2013 might be the best year at the theater since I started getting serious about film, how many of my favorites did you see?
Let’s face it: The Fog and The Mist weren’t the best movies (I still need to read Stephen King’s original novel of the latter before writing it off completely), but that’s not to say the premises didn’t have potential. Go play Alan Wake and you’ll understand. I was hoping Snowblind would create an experience more […]Read more "Book Review: Snowblind by Christopher Golden"
Looking has its best episode yet as the entire cast of characters come together to show insecurities of the group we haven’t seen yet.Read more "TV Review: Looking 106 – Looking in the Mirror"
Girls turns up the happy, well, sort of, in probably its best episode of the third season.Read more "TV Review: Girls 308 – Incidentals"
True Detective catches up to the 2012 timeline by showing us the final pieces of what drove Rust and Marty apart; it’s not pretty.Read more "TV Review: True Detective 106 – Haunted Houses"
The 2014 good book streak continues with Following Atticus, a story combining winter survival skills with an adorable dog that seems like he can handle just about anything life throws at him.Read more "Book Review: Following Atticus- Forty-eight High Peaks, One Little Dog, and an Extraordinary Friendship by Tom Ryan"
Reading-wise, 2014 has started off on a strong note. I began my year by reading 2013’s best seller, The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt.Read more "Book Review: The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt"