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Voldemort: Origins of the Heir Doesn’t Deliver as Expected

Welcome back to this edition of #HauntLife. Normally, you’ll see me either reviewing a low-grade B film or telling about my adventures in haunting. But this week, I was intrigued by a new fan-made film available for free on YouTube… Continue Reading →

Netflix’s Bright Combines Bad Boys and The Lord of the Rings

Bright is a new cop drama film from Netflix. But unlike any of the other cop dramas that saturate the streaming media service, this one brings in the “what if” mentality. What if the world as we know it was… Continue Reading →

Game On! Thrones is Back and Better Than Ever!

Shall we begin? A Song of Fire and Ice is heating up and winter has definitely come for the House of Frey. Episode 701, the 61st, of HBO’s Game of Thrones debuted Sunday, July 16. Entitled “Dragonstone” the episode is… Continue Reading →

GoT Season 7 Premiere: Revenge, Survival and the Fluctuation of Power

“When people ask you what happened here, tell them the North remembers. Tell them winter came for House Frey.”

Is Winter Here Yet? Game of Thrones Finally Returns for Season 7!

Fans of George R.R. Martin’s novels and the TV show adapted from them, Game of Thrones, have been waiting quite some time for the series’ continuation. It has been six years since the release of A Dance With Dragons, the… Continue Reading →

Who Will Rule at Con of Thrones?

The world of George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones is massive, full of complex mythologies and diverse regions that encompass a huge area. So, what better place to have the very first Con of Thrones convention in Nashville than the… Continue Reading →

Bright Lights and Cenobites: Cosplay at Hypericon 12

The great thing about Hypericon was that, at any given time you could find something for almost every fandom. From the artists and vendors to the panels and game rooms, there was a little bit of everything. My favorite part… Continue Reading →

True Terror Happens When A Monster Calls

True terror doesn’t always come in the form of a big-budget CGI extravaganza. In fact, it feels more authentic when it’s seen through the eyes of a child and it’s directly impacting the character’s entire family. True terror happens when A Monster Calls.

Stephen King’s Fantasy Western Brought to Life

Stephen King is known as the unrivaled master of horror. Of his fifty-six novels, most fall into this category. Within the first decade of his works, King wrote exclusively in the genres of horror, thriller and science fiction, often combining… Continue Reading →

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