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Amazon and Hachette Finally Reach Agreement

By Will Ashton

After months of bickering and arguing back and forth, publishing houses Amazon and Hachette have finally found an agreement over their dispute of book pricing. 326 more words


Bayonetta 2 [Wii U] - Review

Bayonetta 2 was released for the Wii U a few weeks ago and it follows up 2010’s Bayonetta in spectacular fashion. Platinum Games refined the formula of the original and managed to top it in every way imaginable. 1,088 more words

Video Games

Lessons Learned: Romance Never Sells

I love when I hear men, even a woman, say that romance never sells. Usually it’s in conversation of movies. When I tell them that I write romance and my novel “Gitana – Life Plan” would make a great movie, they usually wave their hand and say, “Romance doesn’t sell.” I’ve heard that three/four times now. 220 more words

Beth M James

Does Andy Serkis Deserve More Recognition?

“As long as you have the acting chops and the desire to get inside the character, you can play anything.” 580 more words

Gavin Logan

King Kong (1933) - My Childhood Impressions and Adult Reactions

I saw King Kong first when I was a child and through the years I always retained a foggy, general idea of how the story went, but there were four things that I always remembered distinctly: the moment when Fay Wray, tied between two pillars, first sees Kong and screams her head off, Kong stepping on a man and squishing him into the ground, Fay Wray being filmed while on the boat and being told to look into the sky and scream for her life, and Fay Wray screaming through the entire film. 1,455 more words