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How Marble Hornets Made History (2/2).


Marble Hornets is often viewed as a continuation of the Slender Man mythos, but Slender Man was only ever the starting point for Marble Hornets. 1,489 more words

Reflections Upon Contemporary Events.

TV Review: The Hour 2

I first watched The Hour two years ago. I put off watching the second series this long because the ending was spoiled for me. Finally, however, my love for the show overcame my fear what was to come, and I’m so glad I finished the series. 740 more words

The Cavemen Win

“A Hole in the World” ranks fifth amongst Buffyverse death episodes, but failing to place is no shame when you’re up against “The Gift” “The Body” “Seeing Red” and “Passion” so I admit to being a bit surprised by one of the comments a few weeks ago accusing this episode of melodrama.   820 more words

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RL Stine’s The Haunting Hour Episode Review: Brush With Madness

Like many children of the 90’s, I was…a hardcore Goosebumps kid. I read the Goosebumps books practically religiously, and…I watched the Goosebumps TV show like a fanatic. 630 more words


Game of Thrones: Baelor

Season 1, Episode 9

Some information according to A Wiki of Ice and Fire:

“Baelor I, known as the Beloved and the Blessed, was the ninth Targaryen king to reign on the 

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Game of Thrones: The Pointy End

Season 1, Episode 8

This episode isn’t as filler-y as “Lord Snow,” and we definitely see some development (particularly with Robb Stark deciding to declare war and attack Tywin Lannister’s armies). 669 more words

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