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The Girl On The Train a Novel by Paula Hawkins a Review

By Darius Dunn

Paula Hawkins’s melancholy tell of what happens to the survivor’s of murder victims as they go on living in the aftermath of loss, with their own pathologies and pathos, shines as a hypnotic and nimble new comer in a genre burdened down with rigid rehashing of the procedural tropes in many mystery thrillers. 1,004 more words


Film Review: Woman in Gold (2015)

Filmmakers will never stop making films about World War II and this is a good thing.  Firstly, lest we forget, and secondly, that dark hour of human history has a near-endless number of surprising and fascinating stories that should be told.  452 more words


Steven Bomb Blog: "Keeping it Together"

For all its bright colors, lightheartedness, and catchy musical numbers, the show definitely can get disturbing when it needs to be. 770 more words


Steven Bomb Blog: "Sworn to the Sword" & "Rising Tides/Crashing Skies"

These reaction posts are long overdue. Sorry for the delay, vacation kept me away for longer than I predicted. However, I’m excited to get started; Steven Universe is one of those few shows that can get me smiling all the way through. 1,191 more words


Schedule Update (6/12/15)

Hello everyone.

My apologies about the lack of a post–I was planning on releasing one today, but I’m currently in Seattle for a week-long vacation, and so I’ve been pretty preoccupied. 89 more words


Social Media Rant via Social Media

In the day and age, social media is a scope to peek into one’s individual lives. It somewhat takes out the mystery of getting to know someone from scratch. 275 more words


think panel: An Introduction

It started with a Tumblr post.

This can mean a lot of things, but I can assure you it’s nowhere near as strange or rage worthy as you might be expecting. 414 more words