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Curse Of The Witch's Doll: Movie preview, review, and trailer.


Lawrence Fowler


Helen Crevel: as Adeline Grey

Michelle Archer: as Doris

Claire Carren: as The Witch


Adeline Gray’s attempt to escape bombing in her home town leads her to a derelict, creepy manor in the woods. 202 more words


Avery El Gose

Avery was one of the breweries that we visited while we were in Colorado. The tap-room was really nice and each bar in the brewery had different selections, which was very cool. 237 more words


Albert and Otto

Albert & Otto is a puzzle-platformer that puts in the shoes of Albert, a young boy whose sister has been abducted.  Along with Otto, a seemingly-magical stuffed bunny, you must traverse the world while you solve puzzles and battle some somewhat creepy beasts.  415 more words


Book Review - Far Far Away

In the spirit of complete honesty, I’ve been down with the flu for ten days. I got painfully bored of sleeping but I still couldn’t sit up with out spinning. 298 more words



Viewed – 20 January 2018 DVD

It seems there’s so many animated movies these days, its hard to keep up and I’ll admit I’ve missed out on a few big titles. 268 more words


The Farmhouse Kitchen

Let me paint a picture for you: there’s a newer restaurant nearby. Lots of people in your network have checked in there and posted photos of their meals. 860 more words


The Shape of Water (2017)

Auteurism is a key part of filmmaking mythology that leads us to view a film more favourably because of its director, actors, or cinematographer. Sight unseen, any film directed by Guillermo del Toro will attract superlatives like ‘masterpiece’, and such labels are now all over the sci-fi fantasy… 468 more words