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'The Bye Bye Man' Review

The Bye Bye Man opens intriguingly enough. In a flashback to 1968, an as-yet-unidentified man (Leigh Whannell) kills a number of people in their homes in what appears to be a psychotic episode. 606 more words

Reviews

Cotton mouth

Today I did a brief presentation to a small group of people. I knew most of them and was talking about a subject I was very familiar with. 163 more words

Cartoon

Jan 15th

​It never goes away…

I thought after the multiple occurrences

Somehow I would be used to it

BUT I won’t call it fear

Because I enjoy what happens in the moment… 41 more words

POETRY

Nerds of Oz: Week Ending 13th January 2017

Week Ending 13th January 2017
Let the spendings diminish! I might finally get some coming back in the bank!

Comics


Only a small haul this week and I managed to read them all, I love catching up on my To Read Pile! 586 more words

Marvel

A matter of perspective.

It’s more than stage fright
baby girl ain’t get life life right

She holds back, sits tight,
searching for confidence with
a weak excuse for a flash light, 124 more words

Poetry

from panic into possibility

The film “Silence” opens soon in cinemas in the UK – Andrew Garfield has a great personal story to share about being scared at messing up and getting through that: it’s before his first public performance after drama school – and it’s in the Globe Theatre. 370 more words

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