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No, YOU'RE too early to pick Halloween reads!

It’s getting close.

Oh so close.

IT’S ALMOST FALL! Which brings lots of stuff around here: MAH BIRTHDAY, Hallowversary (when you get married on Halloween because you’re amazing!), baby birthday, cool weather, beautiful leaves, and a still and quiet darkness. 303 more words

Book Loves

The Echo (2008)

The Echo (2008) is one of those films which sounds good on paper, but unfortunately fails to deliver on its promises. Promoted as a tense and creepy thriller, this mystery / horror by Yam Laranas and starring Jesse Bradford and Amelia Warner, is heavy on pseudo shocks but light on pretty much everything else. 459 more words

Horror

Books I'm Dreading (Part 2)

I had a lot of fun doing the first post of this and am going to keep it as an ongoing thing.

Now as stated in the first edition of this, … 980 more words

NEWS: The Woman in Black returns to Glasgow next year

On Monday 6th June, The Woman in Black celebrated its 27th anniversary in the West End. Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s best-selling novel has terrified more than seven million theatregoers since it first opened marking Robin Herford’s gripping production as a brilliantly successful study in atmosphere, illusion and controlled horror. 406 more words

Glasgow

The Woman in Black

Before classes started this summer, three friends and I went to see The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre in Covent Garden. It’s a West End commercial play that has been continuously running for 27 years, meaning it has not closed since its premiere in 1989. 239 more words

Daniel Radcliffe Goes Skinhead in First Trailer for Imperium

I’ve been really digging on Daniel Radcliffe’s career since he finished his work on the Harry Potter franchise (I was a fan of that series as well, of course).  200 more words

News

Book Review: The Woman In Black by Susan Hill

You probably know this book from being a very popular movie, but it is an adult classic novel, which is definitely not what I normally read. 652 more words