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Off-Topic: Master Z: Ip Man Legacy (2018) Review

Despite not living up to the Ip Man brand name, Master Z (spin-off and direct sequel to Ip Man 3) stands up on...

The Last MAN On Earth (2019) by Brett Wallach – Book Review

I’ve been a fan of Brett Wallach ever since reading the sixth part in his Phil Allman series of P.I. novels titled...

Author of the Month (September 2019) – Brett Wallach

Q1. Brett, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author.

Off-Topic: Bumblebee (2018) Review

Despite being super predictable from start to finish as well as offering nothing new in regards to its genre, Bumblebee (2018), is...

Shadow of your Lust (2016) by Nisar Masoom – Book Review

As a fan of erotic romance (I love the Fifty Shades Trilogy), I was looking for another book to arouse my attention....

Off-Topic: The Night Comes for Us (2018) Review

Not since The Raid series and Headshot has there been another epic entry into martial arts film territory—not until The Night Comes...

The God of Small Things (1997) by Arundhati Roy – Book Review

After I finished reading The God of Small Things (1997), I felt that I've read similar stuff before. Not only did the story seem...

Off-Topic: A Star Is Born (2018) Review

It's challenging for the fourth remake of a legendary musical to hold its own, but A Star Is Born (2018) still manages to hit...

Freedom from the Known (1969) by Jiddu Krishnamurti – Book Review

I’ve been a long-time admirer of two Indian philosophers, Rajneesh Osho and Sadhguru. I regularly follow their lecturers on YouTube. Through both...

Milk-Blood (2014) by Mark Matthews – Book Review

I have written more than a dozen short stories, and have also penned two unpublished novelettes, but I’ve never stopped trying to reach the...