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X-Men: Mutant Empire Trilogy (1997) Review

I didn't fancy Christopher Golden's X-Men: Codename Wolverine (1998) that much (which actually takes place after this trilogy) but his X-Men: Mutant Empire Trilogy (1997) was simply awesome! You'll like it if...

Nicolas Cage Palm Reading

Nicolas Cage (born January 7, 1964) is an American actor whose current net worth (as of February 2020) is $25 million. At one point in his career he was earning $20 million...

Off-Topic: History of Swear Words (2021) Review

Nicolas Cage finally makes his debut on a Netflix series after 6 years of B-movie work with History of Swear Words (2021). He is excellent as a host but is surprisingly not...

YouTuber of the Month (February 2021) – Sarah of Horror

Q1. Sarah, it’s wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as a visual storyteller. Thank you for having me. I...

A Time for Mercy (2020) by John Grisham – Book Review

Firstly, I'd like to thank my friend Chad A. Clark, an excellent author in his own right, for recommending John Grisham's earlier novels. I loved reading The Firm (1991). Next on the...

Author of the Month (January 2021) – Gemma Files

Q1. Gemma, it’s wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author. I was born in 1968, in England,...

Off-Topic: Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020) Review

Train to Busan (2016) can be easily considered as a master class on how to direct a zombie film. But its sequel Peninsula (2020) can be stated as the opposite. This sophomore...

Off-Topic: Freaky (2020) Review

What got me excited for Freaky (2020) was filmmaker Christopher Landon (Happy Death Day and its sequel) helming it and although it features his trademark direction, the script by him and Michael...

The Firm (Novel/Film) Comparison

This is probably John Grisham's most well-known novel but it is also surprisingly not my first reading of his work. I loved reading his other novels namely The Brethren and The Whistler...

Off-Topic: Greyhound (2020) Review

Most recently I have watched 4 war films including this one and the rest were Midway, Indianapolis: Men of Courage and 1912. Midway is extremely bad, one of the worst movies of...