Off-Topic: Marc Anthony (1999) by Marc Anthony – Album Review

Towards the end of the 20th century, a multitude of Latin artists crossed over to the American market. Marc Anthony was no exception to the rule. His 1999 eponymous...

Final Cuts (2020) edited by Ellen Datlow – Book Review

Final Cuts—New Tales of Hollywood Horror and Other Spectacles (2020)—is edited by the renowned Ellen Datlow and I bet there was no better connoisseur who could compile 18 high-quality stories into a...

Off-Topic: Locke & Key (Season 1) Review

I first got tempted to watch Netflix's Locke & Key after stumbling upon its mesmerizing trailer. I'm happy to say that you get what was advertized but I'm also sad to say...

Star Wars: Battlefront #1 – Twilight Company (2015) by Alexander Freed – Book Review

I started Twilight Company (2015) without expectations because: 1. I found the similarly themed A New Dawn (the first Disney Star Wars canonical novel) average. But again, that was written by a...

Author of the Month (April 2020) – James Ferace

Q1. James, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author. Many thanks. It's quite an honor. My...

Off-Topic: Game Over (2019) Review

Game Over (2019) follows Swapna (Taapsee Pannu) as she tries to outwit a serial killer who is loose in India. But unlike any other might-be victim she has three chances to escape the fiend's...

Bare-faced Messiah (1987) by Russell Miller – Book Review

I’ve been drawn to works of non-fiction ever since watching the Netflix docu-series Wild Wild Country (2018). You can read my review of it here. Bare-faced Messiah (1987) is the posthumous biography...

Author of the Month (March 2020) – Curtis M. Lawson

Q1. Curtis, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author. Thank you for having me! I started writing comics around...

Something Wicked This Way Comes (1962) by Ray Bradbury – Book Review

This is the second work of Bradbury's that I've read, the first was Fahrenheit 451 (a phenomenal and unique book. It's included in the list of best dystopian novels and rightfully so). Something Wicked This...

Off-Topic: Jojo Rabbit (2019) Review

Jojo Rabbit (2019) isn't one of the best movies of the previous decade, but it's certainly one of the finest 2020 Best Picture nominees that you should be sure to watch this...