The Sequel We Always Wanted | Review of ‘Halloween’ (2018 Film)

A return to the horror genre that gives fans of Halloween the sequel the have always wanted with a true understanding of who Michael Meyers is. Continue reading The Sequel We Always Wanted | Review of ‘Halloween’ (2018 Film)

A Tale Perfect for a Spooky Night | Review of ‘The Fifth Petal’ (The Lace Reader #2)

By Cynthia Ayala

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The Fifth Petal by Brunonia Barry
Crown
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Salem’s chief of police, John Rafferty, has been dragged into a 25-year-old triple homicide dubbed the “The Goddess Murders.” After another incident occurs that once again points to Rose Whelan, a once respected local historian, niece Callie Cahill, daughter of one of the victims comes back to exonerate her. Together John and Callie look back on the past and delve into Salem’s darker side.

Published January 24, 2017 by Crown, The Fifth Petal by Brunonia Barry is the second in her contemporary/mystery Lace Reader series.
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Weekly Reading List #73

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers I hope that everyone is having a wonderful weekend. For me it has been a calmer week, I’ve had some time to edit my novel and catch up on some of my reading. I injured my hand though. I either have a pinched nerve in my center of both my palms or I have tendonitis. Plus, my anemia isn’t doing too great. Oh well, such is life. At least I have my books so check out what’s on the table this week.
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Weekly Reading List #72

By Cynthia Ayala

Hello there avid readers! So I finally got my Christmas present from my fiancé. What is it? I’m typing on it. It’s a new LAPTOP! And let me just say it works like a charm, I’m not yelling at my laptop to open up my files anymore. It’s a beauty. And I was able to visit my family in Illinois. My god it was cold there. But it was bunches of fun and I love my family. And we had tons of Mexican food. It was a lot of fun being with my family. And I was able to get a lot of reading done.

Which brings me to this! Check out my latest weekly reading list and see what’s up for me.
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EA closing BattleForge

By: Eddie Makuch Sony: Elder Scrolls Online not originally planned for consoles Free-to-play real-time strategy game BattleForge will be shut down on October 31, Electronic Arts has announced. “Today we bring sad news to the world of Nyn as the rift between our worlds is coming to a close, and with this we come to the unfortunate retirement of BattleForge,” the company said in a … Continue reading EA closing BattleForge

Paranormal Activity 5 Gets A Release Date

By: Eric Eisenberg Despite the fact that the fourth installment earned by far the worst reviews of any movie in the franchise and had the weakest opening box office since the first, the Paranormal Activity series is still alive. Shortly after the last one’s release Paramount Pictures announced that not only would we be getting a fifth film, but also that they would be making … Continue reading Paranormal Activity 5 Gets A Release Date

Guild Wars 2 Halloween-themed update arrives today

By: Eddie Makuch The first major content update for Guild Wars 2 is rolling out today, publisher NCSoft has announced. The free Shadow of the Mad King adds a new four-act story, Halloween-themed activities, and nearly 80 new pieces of content in total. The four-chapter story begins today and runs through October 31. It details the legend of the Mad King, with players able to … Continue reading Guild Wars 2 Halloween-themed update arrives today

Pixar Sets Title For Dinosaur Film, And Director For Dia De Los Muertos Movie

By: Kelly West While we countdown to June for the release of Pixar’s exciting-looking new animated film Brave (check out the latest trailer here!), Pixar is looking ahead at future projects, which include a film based on the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos, the “Untitled Pixar Movie that Takes You Inside the Mind” and a dinosaur film that now has a title. We got a … Continue reading Pixar Sets Title For Dinosaur Film, And Director For Dia De Los Muertos Movie

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D Gets A Release Date

When Silent Hill first came out in 2006, it didn’t exactly change the world. In addition to being largely dismissed by critics, the videogame adaptation made double its budget at the international box office, but here in the US it only managed to make $46 million (it was made for $50 million). In spite of this, a direct sequel was put into production last year … Continue reading Silent Hill: Revelation 3D Gets A Release Date