Today on Spotify we’re discussing Prelude for Lost Souls by Helen Dunbar, an enjoyable read that haunts the reader as much as the music haunts the characters. Continue reading Prelude for Lost Souls Review on Spotify
An enjoyable read that haunts the reader as much as the music haunts the characters. Continue reading Review of ‘Prelude for Lost Souls’ (Prelude for Lost Souls #1)
Having trouble what book to add to your reading list? Well check out what I’m reading here and see if they tickle your fancy. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #239
Having trouble what book to add to your reading list? Well check out what I’m reading here and see if they tickle your fancy. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #238
Author Alexandra Duncan has decided to cancel her upcoming novel, Ember Days. Continue reading Ember Days Cancelled!
Ember Days may not be out until March 9, 2021 but we’ve got a look at the cover here. Take a look! Continue reading Ember Days Cover Reveal
A new month means new selection of books for the book of the month title. Vote here for your favorite July 2020 YA novel. Continue reading Book of the Month Poll – July 2020
An imaginative ghost story that bridges time and warps the mind, catching the reader off guard. Continue reading Unsuspectingly Spooky | Review of ‘The Ghost Notebooks’
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By Cynthia Ayala
“A group of bullied kids band together when a shapeshifting demon, taking the appearance of a clown, begins hunting children.” —IMDB
Before I begin, let me just say this: I was not a fan of the original miniseries, even as a child it bored the crap out of me and I did not find Pennywise frightening. It was unimpressive, the original. Part of the reason was the length. It was too long, making it dull. Yes, I understand the concept of a miniseries, some of my favorite things are miniseries (The 10th Kingdom, Dune, Children of Dune). However, with a story like this, something that is supposed to be a horror, the energy, the tension has to be consistent, it has to be there lurking behind every shadow, every corner, every scene. It needs to keep the audience on edge, and I do not feel like the original does that properly. Especially when it hits the adult part of the story, it becomes repetitive and lackluster. It stopped being scary.
Continue reading “Deliciously Frightening | Review of ‘IT’ (2017 Film)”