A tag to determine who will be your fellow survivors in a zombie apocalypse.
It's always difficult to review installments in a series or trilogy, so I figured, hey why not review the Parisitology Trilogy as a whole?
Creepy, suspenseful, and perfect for this time of year!
Wickedly talented baker and artist Christine McConnell fills her home with haunting confections, creepy crafts -- and wildly inappropriate creatures.
Please welcome our our guest, Moody Moppet! She's got a wonderful book to share with us today! If you're a lover of gothic literature, you'll love this!
OMG you guys! Are you watching this? This has to be the best adaptation so far! The Haunting of Hill House dropped its first season yesterday, and though I'm only on episode 4, I am obsessed!
I haven't done one of these for a long time but this movie is perfect for this time of year, and I never tire of it!
Good morning my book loving friends! Time for a book tag!
Today's post is part review, part discussion. I'm going to talk about Guillermo del Toro's Gothic Horror, Crimson Peak.
Hey guys! I have the coolest post for you! Today I have a guest post featured on a super cool blog called Just Dread-Full. It's a feature Kalie does that shares contributers' earliest scares or frightening experiences. Perfect for this time of year!
And next on the docket, we have this super intense, insanely brilliant novel by S.E. Lynes! This is book #4 on my Fall TBR, but make no mistake, I've been cheating on my Fall reading list with my regular TBR list, because let's be honest here, how else would I get through them all lol!
While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan. (Movie Review)
Another day, another post... Yes it's Blogtober! Here's a review from Theresa, and I have to say, this collection looks perfect for Halloween!
Another book from my Fall TBR list, this time a trippy novella called "The Moonlit Mind" by Dean Koonz.
I can't remember reading something so compelling and yet, so enraging at the same time. Perhaps, the first time I read Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, I was equally inspired. VOX was different though. It felt more personal, more visceral...
First book on my Fall TBR and it's a brilliant start! Here's my review of "Stalking Jack the Ripper".
Super late to this party! Better late than never right? (Book Review)
Well, Fall doesn't start officially for a few more days, but that doesn't mean I'm not thinking about it...
My TBR tackle and lots of mini book reviews! (Part 1)
Recently there was a general uproar on SM after a publisher (I’m not naming them but most of you will know who it was) bad-mouthed book bloggers and questioned the point of them unless they have influence and reach.
Silly and wrong! We have arms and legs so obviously, we have reach! Granted, not the same reach as Hulk Hogan and his 24-inch pythons brother (every post needs a WWE reference well, it was WWF when Hulkamania was running wild). But reach nonetheless and technically, even if only one person reads a blog post it has reached someone.
For influence. Well, we aren’t cult leaders (I doubt that The Cult of Drew would get many followers) so we don’t need to influence people! But again, even if only one person reads a review on a book blog and decides that they want to read…
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Have I ever mentioned that Alice is my hero? Or that I am a HUGE fan of anything Resident Evil?
It’s no secret that I love zombies, so this franchise holds a very special place in my heart and I am fiercely protective of it. I also love the games or at least the first six games ( I have reservations about Resident Evil 7 because of the first-person shooter POV). As you can imagine I was beyond excited to see “The Final Chapter” last night, and also a little sad.
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