Originally posted 2015-10-20 17:00:47. Today, Jurassic World is released on DVD and I’d be really excited about this…except I already bought the digital download a week ago and watched it half a dozen times.  I know that most of my friends thought the movie was on the bad end of the spectrum (whether it was…

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Originally posted 2015-10-20 12:00:10. Oh man.  This way WAY better than I was anticipating when I downloaded it for my kids the other day!  My 7 yr old picked the boy Jessie for her first play through all the way. We made a Zombie in a building competition, battled a giant Wither boss that is…

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Originally posted 2015-10-17 17:00:54. WHAT. HOLY CRAP. YESSSS.  Ok..ok…ok……..OKAY. Now that my initial excitement has calmed down and I’ve had 2 watches of the first episode; I’m beyond hooked. Within the first 15 minutes of this series it had it all: action, humour, suspense and intrigue. Some unnecessary fan service for the guys, but hey,…

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Originally posted 2015-10-15 17:26:52. There have been a lot of Frankenstein adaptations made over the years, and every single one of them, with the exception of Young Frankenstein, is terrible. These films tend to have little in common with Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel asides from a re-animated creature and an overzealous creator. Pop culture has…

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Originally posted 2015-10-12 17:00:01. I’ve always said McDonald’s is the devil, now he works at one, or well… a “MgRonald’s”. Intrigued yet? You should be; The possibilities in that sentence alone have hilarious implications and it doesn’t disappoint. It is one of the most genuinely funny anime I’ve seen, it does seem a little out…

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Originally posted 2015-10-07 02:02:33. What. A. Rollercoaster.  That’s really the only thing to say after it’s first season came guns-a-blazing out of the gate. “Rokka” rarely takes its foot off the gas pedal, its superb sense of mystery and suspense will keep you glued to the screen and frothing at the mouth to see what’s…

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Originally posted 2015-10-06 16:32:49. Greetings! Let’s start with me coming out and saying how honoured I am to be a part of this website; somebody out there is brave enough to let me rabble about things for them. Moving on, My name is Josh and I will be reviewing Anime/Manga on a pretty regular basis….

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Originally posted 2015-05-27 12:12:42. Title: Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West  Author: Gregory Maguire Published: 1995 Pages: 406 Genre: Fantasy Series: The Wicked Years

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Show: GLOW – Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling Where to find it: Netflix My Rating: Solid 7.5/10 Genre: Historical Comedy Drama Action Reality I’m not even sure if it’d be classed as PG-13? R? I’ll rate it HBO, how’s that? If you let your kids watch Game of Thrones, this shit will be tame in comparison….

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The Last Guardian is one of the most bittersweet games I’ve ever played in terms of an overall experience. Team Ico’s latest adventure had me clutching in frustration, and gasping in awe all at the same time. The game has some fantastic moments, and pulls on all the right strings. That being said It also has some…

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Title: The Other Life Author: Ellen Meister Published: February 17th, 2011 By Putnam Adult Pages: 320 Genre: Fiction, Women’s Fiction/Chick Lit, Contemporary, Magical Realism, Adult Series: None Kid Friendly Rating: 13+ Synopsis: Happily married and pregnant, Quinn Braverman has an ominous secret. Every time she makes a major life decision, she knows an alternate reality exists…

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Series: The Underland Chronicles Titles: Gregor the Overlander; Gregor and the Prophesy of Bane; Gregor and the Curse of the Warmbloods; Gregor and the Marks of Secret; Gregor and the Code of Claw Author: Suzanne Collins Published: 2003 – 2007 Pages: 336; 320; 304; 352; 416 (from Amazon data, but I think these are based on small pages with a…

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3 percent

A chilling 1st-time partnership between Netflix and Brazil. 3% is a show shrouded in mystery and intrigue from the very second Process Leader Ezequiel (João Miguel) walks onto the screen. It is guaranteed to keep you guessing until the final second of the last episode and then continuing questioning everything you just watched. The first…

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  Title: Nevernight Author: Jay Kristoff Published: August 9th 2016 by Thomas Dunne Books Pages: 429 Genre:Fantasy/ Young Adult / High Fantasy/ Adult/ Fiction/ Romance Series: Nevernight Chronicle #1 Kid Friendly Rating: 18+ Not for children Synopsis: In a land where three suns almost never set, a fledgling killer joins a school of assassins, seeking…

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