Review : The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake

Six magicians were presented with the opportunity of a lifetime. Five are now members of the Society.Two paths lie before them. All must pick a side. Alliances will be tested, hearts will be broken, and The Society of Alexandrians will be revealed for what it is: a secret society with raw, world-changing power, headed by... Continue Reading →

Review : Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney

Things have been wrong with Mr and Mrs Wright for a long time. When Adam and Amelia win a weekend away to Scotland, it might be just what their marriage needs. Self-confessed workaholic and screenwriter Adam Wright has lived with face blindness his whole life. He can’t recognize friends or family, or even his own... Continue Reading →

Review : Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

Yadriel has summoned a ghost, and now he can't get rid of him.Bestowed by the ancient goddess of death, Yadriel and the gifted members of his Latinx community can see spirits: women have the power to heal bodies and souls, while men can release lost spirits to the afterlife. But Yadriel, a trans boy, has... Continue Reading →

Review : The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

The Alexandrian Society, caretakers of lost knowledge from the greatest civilizations of antiquity, are the foremost secret society of magical academicians in the world. Those who earn a place among the Alexandrians will secure a life of wealth, power, and prestige beyond their wildest dreams, and each decade, only the six most uniquely talented magicians... Continue Reading →

Review : Venus in the Blind Spot by Junji Ito

This striking collection presents the most remarkable short works of Junji Ito’s career, featuring an adaptation of Rampo Edogawa’s classic horror story “Human Chair” and fan favorite “The Enigma of Amigara Fault.” With a deluxe presentation—including special color pages, and showcasing illustrations from his acclaimed long-form manga No Longer Human—each chilling tale invites readers to... Continue Reading →

Review : Missing Dead Girls by Sara Walters

What is friendship without a few secrets? It wasn't Tillie's choice to leave Philadelphia. But after everything that happened junior year, her mom insisted the quiet suburb of Willow Creek was the perfect place to get a fresh start, to put the trauma and rumors behind them. Madison Frank is the perfect distraction. Beautiful, fun,... Continue Reading →

Review : Rule of Wolves by Leigh bardugo

he Demon King. As Fjerda's massive army prepares to invade, Nikolai Lantsov will summon every bit of his ingenuity and charm—and even the monster within—to win this fight. But a dark threat looms that cannot be defeated by a young king's gift for the impossible. The Stormwitch. Zoya Nazyalensky has lost too much to war. She saw... Continue Reading →

The One with the Headache.

Dear Monday, Yesterday was one of the most annoying, painful day i had in a while. It was my last day of vacation and i was hit by the harshest headache of all time. The kind that makes you want to curled in a ball and cry. I couldn’t read, couldn’t watch anything, couldn’t play... Continue Reading →

Horror : Wednesday (2022) – S1

After being expelled from high school for trying to kill her brother Pugsley's bullies, Wednesday Addams starts attending Nevermore Academy, a school for monstrous misfits once attended by her parents, Gomez and Morticia. To say i was excited for this show is seriously the biggest understatement ever said. The Addams Family is such a special... Continue Reading →

Review : The Stranded by Sarah Daniels

Welcome to the Arcadia. Once a luxurious cruise ship, it became a refugee camp after being driven from Europe by an apocalyptic war. Now it floats near the coastline of the Federated States - a leftover piece of a fractured USA. For forty years, residents of the Arcadia have been prohibited from making landfall. It... Continue Reading →

Review : Burning Down The House by Zoe J. Stark

In the picture-perfect Cotswolds, the not-so-perfect Saint family all have enemies, but which one of them burned down their house? Scarlett’s Dad abandoned her Mum, and they went through a long custody battle. His girlfriend, Kirsten, accused a local politician of sexual harassment. Her granny had a lifelong feud with the neighbour from hell. And... Continue Reading →

The One With Very Little Sleep

Dear Monday, I'm meeting you today with very little sleep. I have barely slept all weekend and I'm struggling this morning. I get my worst anxiety attack at night, when I'm alone in the dark with no distraction. Insomnia is really an old friend of mine, he's been haunting my nights since my early years... Continue Reading →

Anime Talk!

My last Anime Talk! post was in 2019... so it's time for a new one. Obviously, i can't go back and review everything i have watched since that last post, maybe i'll do a post where i talk about my favorite, but for now, here are some of the animes i have watched lately :... Continue Reading →

The One When it’s Been Years

Dear Monday, It's been years since I last wrote to you. Years since I've been fully invested in this blog. Years since i felt like I had something to say. Alot has happened since my last letter, between 2019 and 2022. I live by myself now. I work in an office. I have a horror... Continue Reading →

Review : The Simon Snow Trilogy

From the New York Times bestselling author Rainbow Rowell comes an epic young adult fantasy series, Simon Snow. Set in the same world described in Fangirl, the series mixes a complex blend of paranormal romance with action and adventure. By senior year at Watford School of Magicks, it's pretty clear that Simon Snow is the worst Chosen One... Continue Reading →

The Island of Dolls

There's an island, just south of Mexico City, that is filled with dolls. Named the Island of Dolls, it is believe that this place is highly haunted. Story goes that back in 1950 a men name Don Julian Santana Barrera left his family to go and live on this island. That was before it became... Continue Reading →

The Sabattus Well

let me tell you the strange story of the Sabattus Well. The town of Sabattus in Maine has a population of about 5, 034 people. It is also home of about 10 cemeteries. And this urban legend is set in one of them, which one? no one knows, but apparently, there's a hidden well in... Continue Reading →

Loveland Castle

There's an interesting structure in Loveland, Ohio, known as the Loveland Castle or Chateau Laroche. The history behind this castle is fascinating and it starts with a men called Harry Andrews. Born in 1890, the men was known to be a bit eccentric by everyone who meet him. He had this intense obsession's with Knights... Continue Reading →

Horror : Candyman (2021)

Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman. Say his name 5 times in the mirror and he will appear. Nia DaCosta teams up with Jordan Peele to give us this brand-new sequel to the 1992 original. It acts as a direct sequel, ignoring part 2 and 3 of the series. Which, in my opinion, is a good... Continue Reading →

The Dyatlov Pass Incident

In January of 1959, a group of ten friends in Russia left for their most demanding hikes to date to obtain their Grade 3 hiker certificate. Grade 3 is one of the highest certificates to get, meaning that the whole group was made of very skilled and well-trained people. They were led by Igor Dyatlov,... Continue Reading →

Traci Rhode

On October 15 2003, Scott Rhode was found in his bed, with a gunshot wound to the head, by his wife, Traci : "I moved the pillow back and I saw all the blood and his eye was all swollen and I touched his face and said 'Scott, can you hear me,'". Police were called... Continue Reading →

Horror – Better Watch Out

Better Watch OutCame out in 2016Directed by  Chris Peckover SPOILER ALERT. hi, i'm Sarah and i love horror movie and i have a horror podcast. This week we watched BETTER WATCH OUT and i wanted to share the notes i took while watching the film. The movie follows a kid who has a crush on... Continue Reading →

31 days of summer horror – Day 27

31 Days of Summer Horror - Day 27 : The Burning Group of kids pull a stupid prank on the caretaker at their summer camp, leaving him completely burned. Years later, at an other camp, the summer fun gets brutally stop when a killer comes out to play nothing beats a good old slasher and... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – day 26

31 days of summer horror - Day 26 : Await Further Instructions It’s christmas time, and the member of a dysfunctional family are reunited to celebrate. But when they wake up the next morning, a strange black substance is blocking each exit of the house, locking every one in. The TV showing one message :... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – Day 25

31 Days of Summer horror - Day 25 : PATCHWORK Patchwork follows tree women who, after a night out, wake up all stitched together... The movie surprised the hell out of me. I definitely was not expecting this Frankenstein like comedy. This movie was so fun! I loved the relation between the 3 womens. Their... Continue Reading →

31 Dys of Summer Horror – Day 24

31 Days of Summer Horror - Day 24 : The Remains this one follows a family who have recently lost their mom. The dad decideds that a new start in abrand new house is the way to go and when he finds this hude, victorian house for cheap, he takes it without hesitation. Things get... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – Day 21

31 DAYS OF SUMMER HORROR - DAY 21 : UNSANE This movie follows Sawyer, a women accidently signs a consent form for voluntary 24-hour admission to a locked psychiatric hospital. Things are already pretty bad for her, but it gets even worst when her Stalker shows up... The movie follows a very simple, is she,... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – Day 18

31 DAYS OF SUMMER HORROR - DAY 18 : THERAPY Therapy follows two young police officers who have to investigate some strange videos found in an abandoned building. This movie bored the living hell out of me. It's half an okay found footage, half a bad crime drama. Let's start with the found footage part.... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – Day 16

31 Days of Summer Horror - Day 16 : Frazier Park Recut This movie follows two friends trying to make a movie. Yes, the premise is that simple! This movie is a low budgets one and it knows it. Instead of pretending it wasn't, it stripped all the unnecessary elements, keeping a simple. With a... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – Day 14

31 Days of Summer Horror - Day 14 : Little Evil Little Evil tells the stoy of Gary who just got married to the women of his dream. She's perfect. But there's something about his boy that doesn't sit right with him...and soon he started wondering if maybe, his step-son, was the antichrist. This is... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – Day 13

31 Days of Summer Horror - Day 13 : 0.0MHZ 0.0MHZ follows a paranormal club who decides to go to this abandoned house lost in a woods hoping to test out this frequency on which spirits can apparently communicate. The premise of this one is pretty simple, one that we have seen a million times... Continue Reading →

31 Days of Summer Horror – Day 12

31 Days of Summer Horror - Day 12 : Black Mountain Side Black Mountain Side follows a group of archaeologists who finds a strange and old structure buried in the snow. Things starts getting weird and isolation begins to get a hold on the archaeologists... This is an other slow burn, and to be honest,... Continue Reading →

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