Review: Always and Forever, Lara Jean

  Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han My rating: 5 of 5 stars Cards on the table: I am an action over romance girl any and every day of the week. Give me blood and battles and armies. Give me fighting and intrigue. Tales of deception and danger. Of people kicking ass and […]


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The Black Tapes: Less is More

I’m not one for horror. Correction: I’m not one for modern-horror. I’ve found that most modern horror, especially in film, ends up being nothing more than an onslaught of gratuitous slaughter and gore, followed by a few jump-scares. That’s not scary, just startling and gross. No, if I want horror, I want my heart to build to […]

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The Film Was Wide Enough

“Come on, Tom. Let’s finish this the way we started: together.” (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2) I want to start with this blanket statement: adaptation is not easy, and I know from practical experience as a member of the media industry. Having majored in Digital Video & Cinema at university, I had more […]

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