Ah, you’ve returned. I see you’re a person of a refined palette—a spooky connoisseur.
The Tomorrow War has a fantastic premise, talented actors, and stellar effects, yet it never comes together properly. The enthusiasm for its own appeal wanes, and it becomes a shell of a movie, running on formula and tropes.
If you read many of my reviews, you might’ve noticed I have a bias. I’ve spoken about it before: I like unique, wild, and weird. Stories going out of their way to be meta, mind-bending, or commentate on current events or societal ills have often gotten positive reviews from me.
Today, we serve a slower horror—a two-part course about normal flaking away. It’s as delicious as it is dangerous. As uncanny as it is well-plated.
Trailers are their own unique pieces of art. Sometimes better than the movies/shows they go with. The time restraint forces creativity and efficiency. These five are some of the best I’ve seen lately.
What We Harvest wasn’t what I thought it would be. I don’t mean that in a bad way. I just hadn’t expected a zombie story. The synopsis suggested creeping slime.
Today, dear readers, we’ll be looking at some heady concepts. Some brain-breaking curiosities. We’ll be looking at a fresh approach to time travel.
The Matrix Resurrections is disappointing. This one sentence sums up the bulk of my opinions. I had such high hopes, especially with how good the first movie was, but I wasn’t feeling it by the end.
The Nothing That Is sits on the list of books I’ve reviewed that scared me. Only certain scenes in The Twisted Ones, The Night Will Find Us, and some Fazbear Frights moments caused similar reactions in recent memory. Since I finished listening to The Magnus Archives, it takes a lot.
An open window uncovered by blinds can be a dangerous thing. For creatures that stalk the night, it’s a siren song—a portal to someone’s life.
If you’ve read a lot of my Magic content, you’ll notice I’ve made Mythic a few times. I did it again this May. And, considering I would’ve wanted a guide on how to do it when I first started playing MTGA, I figured I’d make one.
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