This prequel is the start of Emily's adventure (E-Virus: Emily's Journey) to her Pharmaceutical Scientist of an Uncle for The Diary of the Modern Day Girl series. It's all about a young lady, (she's 25), who looks like a teenager, I guess. She's a marine biologist, who's socially inept, trying her best to survive the virulent effects of what's called the E-Virus outbreak.
On her journey, Emily meets up with an awkward guy, who'd prefer to be a hermit. Together they make their way towards her Uncle's lab that's miles away. There re many dangers, including a new species of humans, but it's the survivors who aren't infected that bring the story.
*Movie Review with subtitles
I have been a fan of anime for years. This is the new style; digital animation where the characters look very real. It all began with Final Fantasy, but Gantz:0 is pretty good and a story all its own.
After being killed, doing a good deed, Kato finds himself resurrected, in a room with three strangers. They tell him he has to suit up and play a game, clearing a board in order to get back home. If you die again, you die for real. Then he's thrown into the city of Osaka (I've been there!), where they fight giant heads that reminded me of Attack On Titan, and other strange creatures. There's even a Zord that fights some thing that climbs up from the depths of the surrounding waters, like Godzilla!
*eBook & Audiobook Review
Transmission is an original tale. of how a good deed can truly go wrong.
Kenji and Dylan are two college students who didn't go home for break, like the rest of the campus. Choosing to stay and just hung out, they played video games and listened to music. Until a pirated album Kenji wanted, is played through headphones. A particular song, Cannibalism seems to have something hidden beneath it's ambient drone- something that resembled a message. Not far away, a man watching a WWII documentary discovered a figure that didn't belong. Not part of the film crew, the figure shared a message, barely audible- but definitely there!. The three men don't know one another, but together, they embarked on an endeavor with supernatural ramifications. And they couldn't stop because the message claimed: they needed help...
When I win books- I win books! These two are geared specifically to my location too, making it personal for my son and I. Granted, if you follow any of my personal media, you know my Ewoks have moved 650 miles away from me, to Alabama, so I can't share with them for younger opinions anymore. I still love the kiddie books, regardless. So Let me share these two amazing book.
I've seen many foreign films and this one was one of the strangest - but it was good. Today's review: The Wailing.
It all begins with an illness. Similar to a plague, the sickness spreads, ending in multiple, violent deaths. Jong-goo, the investigating officer is set onto the case, expected to wrap things up straight away. Sadly he can't. Strange incidents, one after another, are happening and the link ties to, of all things, a demon!
No one believes Jong-goo and it's not until his own daughter is affected that he acts on his own accord. He has to do battle with the demon, practically alone, in order to save his daughter and family. If there's still time...
Though there's a great ending, this is one of the craziest movies I've seen in a long time. You have to see it all to believe it. There's a bit of comedic relief, which really wasn't necessary, but this is a serious movie. It's also very dramatic, as with most Asian pictures. There's a scene when Jong-goo, responding to a a tip on the case, where he
TV/Online Streaming Series Review
I spoke with Rick Jennings, the Exec. Producer of ScreenMagic Films, and he cleared a few things up for me. First off, it is so cool that they've received enough feedback to possibly receive a deal for full-length episodes. Until then, if you have an Amazon Prime account, Vimeo On Demand, ScreenMagic Roku channel and/or ScreenMagicTV.com, you can watch all episodes. AND this not fanfiction; don't get it twisted. With that said, the world as we know it, is no more. Something’s happened and there be zombies!
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