*An Indie Movie Review
So here's the blurb:
Central Park is a unique, genre bending thriller/horror film that spans one night in the worlds' most famous park. Six best friends, high school students, prepare for a night of fun. School is boring, family life unbearable, and Harold and his friends have turned Central Park into their 'spot'. Young and invincible; Harold and his crew own this city. Unbeknownst to them, a revenge-seeking executioner prepares to kill them off one by one to pay for the sins of the father.
So was this movie all it's summary claims it to be?
This is one of the good ones!
I was a little concerned when I heard the dot matrix printer running the background. I even ignored the “Who’s Clark Gable” question- who doesn’t know him? I watched with an open mind, but expected a thin storyline for a mild thriller. Was my preconceived notion on the up & up…?
*Children's Book Review
Illustrated by Carolina Storni
I always get excited when I'm sent a children's book. The joy in my reading it, as well as to my children, is something I'll never grow weary of. Here's the book blurb for RJ - Boy Detective #1: The Mysterious Crate by PJ Ryan:
RJ - Boy Detective #1: the Mysterious Crate, by PJ Ryan, is one of those books. According to the blurb:
RJ Spencer is a lucky 12 year old. He lives in the big city and his parents are landlords of the high-rise apartment building that is his home.
The many tenants in the building, along with the endless possibilities of adventures in the city itself, are the perfect setting for the young detective as he sets out to solve every case he can get his hands on.
In this mystery, RJ and his younger pal Joey come upon Mr. Porter, the new tenant in 3B, while he is trying to maneuver a very large and mysterious crate into his apartment. What is inside the mysterious box and will RJ and Joey solve the mystery without blowing their cover?
(Actual book's blurb, Amazon.com)
*A Proper Movie Review
When the movie trailer hit tv for the first Kingsman movie, I was smitten! I knew it was going to be both a movie I'd love and a part of my video collection in iTunes. But my brows did furrow when I'd heard there'd be a part two. Not with negativity, but with concern that it would be even better than the first. Sequels don't always do well.
So did Kingsman, The Golden Circle measure up?
They said this was not a sequel...
I wanted this book because I'd read and reviewed The Girl With All the Gifts (January 12th, 2017) and I saw the movie later. I also read Fellside, making me sort of a fan of M. R. Carey? That being said, he's very gifted. Whether a graphic novel or a novel of the Hungry apocalypse, he tells a mean story, but was I a lover of this major tale...?
*ARC and Official Launch Day Review!
When Michael Reid, Jr. writes a novel, you have to read it. I was lucky enough to grab a copy of his book The Beyond Experience and it was fantastic! So now I'm diving into a series, the Logan Falcone series to be exact, and I'm stoked. This isn't even the sort of novel I normally read, but I now trust Reid to take care of me. I placed all faith in this author. I'm sure you will too, once you hear what I have to share...
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