“Skitter” by Ezekiel Boone: Book Review

The Story Skitter, the highly-anticipated sequel in Ezekiel Boone’s The Hatching series, quickly picks up after the terrifying breed of flesh-eating spiders have taken over the major cities of the world. Tens of millions of people are left dead. But, the spiders have expired almost as quickly as they came. Dr. Melanie Guyer cautiously hopes […]

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It Comes At Night: Film Review

Synopsis: A plague has ripped through the outside world, leaving few survivors in its apocalyptic wake. Paul, his wife, and their son live in seclusion, trying to stave off the devastation and survive. But, when they discover an intruder breaking into their home, their illusion of security is shattered. Paul interrogates the intruder to find […]

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“The White Road” by Sarah Lotz: Book Review

The Story The White Road begins when Simon Newman, an ex-adrenaline junkie, realizes his desperation to drive traffic to his struggling website. He hires a guide to take him through the dangerous Cwm Pot caves, in the hope of gathering footage of those who have perished in the caves years before. Simon barely escapes the ordeal, and the […]

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The Second ‘IT’ Trailer is Here!

IT is here, IT is finally here! The internet is frenzied with the drop of the second trailer to the much-anticipated IT remake. Instead of scaring up some creepy footage of Pennywise the Clown, the focus is instead on the Loser Club, the group of kids who try to defeat the evil clown. It is […]

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The Belko Experiment: Trailer

Directed by Greg McLean (Wolf Creek) and written by James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy and Slither), The Belko Experiment seems that it will provide its audience with an interesting study in group psychology and self-preservation. 80 Americans are trapped in their office building in Bogotá, Colombia, and are told by a voice over the […]

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Get Out: Trailer

We all know that the first time meeting a significant other’s parents can be torture. In Get Out, it seems that it will be actual torture for Chris (played by Daniel Kaluuya). The weekend trip to meet his girlfriend’s (portrayed by Allison Williams) parents seems to go well at first, but we quickly see that the town is […]

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