#Film, books

A Little Princess and Pan’s Labyrinth

I have a fascination with the imagination and magic of all kinds. Doesn’t everyone? I believe in a lot of things: Fate, a myriad of angels and demons, the devil, intuition, dreams, hope, re-configuring your brain to train it not to fuck with you AKA the power of thinking. This is all evident in how… Continue reading A Little Princess and Pan’s Labyrinth

#Horror, #podcasts, books, Uncategorized

Double Trouble: The Wife Between Us

Happy 2018, y’all. We are five days in to the new year and I’ve already had a snow day. Boston looks like “The Day After Tomorrow” SO you can probably guess I’ve done my fair share of reading and watching movies. Books I’ve finished:Killman Creek, Rachel Caine and The Wife Between Us, Greer Hendricks and… Continue reading Double Trouble: The Wife Between Us

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Favorites of 2017: Books/Films/Podcasts

Books saved my life. Movies saved my life. Podcasts saved my life. I’ve always struggled with something. I can’t quite pinpoint what that something is, but I know it’s there and I know that the things I’m going to describe below now ease the something and ultimately relax me in ways I didn’t think were… Continue reading Favorites of 2017: Books/Films/Podcasts

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[Christmas-Horror APPRECIATION!] The Shining

This isn’t the most conventional Christmas horror movie I could write about, but I didn’t want to write about Silence Night Deadly Night or Krampus or Black Christmas or any other Santa-themed slasher flick to be honest. Dill. With. It. One thing you should know about me is that I always mean to type dill… Continue reading [Christmas-Horror APPRECIATION!] The Shining

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[Book Review] Behind Closed Doors: B.A. Paris

I’m possessed by books. If I had to choose between books and movies, I don’t think I could because I’m possessed by them both. I love them both equally as if they were my dogs AKA my children. Is there an art demon? If there is, he holds claim over my soul and existence. Not… Continue reading [Book Review] Behind Closed Doors: B.A. Paris