The 16th Pendergast novel makes the ludicrous routine.
True Confession time, kids: I love Fall Out Boy.
Passengers is 3/4 of a great movie undone by an outlandish and ludicrous finale.
This non-fiction collection from Neil Gaiman is not to be missed!
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The story of the first season was more similar to a novel than a movie or tv show. The journey was just as important as the ending and you couldn’t earn the ending without the progression and pain that came before.
Rob Zombie’s two film horror magnum opus starts rough but finishes strong for those with the stomach to handle it.
Fans of apocalyptic science fiction and zombie horror will find a lot to like in The Girl With All the Gifts.
Visually arresting sequel is a lot more enjoyable than you have heard thanks to the stellar cast!
Ghosts from Our Past: Both Literally & Figuratively: The Study of the Paranormal – Erin Gilbert, Abby L. Yates, with Andrew Shaffer
Informative non-fiction treatise on ghosts and ghost hunting from two of the world’s most acclaimed experts of the paranormal.
After years of hype No Man’s Sky is almost here!
Neck Deep crafts one hell of a sophomore album with Life’s Not Out to Get You.
Tim Geoghegan’s horror film We Are Still Here mixes the surreal and gory horror of Lucio Fulci with John Carpenter for a moderately scary but ultimately underwhelming experience.