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Wayfinders: Off Course Part 1 review

Wayfinders: Off Course is a D & D inspired comic, in which the 3 main characters are shipwrecked and have to find their way back home, while trying to understand the mysterious origins of a mysterious compass.

Army of the Dead Netflix Movie Review

This band of miscreants are headed back into the quarantine zone in an attempt to pull off the deadliest heist imaginable This isn’t just a bank job, it’s a fight for your life against flesh-eating zombies, survive the zombie tiger, get to the vault, get past the booby traps and then crack the safe, kinda job. 

Resident Evil: Village PS5 Video Game Review

Resident Evil: Village Developer: Capcom Release Date: April 2021 Platforms: PS4, PS5, Xbox 1, Xbox series X, PC  Genre: Horror, Puzzle, Survival Riding the hype train Alright, you all know Continue Reading

“Inside” – Bo Burnham’s Netflix Special: Review

“Inside” – Bo Burnham’s Netflix Special: Review Starring, written, directed, and produced by Bo Burnham. “Inside”, Bo Burnham’s newest special is available to stream on Netflix now. TW: This review Continue Reading

The Deadliest Bouquet Comic Book Review

There’s been a murder in Les Trois Fleurs. Jasmine Hawthorn has been found murdered in her flowershop by her daughter. It’s up to her 3 estranged daughters Rose, Poppy and Violet to figure out what happened. But, can the women put aside their feelings of resentment aside and work together or are the secrets of their strange upbringing and family history about to be laid bare? 

Cuddles Comic Book Review

Cuddles, has a pretty sweet life, he’s collecting debts for a local crime boss and whilst feared he is also well respected. However, not all is as it seems. He discovers his partner Jacko has been skimming off the top. Not only that, but Jacko, is the son of their crime boss. If that wasn’t bad enough, a pair of FBI agents are sniffing around. Cuddles’ life is about to get very complicated. 

Promising Young Woman: A Lesson in Catharsis

Promising Young Woman: A Lesson in Catharsis Guest piece by Elly Jones As I watched Connie Britton’s Dean Walker sit behind her impressive desk and pinch her eyebrows together with Continue Reading