Movie Reviews · Movies

Houdini: movie review

Genre: animated, alternated history Rated: N/A Original languages: French Director: Cedric Babouche Year of Release: 2014 Watch: 4/24/2022 Summary: Harry rehearses endlessly in his parent's barn he realizes that his dream is just that - a dream. One day Harry catches the glimpse of a chance when the mayor of New York announces a magic… Continue reading Houdini: movie review

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A little late but I’m doing this anyways: Meet the Book Blogger Tag

The Rules: Thank the blogger who tagged youMention the creator Lauren @ Lala’s Book ReviewsTag as many (or as few) people as you’d likeHave fun and get to know one another! I have been tag by Louise Reads Introduction Introduce yourself I'm Marianna Bookcritter and I am a 20 something year old. I graduated with a… Continue reading A little late but I’m doing this anyways: Meet the Book Blogger Tag

The Backrooms · Writing

Enter the Backrooms Level Zero

Intro: Have you seen this image? Perhaps in your dreams? If your not careful you might no-clip out of reality and into the Backrooms. A fate that we're all destine to meet in the end. Pin me  Entry one: My Strange Obsession Ever since a young age I have been into the odd, strange, and… Continue reading Enter the Backrooms Level Zero

Book Reviews · Graphic Novels

The Deep: Here Be Dragons

Author: Tom Taylor Artist: James Brouwer Summary:  After an earthquake, a sea monster begins haunting the ocean. The daring aquanauts, the Nekton family is on the hunt to investigate. Meanwhile an island is completely not hit by a tsunami. Danger, secrets, peril, ancient messages, and shocking revelations well all be revealed.  Review: The art style is… Continue reading The Deep: Here Be Dragons

Book Reviews · Nonfiction

The Book of Imaginary Beings

Author: Jorge Luis Borges                                              Genre: Literature, fantasy Summary: With illustrations The Book of Imaginary Beings brings together strange and wonderful creature from myth and legends to the minds of brilliant writers. From dragons… Continue reading The Book of Imaginary Beings

Book Reviews

The Prince Who Fell from the Sky

Author: John Claude Bemis Genre: Post-Apocalypse, xenofiction POV: 3rd person Summary: Casseomae is content to live alone, apart from the other bears in her tribe, until one of the ancients' sky vehicles crashes to the ground, and from it emerges a Skinless One, a child. Rather than turn him over to the wolves, Casseomae chooses… Continue reading The Prince Who Fell from the Sky

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Which do you think is more likely – clean utopia or frenzied dystopia?

Book Blogger Hop Question: Which do you think is more likely - clean utopia or frenzied dystopia? (Julie @ Stepping Stone Book Reviews) Answer: Umm...wake up and smell the roses. We are living in a dystopia. A. The U.S president is a fucking joke along with everyone else in politics. B. The news media lies and… Continue reading Which do you think is more likely – clean utopia or frenzied dystopia?

Meme · Sunday Post · Uncategorized

The Sunday Post

Base on some of the comments I gotten from pervious Sunday post there seen to me a misunderstanding that the post I listed are going to be posted. The posts listed here are already posted. If you chick on the words highlighted in green it will take you to the post it link to. This… Continue reading The Sunday Post

Movie Reviews

Mune, Guardian of the Moon: Movie review

Original title: Mune, le gardien de la lune  Genre: Fantasy, animation, adventure, comedy Rated: PG Year of Release: 2015 (France) Director: Alexandre Heboyan and Benoît PhilipponSummary: When an evil magma demon and his minions steals the sun of a magical world, the new guardians of both the sun and the moon must embark on a… Continue reading Mune, Guardian of the Moon: Movie review

Book Blogger Hop · Meme

 Do you finish reading every book that you have slotted for a review?

Book Blogger Hop Question: Do you finish reading every book that you have slotted for a review? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews) Answer: This question sound like it for bloggers that request ARCs. I don't review books unless I read them. Slotted for a review doesn't make sense for me. RULES:*Grab a book, any book.… Continue reading  Do you finish reading every book that you have slotted for a review?