Genre: Horror

Book Review : What Feasts at Night

Book Review : What Feasts at Night

While I’ve never met a T. Kingfisher book I didn’t like, What Feasts at Night was regrettably not my favorite of her works by any means. Though the novella does a great job setting the atmosphere of fictional country Gallacia, it failed to truly creep me out like its predecessor, What Moves the Dead, or like her other works, The Twisted Ones and A House with Good Bones. Though I […]

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Book Review : What Moves the Dead

Book Review : What Moves the Dead

What Moves the Dead is a retelling of one of my favorite Edgar Allan Poe works, The Fall of the House of Usher. I really wasn’t sure what to expect from What Moves the Dead, as this was my first time reading both a Poe retelling and anything by T. Kingfisher. At first, I was really perplexed by what the heck I was reading, as What Moves the Dead spends […]

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Review : Resident Evil Infinite Darkness

Review :  Resident Evil Infinite Darkness

As Resident Evil is one of my favorite game series, I decided to give Resident Evil Infinite Darkness, the latest show in the Resident Evil universe a try. As Resident Evil Infinite Darkness was only comprised of four episodes, each under an hour, I was able to binge it all in one very short sitting. I’m not sure why they didn’t just make it a movie, which would have made […]

Posted July 9, 2021 in Anime, Games, Watch
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Book Review : Nothing but Blackened Teeth

Book Review : Nothing but Blackened Teeth

After reading the synopsis for Nothing But Blackened Teeth, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. That, and the unforgettable cover, too. So despite being the person who screams during horror movies when her dog sneezes, and throws the controller during jump scares in video games, I requested an ARC copy of Nothing but Blackened Teeth. Though I got strong The Ring and The Grudge vibes from the description of the […]

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Book Review : Mexican Gothic

Book Review : Mexican Gothic

I snapped up Mexican Gothic for my Kindle during a sale and boy, am I glad I did. Mexican Gothic was the perfect, haunting read for right before Halloween. Author Silvia Moreno-Garcia creates the perfect eerie tale, with lush description,  a strong heroine, and careful, but thrilling pacing.   “There’re heavy places. Places where the air itself is heavy because an evil weighs it down. Sometimes it’s a death, could be […]

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