Too Many Characters

18 Mar 19
At the Villa Rose

While opinions vary as to the Golden Age’s exact dates and duration, virtually everyone agrees it was over by the early Fifties. Puzzle plots were no longer the norm, amateur detectives progressively went the way of dinosaurs, settings moved from country houses to suburban areas and the new fashion was not about locking rooms but […]

18 Mar 19
AMuseZine

Interview with Daniel Dean Kingswell Daniel Dean Kingswell is a guitarist for 3 death metal bands; Gastroschisis, Carnivorous Horde and Repugnance. He is also known for his Youtube channel Daniel Dean Kingswell. After receiving a BA Hons in Creative Media, he went on to work as a content creator on local TV programme Gadgets.   […]

18 Mar 19
Emma's Ramblings

“Whether or not to kill yourself is one of the most important decisions a teenager can make.” In my humble opinion, that quote (which is from the 1989 Heathers movie) pretty much sums up a lot of how teenage suicide is treated by the mainstream. It’s very rarely taken as seriously as it should be, […]

18 Mar 19
Tony's Reading List

With all the fuss elsewhere about Brexit and building walls, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Australia is one of the saner English-speaking democracies around.  However, the truth is that it’s just as obsessed (in a bad way) with immigration as the UK and the US, and it’s only the way they go about keeping […]

18 Mar 19
The Truth About Guns

File this under questions no one is asking: When a teen activist from Sweden can inspire far-reaching school climate strikes — and a Nobel Peace Prize nomination — is it really too much to ask the International Olympic Committee as well to seek to make a difference, a really big difference, in our broken world? […]

18 Mar 19
UPROXX

We caught up with Jalen Rose last week for a wide-ranging discussion about the league as we head toward the postseason.

18 Mar 19

Title: ArtemisAuthor: Andy WeirPublished: 2017Country: USAGenre: Science Fiction Synopsis: Set in the not-too-distant future, Jazz is recruited to plan and carry out an act of sabotage on the Moon city, Artemis. When things don’t go as planned, the heist turns deadly. What I liked: The idea of living on the Moon is pretty cool. The […]

18 Mar 19
Smith's Verdict

Smith’s Verdict: ***1/2 Reviewed by Tanner Smith I’ll just say right off the bat that I hardly know anything about the Broadway play Robert Wise’s 1961 cinematic musical “West Side Story” is based on. I can’t speak on behalf of changes that were made to meet movie standards in the 1960s (though I know it […]

18 Mar 19
Grant's Blog

Social media has come to play a big role in communication in society worldwide. It has become hard to find anyone that is not on social media. It is where people go to talk to friends, share their opinions on topics, get current news, etc. It has revolutionized the way the information is spread throughout […]

18 Mar 19
On the journey

Good morning friends ! The few mornings ago I was reading a Psalm and when I finished I began to flip through the book of Psalms and began to notice some notes I wrote on the side and some promises I had underlined so, I began to read them and noticed that most of them […]

18 Mar 19

*Graphic in Header- Designed by Vilmosvarga When I finally sat down to write this I completely forgot to save who tagged me or who did this tag lol. I can’t remember but if it was you thank you so much. I won’t be tagging anyone for this one formally but if you see this tag […]

18 Mar 19
The Film Meister

Director: M. Night Shyamalan Starring: James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Anya Taylor-Joy, Sarah Paulson, Samuel L. Jackson Certificate: 15 Run Time: 129 mins Glass, director M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, isn’t a sequel in the traditional sense. It serves as a sequel to Unbreakable and to Split, a film which in a genius end-credit twist revealed itself to be […]

18 Mar 19
My So Secret Blog

13 Reasons Why is a Netflix show I started watching with great expectations but it disappointed me in some parts. I don’t think I have something bad to say about the cast or the production but I’m mostly disappointed of the way the story is told. I’ve read the book and despite the fact that […]

18 Mar 19
Ideas Without End

There are quite a few comedy fantasy anime in the vein of The Slayers and, unfortunately, most of them are varying degrees of quite sexist. Even The Slayers has some episodes that really don’t hold up as very good, although it also has some extremely funny episodes and some action scenes that work quite well. […]