Film review: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)

It is clear that in the 21st century, which is defined by largely expanded globalization and ever-growing consumerism, cinema is pressured to keep up to date with popular culture and either produce more of what’s desired already, or try to implement its own rules and influence the guidelines of pop culture. 1,987 more words

Film Review

Short Story Review: "Defining Shadows" by Carrie Vaughn

3 of 5 stars.

Peripheral to, but emerging from the world of Vaughn’s Kitty Norville series about a detective werewolf in the Denver area, this short story mentions but never sees Kitty. 156 more words

Book Reviews

Dietary Choices

When the van doors opened, I was blinded. Again.

“Damn floodlights,” the vampire muttered, suggesting his eyesight wasn’t any better than mine at the moment. For a second, just a second, I thought of jumping out and running away. 501 more words


Part 648 - The Collectors Arrive

Hildreth attached the tracker button to the lapel of the vampire’s coat. He pressed his thumb against the center until the device beeped and turned green. 816 more words

WitchBlood (WitchBlood #1) by Emma Mills

Published: January 8th 2012 by Emma Mills

My Rating: 4/5

Fast paced, Paranormal, Vampires, and witches? I love it.


Jessica, 17 old, happy in life with boyfriend Luke and best friend Alex. 339 more words

Book Blog

Timo Schmitz: "The meaning of life and death in 'A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night'" (2017) [PDF]

In 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour’s “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night” stormed the cinemas, chaining the viewer to a multi-dimensional plot, filled with breath-taking images and music. 71 more words

Online Articles

Vampire Poetry!

It’s not often that I write poetry …. but when I do, its about vampires! (or something like that! :D  I’m more of a prose writer usually, but sometimes I dabble in poetry when the muse strikes.) 45 more words

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