Films Ranked: M. Night Shyamalan

Film Ranking: M. Night Shyamalan Night Shyamalan has a wide range of films with a wide range of quality and having watched them all for the Success or Failure segment I am now going to rank them in terms of my favourite to least favourite (note: this is not ranked by quality, as #1 willContinue reading “Films Ranked: M. Night Shyamalan”

Film Review: Split (2016)

‘Split is a true return to form for Shyamalan’ Success or Failure: M. Night Shyamalan Split, 2016 Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan Starring: James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Betty Buckley   Kevin (James McAvoy, Atomic Blonde) is a man who suffers from dissociative identity disorder (DID), a condition whereby he has multiple personalities (Kevin has 23Continue reading “Film Review: Split (2016)”

Film Review: Rogue One (2016)

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Directed by: Gareth Edwards Starring: Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Ben Mendelsohn, Donnie Yen, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk, Jiang Wen, Forest Whitaker   Thank God for the scene at Scarif. Have you ever watched a film and there’s one plot point, one moment with no explanation during the film? Well,Continue reading “Film Review: Rogue One (2016)”

Book Review: Game Over (2016)

Derek Edgington, Game Over, 2016 Derek Edgington’s virtual-reality action/adventure novel introduces us to Ekko Everlasting, a man forcibly brought from Earth to a far-away universe called Elisium, with the purpose of winning the do-or-die game, No-Life. Shortly after arriving in Elisium, Ekko joines forces with the Resistance, a group who oppose the Sibyl System, theContinue reading “Book Review: Game Over (2016)”

Book Review: Undressed to the Nines (2016)

Jayden Hunter, Undressed to the Nines, 2016 Jayden Hunter introduces us to Drew Stirling, a supermodel who finds herself in a dangerous situation, in this thriller novel, the first in the Drew Stirling series. After spending the night with Lance Boyd, a family friend (and Congressman), Drew notices he left behind a device with top-secretContinue reading “Book Review: Undressed to the Nines (2016)”

Book Review: Then She Was Gone (2016)

Luca Veste, Then She Was Gone, 2016 Luca Veste’s Then She Was Gone is the fourth, and possibly final, in the Murphy and Rossi detective series. Murphy and Rossi are assigned the task of finding Sam Bryne, a prospective MP for Liverpool (a Conservative MP, at that), who has been missing for a few daysContinue reading “Book Review: Then She Was Gone (2016)”

Book Review: Expired Listings: Revenge Begins at Home (2016)

M. Barr, Expired Listings: Revenge Begins at Home, 2016 Full disclaimer: As a general rule I don’t enjoy erotica fiction. That being said, though, D. M. Barr’s novel, Expired Listings: Revenge Begins at Home, combines the BDSM lifestyle with a murder mystery novel effectively. There are a few full chapters of erotica but the mainContinue reading “Book Review: Expired Listings: Revenge Begins at Home (2016)”

Book Review: Starved (2016)

Kelleen Silveira, Starved, 2016 Starved, the first instalment in Kelleen Silveria’s Starved series (followed by Maimed), follows the path of Tate Vasilievich, a young woman who wakes up inside a grave only to discover that she’s been killed, along with her mother, and is now awakening as a vampire. Tate befriends Malek, who himself holdsContinue reading “Book Review: Starved (2016)”

Book Review: Grey: A Life Unraveled (2016)

Lee Miller, Grey: A Life Unraveled, 2016 Lee Miller’s debut novel explores the life of a young woman, Sara, who is left as the sole survivor after a horrific incident in her home which left her husband, Chris, and Chris’s assailant, Tommie, both dead. Sara has her friend Beth move in with her as theyContinue reading “Book Review: Grey: A Life Unraveled (2016)”