Cinema has a fine tradition of redressing classic literature for the new generation in contemporary garb. Continuing this fine tradition, comes 2018’s #Roxy, a modern take on the 1897 play Cyrano de Bergerac
The next installment of Genevieve Cogman's Invisible Library series, The Mortal Word, checks all the boxes and is releasing on November 27th.
comparing and contrasting adaptations allows interesting discussions. And it provides a way to consider the material in a new light. Today, let's talk about Sharp Objects.
We are entering the cozy month of November before the holiday season kicks into gear. This seems like the perfect month to turn to a popular fandom and focus our pattern on a geekier subject: HARRY POTTER!!
November is commonly "No Excuses November" in the fitness world; we're going to take that one step further and take a 3-pronged approach to your wellness this month. We'll be focusing on physical fitness (exercise), mental wellness, and healthy eating habits.
On a dark and stormy night you may occasionally find that you prefer a laugh with your creeps and chills. Something to cut the tension? There are, of course, a slew of Halloween movies that fit the bill - Corpse Bride, Clue, Beetlejuice. But here’s a list of some older, “classic” films that you may enjoy.
One of my favorite things about Halloween is when you can invent "new" names for food. In this case I wanted to use vampire blood, zombie brains and orc meat. For vampire blood we have the black pasta, which is made with squid ink. What can resemble like zombie brain? Shrimp, of course! And for orc meat? Spinach! And everything put together you will have a super yummy and healthy monster pasta dish to comfort you.
Who’s always trying to improve themselves and hone their creativity? Anyone constantly looking for tips and tricks to expand their creative flow? Do you want [...]
I love scroll through Pinterest, and one thing that always pop to me its those beautifully decorated pies. I think to myself, I can do that for sure! It's all about the cookie cutters, right? Guess what? It isn't! It's more difficult that it looks, or at least it was for me. The good thing is, this is supposed to be a Halloween recipe post, so I'm off the hook (my pie turned out pretty scary and awful looking)! At least I gave it a try, and you should do it, because I had lost of fun!
Whether you want a classic like The Haunting of Hill House or a more modern tale like World War Z, there's a scary read for every taste!
Lights out? Check! Blanket to hide under? Check! October means Halloween, and what better way to celebrate the scariest month of the year, now that we’re too old to go trick or treating, than to settle in for a spine-chilling gaming sesh? Looking for something other than the well-known AAA horror games titles such as Resident Evil 7 or Until Dawn? Keep reading, as instead, we celebrate the spooky offerings of talented indie developers!
We love shining a spotlight on geeky businesses in our community! This time we are featuring Justine Mastin of Blue Box Counseling, a company using narrative therapy and geek-centered yoga.
Roam by Dez Schwartz is an innovative fantasy novel with a sweet romance and a premise that leaves worlds open to discovery.
Did you love Blackwing by Ed McDonald? Did you love The Holver Alley books by Marshall Ryan Maresca? Or are you just a fan of grimdark fantasy and rough characters? If any of those things are true, you are going to want to check out the fantastic new novel Priest of Bones, the first in the War For the Rose Throne series, by Peter McLean.