Let me tell you, when you’re on a diet, there is nothing more tantalising to talk, dream, and think about than food. So when I saw this post, I instantly knew it would be something that I would enjoy talking about. 802 more words
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Why do we read about depressing worlds with fervent attraction? Besides electric plot, the layered antihero, and spinning imagery, what’s there to love?
Survival novels embody a fear of impending doom which dates back to the Cold War (1950-90s), when the United States and Soviet Union had their nuclear arms race. 402 more words
From the director of the classic ‘Dead Snow’ comes ‘What Happened to Monday’, a Netflix original dystopian science-fiction thriller.
Set in a world with a severe one-child policy, Terrance Settman (Willem Dafoe) takes in, teaches and protects his septuplet (seven) Grandchildren. 623 more words
I’m feeling brave today, and discussing something a little bit controversial!
For many book bloggers, Young Adult books are a favourite genre. Personally, I wouldn’t go as far as to say this, but I must admit that I do read a lot of YA, both because it can be fun to review books that are interesting other teens, and because many YA books can be fun, light-hearted reads. 1.524 more words
On October 12, 1992 Josh Hutcherson was born.
Hutcherson began his acting career in the early 2000s, starring in a string of family-friendly films such as “RV,” “Firehouse Dog,” “The Polar Express,” and “Bridge to Terabithia.” It was not until 2011 did Hutcherson gain international stardom by appearing in the lead role as Peeta Mellark in the “The Hunger Games” film franchise, based on the successful novels by Suzanne Collins. 13 more words