Tag Archives | monsters

An artificial night
An artificial light - Seanan McGuire

An October Daye novel #3 Originally read for the Once Upon a Time VI challenge, 18th May 2012 reread for […]

Godzilla
Godzilla dir. Gareth Edwards

Is there a point to me doing a quick recap of a Godzilla movie plot? I mean, you all know […]

Monsters : I bring the fire part 2
Monsters by c. Gockel

I bring the fire Part 21 This book follows on straight from book one, so if you haven’t read that […]

Apex blog tour – guest post by Ian Nichols
The Book of Apex - vol. 4

Welcome to my first part of the Apex Blog Tour, kindly organised by the Little Red Reviewer, celebrating The Book […]

Parasite
Parasite by Mira Grant

Book 1 in the Parasitology series. Sally Mitchell was in a car crash, suffered brain damage, but just as her […]

Bloodstones
Bloodstones ed. Amanda Pillar

A collection of horror stories, edited by Amanda Pillar. Part of my RIP VIII reading. Table of contents Introduction – […]

A local habitation
A local habitation by Seanan McGuire cover

An October Daye novel #2 A another reread for this year’s OUaT challenge, originally read for the Once Upon a […]

The cabin in the woods
The cabin in the woods

This is a film that it is best you go see knowing nothing about it. Simply trust in Joss and […]

Monsters

Six years ago NASA launched a probe to investigate the possibility of life in outer space, but upon re-entry the […]

The Village

For this year’s RIP challenge Carl has suggested that as well as reading horror-ific books we might also watch some suitable films and to get the ball rolling on my RIP films I decided to rewatch M. Night Shymalan’s The Village.

I quite enjoyed it the first time around. I don’t seem to recall having been all that surprised by any of the so-called twists or reveals, but it was an enjoyable film.

No Such Thing

So there I was, flicking around this afternoon when I came across No Such Thing. My wonderful browse feature told […]

The Village

Its been two years since this came out in the cinema, and I’m finally getting to see it. Given that I’ve liked most of what Shyamalan has done, and given that Joaquin Phoenix is a star I’m a little surprised that it has taken me this long. I really enjoyed The Sixth Sense, and loved Unbreakable, but I did hate Signs.