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Our most anticipated horror films of 2019

I love horror films It looks as though 2019 is going to be a big year for horror films and you lot must know by now, that there is nothing I would rather watch after a long day then a horror film; whether it be a terribly good shark movie, Continue Reading

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Let’s Roll with it: The Board Game Renaissance

Roll with it: The Board Game Renaissance               Not to be dramatic, but board games are in our blood. For centuries upon centuries, humans have turned to games as a means of bonding, communication, and relationship building; and some things never change. The oldest Continue Reading

Norse fantasy novels pt 8: How Old Are You Again?

Where is your ID? – Age recommendation for readers & content   The majority of the Norse Fantasy I have read is for a teenage or young adult audience and this is clear from the number of heroes and heroines and mythological characters that are cast in this age group, Continue Reading

Norse fantasy novels pt 7: Magic and Seidr

Abra Cadabra pull a rabbit from a horn of mead! – Magic and Seidr   Magic exists in the majority of the Norse Fantasy books I have read, from a basic level of other realms existing alongside our own to magically cast by carving or throwing of runes, acts of Continue Reading

Free Comic Book Day 2019- Our comic book haul

Free Comic Book Day!  As you lovely lot all probably know last Saturday was Free Comic Book Day and I was excited! I always end up missing these things and having to get a friend to pick me up some goodies! But this year I braved the wind and the Continue Reading

Close To the Sun Video Game review

Close To The Sun Developer: Storm in a Teacup Publisher: Wired Productions Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows Genre: Horror, First Person, Narrative Close to the Sun is a horror adventure game that takes place at the end of the 19th century on a mysterious city-sized ship, The Helios, Continue Reading