Monthly Archives: June 2011

From the Candy Drawer: Classic Chillers

How about a late night snack from the candy drawer! I’m thinking of a couple of neat little movies from the nineties—classic chillers. The Craft There isn’t much blood and gore in this, but it’s a great little flick aimed … Continue reading

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review: the Roommate

This is chick flick blended with psychological thriller. I love it. If you can get over the outrageous dorm rooms (trust me, they’re not nearly so cozy), the plot line is well-done, seductive bad girls at war with seductive good … Continue reading

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From the candy drawer: old-school

You never know what will come out of the candy drawer when you’re in this particular pantry. This time, it’s some old-school metal—snack size, or fun size, or bite size, or whatever you want to call it. Not old old-school, … Continue reading

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Review: Full Dark, No Stars

King’s latest collection of novellas, entitled “Full Dark, No Stars” is based, according to King, on how he theorized people might react under certain situations. From assault to murder, dealing with demons to deadly spouses, King crafts four tales of … Continue reading

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Review: Paranormal Activity II

The second in its series, Paranormal Activity II is much like the first. It is devoid of mood-guiding music, and tends to run low on dialog, as the intent is to create the illusion of the incidents being realistic. Aside … Continue reading

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