I’m not someone who generally seeks out horror movies; when I went to see the new film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel IT, I was doing going to see a movie with friends. I wasn’t quite sure what I was in for, but I figured it would hopefully be a worthwhile experience. I was expecting an evil clown and some scary scenes. I came out of the movie with a fair amount of lingering fear and a bit of something else. Continue reading
Some of you might remember that, last year, I did a blow-by-blow recap of the BlizzCon opening ceremonies, and it turns out I’m in a good position to do it again! For those who aren’t familiar, BlizzCon is Blizzard Entertainment’s annual convention, where they show off everything they’ve got slated for the coming year. In the Opening Ceremonies, they’ll give little teases and tastes of everything they’re planning, so everyone’s watching with bated breath. What will we see this year? Continue reading
You might remember that I reviewed the Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin, by L. Jagi Lamplighter, in which a magical girl ended up at a magical school, collected nearly a dozen magical friends, joined a fraternity, investigated a mystery, saw an omen that heralds the doom of worlds, headed off an attack by an army of dozens of mind-controlled students, saved the entire campus, and provided support for a battle that involved the dragon that used to be Professor Moriarty.
Not bad for the first week, huh?
No. Sorry, my mistake. It’s not bad for the first five days of school. Take that, Harry Potter.
How do I know that book one was the first week? Because book two opens only a few hours after the end of book 1, and states she’s only been there five days.
If the books get any more dense, we’re going to have to call Rachel Griffin “Jack Bauer.”