Author’s Spotlight: The Reyes Incident

Author: Briana MorganGenre: HorrorPublication Date: 30 April 2022Pages: 150Available As: Paperback and e-book The Synopsis:A local legend gone haywire. A small-town cop. An impossible eyewitness testimony. Which is easier to believe—that killer mermaids exist, or that one person is worth risking everything for? The Review:The Reyes Incident is the latest release from the terrific Briana … Continue reading Author’s Spotlight: The Reyes Incident

Talking Movies [HulkaMAYnia]: Hulk

Since his explosive debut in May 1962, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s gamma-irradiated Jade Giant has been one of their most recognisable and successful characters thanks, in large part, to the Incredible Hulk television show (1977 to 1982) catapulting the Hulk into a mainstream, pop culture icon. Hulk has been no slouch in the comics … Continue reading Talking Movies [HulkaMAYnia]: Hulk

Horror Hullabaloo: 23/05/2022

Gillian Church posts regular Writing Prompts on her Horror Prompts Instagram account and I like to take part with a few snippets and pieces of flash fiction. This time, I asked my followers for suggestions and put together a short piece based on what they offered. The Prompts:Sacrifice, Carousel, Lips, Superfluous The Submission:Time was running … Continue reading Horror Hullabaloo: 23/05/2022

Screen Time [Multiverse Madness]: What If…? (Season One)

In September 1961, DC Comics published “Flash of Two Worlds” (Fox, et al), a landmark story that brought together two generations of the Flash: the Golden Age Jay Garrick and the Silver Age Barry Allen thanks to the concept of the multiverse, an infinite number of parallel universes that allowed any and all stories and … Continue reading Screen Time [Multiverse Madness]: What If…? (Season One)

Talking Movies [X-Men Month]: X-Men: Days of Future Past: The Rogue Cut

To commemorate, the culmination of their long-running and successful X-Men movies, 20th Century Fox declared May 13th as “X-Men Day”, a day to celebrate all things Mutant and X-Men and celebrate Marvel’s iconic collection of superpowered beings who fight to protect a world that hates and fears them. After exhausting all of their storylines with … Continue reading Talking Movies [X-Men Month]: X-Men: Days of Future Past: The Rogue Cut

Author’s Spotlight: R.S. Green Interview

R. S. Green, author of F%#k it! Why not?! 1. First, introduce yourself a bit. What is your name (or pen name) and where are you from? R.S. Green. Half Scottish/half Yorkshireman currently living near Hull.2. Next, tell us a bit about your most recent work. Is this your first published book? What is it … Continue reading Author’s Spotlight: R.S. Green Interview

Talking Movies [Turtle Tuesday]: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

The first issue of Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) was published in May of 1984. Since then, the TMNT have gone on to achieve worldwide mainstream success thanks not only to their original comics run but also a number of influential cartoons, videogames, and wave-upon-wave of action figures. Even now, … Continue reading Talking Movies [Turtle Tuesday]: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze

Author’s Spotlight: Brianna Malotke Interview

Brianna Malotke, author of numerous short stories and poetry pieces. 1. First, introduce yourself a bit. What is your name (or pen name) and where are you from? Brianna Malotke, I’m from Ohio but somehow keep moving west as time passes. In my free time I typically read for fun, drink way too much coffee, … Continue reading Author’s Spotlight: Brianna Malotke Interview

Screen Time [Multiverse Madness]: WandaVision

In September 1961, DC Comics published “Flash of Two Worlds” (Fox, et al), a landmark story that brought together two generations of the Flash: the Golden Age Jay Garrick and the Silver Age Barry Allen thanks to the concept of the multiverse, an infinite number of parallel universes that allowed any and all stories and … Continue reading Screen Time [Multiverse Madness]: WandaVision

Talking Movies [X-Men Month]: X-Men: First Class

To commemorate, the culmination of their long-running and successful X-Men movies, 20th Century Fox declared May 13th as “X-Men Day”, a day to celebrate all things Mutant and X-Men and celebrate Marvel’s iconic collection of superpowered beings who fight to protect a world that hates and fears them. After exhausting all of their storylines with … Continue reading Talking Movies [X-Men Month]: X-Men: First Class