Let me get it out in the open that Joe Hill's NOS4A2 is a brilliant book; it is a sheer irresistible page-turner packed with a fantastic story and characterization, it tells of Victoria McQueen, known as Brat to her father, finding out her unique ability to a bridge that brings together reality and thoughts/fantasy.
This article has no context or plot, it merely holds any meaning to those who might read this. It circulates the fears and thoughts that you might find in a teenager.
Now, I've enjoyed Bird Box; I thought the movie was at least a 4/5, I liked the intensity of the character of Sandra Bullock, her protection of the children, I hate jump-scares in general, not because they are scary but just because in most of the situations, jump scares are not needed, and this movie does not follow that scheme.
Before I start, I want to acknowledge the fact that I know that Teen Wolf finished last year and The Flash is still going strong into its fifth season, but I thought that using a complete show as some template or guide to Flash seemed convenient and necessary to make a point.
So everyone has heard of the movie that was released recently; it is a supernatural thriller surrounding the man with no face and a group of teenagers who summoned him and now have to face the implications.
So I read an article a while ago which interested me immensely, and this article was about how a bacteria in the sixteenth century might've wiped out 80 percent of Mexico's population, for comparison, the Black Death wiped one-third of Europe's population while this wiped four-fifths of Mexico.