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'The Belko Experiment'
Whoaaaaaa, look at me! Yet another review is up, and unlike the last one for It Comes At Night which I could have done without — this is a gem!Megan Davis
Top 10 Pets in the 'Harry Potter' Universe
10. Fang Fang is Rubeus Hagrid's over-sized Boarhound, similar to a Great Dane in the Muggle universe, and although Hagrid cares for a great range of creatures, he has formed a special bond with Fang. Boarhounds may look ferocious but this one certainly isn't! In fact, Fang has been known to be over-friendly and always greets guests to Hagrid's hut with welcoming barks and a lot of licking. Alas, Fang has a tendency to slobber when he's excited and has frequently soaked Harry Potter's Hogwarts robes whilst being affectionate!
One Flew Over the Mockingjay’s Nest
The Hunger Games series, which we were introduced to us in 2012, finally came to an end – a fact that leaves me disappointed in more ways than one. When I saw the first film, it was fresh, new, interesting and thought-provoking.
I Spy with My Little Eye
Steven Spielberg is one of the most renowned and influential filmmakers in cinematic history. All of us have our favorite Spielberg film, whether it’s E.T., Schindler’s List, Jurassic Park, or Saving Private Ryan; either way, when you hear that he will be the director, you can’t help but at least be curious. He has made some of the best and most ambitious films ever made, but as it usually goes with geniuses, they all have their peak of creativity, a golden age. Although Bridge of Spies might never be considered a masterpiece the way Schindler’s List is, it’s a great movie nonetheless.
Who is Draco Malfoy?
Over the years, the Harry Potter fandom has conjured up many different theories, like Professor Snape being a vampire or Sirius Black and Remus Lupin being secret lovers. However, with little evidence supporting these theories many of them have been contradicted by not only the Harry Potter book series but by the author J.K. Rowling herself. Be that as it may, one theory that has yet to be disproved, is the idea that Draco Malfoy is, in fact, a werewolf.
'IT' – Review
"Breathe..........just breathe.........you're a grown man. Why are you nervous?" – Before seeing IT. "You know, I think I'll stay up for a little bit longer than normal. At least until the shaking stops" – After seeing IT.Critics w/o Credentials
Gender Inequality in Entertainment
There seems to be many hidden gender stereotypes and inequality in our entertainment. Many them are in the things we love to do, like listen to music, read books, watch movies, and look at art. Most people don’t notice that there is any inequality in the things they are entertained by.
The World As We Knew It [Chapter One]
One minute the teacher was speaking about math. And then the next minute she had been attacked by a student. Rose was there, though drifting somewhere inside her mind—away from all the arguing, the crackling of gunfire, and the slamming of the classroom door.Darius Moor
Stiles Stilinski had a hard life growing up, with his mother going through her cancer problems and her winding up dying in the end and leaving Stiles and his father all alone.Ashya Turner
'The Maze Runner' Review
Title: The Maze RunnerMPAA Rating: PG-13Director: Wes BallStarring: Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Will PoultierRuntime: 1 hr 54 minsFilmSnob Reviews.com
Horror Is Taking Over Again
The movies, television, and social media are all sources of media that have been overtaken by horror lately. With Halloween on the radar, these media outlets have been encouraging fear.Kelsey E. Lange
Neither Shaken Nor Stirred
Ever since 1962, when Dr. No, the first film of the Bond franchise was released, audiences all over the world have had a persevering interest in knowing what our favorite agent will do next. Surely, some of the films have been more successful than others, but the one thing we have to admit is that James Bond is good even when he is bad. The plot can be predictable and we know pretty much exactly what we are going to get, but we pay for our movie ticket, anyway. There’s just something about Bond that is familiar, dangerous and ridiculous, all at the same time.