Movie Night With Lauren #5: From Interstellar to Crimson Peak thanks to Jessica Chastain. Check out the explanation for Movie Night here.Read more "Movie Night With Lauren: Crimson Peak (2015)"
Guillermo del Toro bounces back from the let down of Pacific Rim (a movie I like) with Crimson Peak, a “gothic romance with ghosts” that delivers exactly on that promise.Read more "Film Review: Crimson Peak"
Moving straight from The Fall to The Night Eternal in my one-woman book club, I didn’t have to wait long to get an ending to Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s The Strain trilogy. Thoughts? It may not be Salem’s Lot, but it’s good enough. “Good enough.”Read more "Off The Shelf: Review of The Night Eternal (The Strain Book 3)"
In a previous post I may have mentioned being pretty excited for the adaptation of The Strain from book to TV. Did I watch it? No… But I did read the sequel! That’s gotta count for something…Read more "Off the Shelf: Review of The Fall (The Strain Book 2)"
One quarter ends, another begins. Here is the list you’ve been waiting for! Get excited for what we’re excited for! Mass excitement! Yay!Read more "Looking Ahead to 2014: Third Quarter (July – September)"
If you read Zac and my review of Pacific Rim recently then you know that Guillermo del Toro and I don’t always have the most consistent relationship, yet there’s something about him that always has me coming back for more. Must be the mutual creature love. So it should be no surprise that when he […]Read more "Book Review: The Strain by Guillermo del Toro & Chuck Hogan"
Guillermo del Toro has been away from behind the camera since 2008, but is Pacific Rim a worthy return for the talented filmmaker?
That answer might be complicated.
Looks like it’s time again for the writers over at HST to look ahead to what we expect/hope to be the best of the best books, movies, music, TV shows and video games of the coming months.Read more "Looking Ahead To 2013: Quarter 3 (July – September)"
Keeping with the theme, I decided to take my own mom to the screening of Mama. I’m not sure if she’s forgiven me yet.Read more "Film Review: Mama"