Off the Gulf of Mexico, a documentary crew’s private plane crashes on a remote island. The crew is there to try to film some rare animal. The crew captures the carnage as some of the crew goes missing, it is found months later.
Paradise my ass, not so unless you are a rock diver.
I saw one of the creatures, it looked like someone dressed in animal skins and BAD ones too.
This was such a shit show of bad acting and a bore of a storyline for Tuesdays Trash, that this is all that was worth mentioning about it.
Basically, its just people dressed as animals that are cannibals NOT animals.
20o7 R 1:25 Horror Jessica Lucas, Katheryn Winnick
I thought this was going to be some sort of demented amusement park or funhouse because of the title.
Winnick plays Tabitha who is in a (near)O catatonic state while being interrogated by the police psychiatrist as to why she and her two childhood friends are being hunted by a serial killer.
Tragic secrets from their past are just dying to come out. Not to mention, this is the crap that happens when you don’t tell someone about that creepy kid, and his cruel ‘art’ for the science fair… its more along the lines of an express ticket to a padded cell (and the 10th level of hell I’ve created for people like this.) We see a few stories concerning the girls first, which lead up to the last. It’s almost like an anthology only its one whole movie with a little backstory.
Through the years the girls forget about the creep but apparently, he never does, making them his rats.
If you are in the mood for some dark horror *and maybe you could say morbid humor) then this is for you. I would make this part of a Halloween movie marathon as there’s a trick but its no avengers type treat.
I took into consideration how long it took me to read (and give up on) the last book I read. So with that I wanted something that was familiar and I enjoyed once before, so first I thought to read a Stephanie Plum book by Janet Evanovich, but I’d have to dig through my pile (and I was too tired from the past two nights as I couldn’t sleep) So I thought to choose something that was on my to-read shelf. I had a few choices but this book I thought would be the one I could most likely Hopefully finish in a week or less.
pages 310 (not including an excerpt from next book)
Started- April 1st
Finished- April 7
I’m not sure if I mentioned it in the previous book of this series I read but I do love that Victoria Laurie mentions what inspired her or gave her the idea for the story.
This story not only covers a living mystery (or 2) but a paranormal one, and the two are connected! One deals with the death of a resident guest, another is the appearance of a dagger and the spirit attached to it.
M.J.’s partner Gilley has set up a gig without speaking with her first (a running gag and very bad flaw of his). So M.J. and her team go to San Fransico for a ‘Haunted possessions’ show, that she was heavily against figuring it would exploit her abilities even though she’s the real deal. There are three other mediums that will be on the show, sadly not all are real. There is Heath Whitefeather and 2 others. Of all places, they have to do it in the VERY haunted Duke hotel.
Forgotten Realms Book 2 of The Icewind Dale Trilogy
Streams of Silver
by R.A. Salvatore
below is a poem on the first page
started February 23rd
Only on chapter 2, I’m not sure if I exactly know what is going on, nor is it easy to remember everything.
There’s an assassin looking for I think a key. The Dwarves or some mixed bunch are on a Fellowship of the ring type adventure only to find some place they may not really exist. If you look on the cover, just above the axe, there’s a character that looks like a hobbit, maybe sort of like Bilbo.
Characters Catti-Brie female Dwarf (or elf) Entreri- Assassin Drizzt Do’Urden a renegade drow elf Wulfgar- Barbarian who was Captured and raised by Bruenor Battlehammer the rowdy leader of the Dwarven clan Fender Mallot Regis- ‘uncharacteristic disappearance’
Places Luskan Ten Towns Icewind Dale Mithril Hall
started this February 23rd
So the objective of the book is one of the characters is trying to get to his ancestors’ hall (sort of like the Dwarves in the Hobbit going back to their mountain) THere’s an assassin after them and the daughter of one of them is taken hostage by the assassin. They travel through this town and battling orc and having to deal with those prejudiced against the drow elf. They find one place of amusement (as far as I go) which was the pace of some wizards. There were interesting things in there and so on.
When I heard that there would be an animated Supernatural episode, I was like ok cool it will be the silly episode of the season. was thinking lots of laughs along the lines of the ‘Changing CHannels’ episode. When I heard it having Scoobydoo in it I went all geeky and turned back to my Saturday Morning Cartoon self.
As far as the trailer goes, it looks like a legitimate cartoon made the old fashion way with those old ‘cells’ and color and not with a computer. If it were made that way I would be surprised. For me the only cartoon that has been cool as CG was Jimmy Neutron, although I have seen some new Voltron (force?) where its a cartoon but then when they make Voltron its CG which looks better and looks more like a robot. (the Garfield ‘cartoon’ made with CG looks like crap, and so does Alvin and the Chipmunks. If you want to enhance the experience like the Voltron I previously explained, that’s cool. All else, has no place other than thrown in one of the urns above and burned to ash!