Book Review: Her Dark Inheritance by Meg Hafdahl

Few events in life are as painful as losing a family member. Daphne Forrest struggles to deal with the loss of her mother, who is suffering from dementia and memory loss. Just before she passes, Daphne’s mother reveals a huge family secret. She had a twin brother who was murdered. The family who allegedly died in a terrible crash actually didn’t. She never grew up where she claimed. Her actual birthplace was Willoughby, Minnesota. Armed with this new knowledge, Daphne must set off to discover “Her Dark Inheritance.”

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Movie Review: House of Demons

Welcome to the House of Demons. This particular abode is home to generations of supernatural energies. It captures the desperate need of a cult leader, the unbridled passion of a would-be storyteller, and the guilt of a group of friends hardly on speaking terms. It’s a drama mixed with terror and plenty of doses of theater of the mind. 

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Movie Review: Gas Money Pictures’ The Campus

Made for pennies on the dollar, The Campus follows Morgan, who must fight the devil himself to get out of a pact her father made. She faces a wide range of horrors as she tries to escape death over and over again on the campus of her father’s filmmaking studio.

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NYC Film Locations: Netflix Defenders & Jessica Jones

I’m back in Manhattan and here to share some more with fans of the Marvel Netflix universe. Last year, we shared some set locations from Marvel’s Iron Fist. This time around, we’re in midtown, and here to share some scenes from both The Defenders and Jessica Jones. 

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TV Review: The Punisher on Netflix

 The Punisher is among the most experimental series in modern TV history. It dares to include characters from every extreme of the political spectrum. It dares further to include characters who are broken, confused, adamant, inspired, excited, or even clinging to ideals. It’s not just a war divided by those who served vs those who they protect. The writing is nuanced, emotional, and daring.

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Book Review: Battlefront II – Inferno Squad

An excellent, fast-paced read that provides a view into its characters, Inferno Squad is a wonderful read. Star Wars hungry fans who don’t want to wait for the next movie or video game will definitely enjoy this one. Gamers who play Battlefront II will enjoy the gaming experience more after diving into Iden and her story.

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Theater Review: Elf the Musical

Here we are. It’s the day after Christmas and we are in New York City to see the decorations, skate in Rockefeller Plaza, and visit some super geeky places like Nintendo New York, Midtown Comics, and the ThinkGeek retail store. As a surprise, we also decided to hit Elf The Musical at the Madison Square Garden theater.

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Movie Review: Bright on Netflix

Bright is a thoughtful, well-paced and brilliantly orchestrated a futuristic take on a buddy cop movie that expands into new worlds. Viewers will be left wanting more from this cast, this story, and the endless possibilities it explores.

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