People love stories. Telling stories is a thing that people have been doing for so long that it is a basic part of the human experience at this point. Usually stories bring us comfort. However some don’t. Some make us feel…other things. Two Sentence Horror Stories is a television series that features stories. Originally theseContinue reading “Two Sentence Horror Stories: A Review”
“On the day she was to die, Liyana walked out of her family’s tent to see the dawn. She buried her toes in the sand, cold from the night, and she wrapped her father’s goatskin cloak tight around her shoulders. She had only moments before everyone would wake.” Title: Vessel Author: Sarah Beth Durst Genre: Fantasy, Young AdultContinue reading “Book Review – Vessel by Sarah Beth Durst”
Tales of heroes who find their destiny are always beloved.
What would you do if you found a way to punish those who do wrong?
Well done high fantasy is such a wonderful story to enjoy.
Calling all trainers, old and new: Pokémon is back with another fun-filled, action-packed game!
Greenville 1989 is a narrative co-operative game in which players take on the role of a typical 1980s teenager who just wants to go bowling.
There are some anime that really need no introduction. It takes a very special kind of story to captivate audiences for over twenty years.
Just One is a party game where, in true parlor game fashion, you get a card with a word on it and your friends have to communicate it to you.
Death is a difficult thing to deal with. Particularly if it is the premature death of a young person. Beyond the grief of the family and friends left behind is the question of what is to happens next? Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files gives us one version of what could happen. In 1990, the manga versionContinue reading “Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files: An Anime Review”