Circe Du Freak: The Vampires Assistant - Film Review -
Circe Du Freak: The Vampires Assistant is based on the novels by Darren Shan, tell the story of Darren Shan (Chris Massoglia), a 16 year old spider fanatic, who after attending the Circe Du Freak proceeds to steal Larten Crepsley’s (John C Reilly) spider.
Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild - Film Review -
Having watched Another Gay Movie when it was first released, I had high expectations for Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild. I wasn’t expecting Shakespear or Wilde, but I was expecting much more than this film delivered.
Book Review: Hades Daughter Book One of The Troy Game -
Deserted by lover Thesus, Ariadne, Mistress of the Labyrinth swears vengence on her lover and her sister, by returning the evil Minotaur from the grip of death. Using the dark craft gifted to her by the Minotaur Aridane begins the unwinding of the Agean Labyrinths that protect the ancient world from evil, before fleeing to a new world. There’s one catch. In exchange for the gift of the dark craft Ariadne agrees that should she or any of her daughter-heirs try to re-establish the Game, they will forever belong to the Minotaur.
Zombieland Review at Filmmage.com -
Written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and directed by Reuben Fleishcer, Zombieland tells the story of 4 survivors of a Zombie apocalypse travelling across America to reach California and the fabled Pacific Playlands, the only place in the world reported to be Zombie free.
Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions. — ~~ Albert Einstein
Finding Nemo Review at Filmmage.com -
In 2003, an animated film swept the world, winning an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and earning $867,893,978 (USD) Source at box offices around the world.
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Peace in Puzzles - One mothers open, honest, warts and all account of life with two special need children. -
I thought some of the readers here at Psychology of Life may be interested in a blog I follow. Here is the profile from Peace in Puzzles
Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt. — ~~William Shakespeare