MCU Phase 4 Timeline

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) successfully completed their Infinity War saga in 2019 with Avengers: Endgame and, after a forced pause due to a global incident, they're now back and well into Phase 4. However, whereas the timeline of the first three phases of the MCU was quite linear and easy to follow, the Phase... Continue Reading →


Fate/Zero (image by SkuLLz95) is a Japanese anime series, currently on Netflix, which is almost ten years old now. The story began its life as a light novel before being released as a manga and then anime. It was created as a prequel to Fate/stay night. The basic premise of Fate/Zero is that three powerful... Continue Reading →

Knives Out: Was the Real Murderer Caught?

Knives Out is director Rian Johnson's star-studded murder mystery that released in cinemas November 2019. It's recently come to Netflix and, after watching it, I wanted to share my thoughts. Rian Johnson has created an interesting crime story complete with plots, sub-plots and a rich in-fighting family. A few things will strike any viewer quite... Continue Reading →

Nexus by Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings

    Nexus (The Androma Saga #2) by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings Publisher: Harlequin TEEN Release Date: May 7th 2019Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy Synopsis: #1 New York Times bestselling authors Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings deliver the dazzling finale to the acclaimed Androma Saga, where stunning betrayals and devastating secrets send an embattled galaxy spiraling into... Continue Reading →


I finally got around to watching Netflix's fantasy cop movie Bright, starring Will Smith. Set in an alternate modern Los Angeles where magic is real and many fantasy races live uneasily together, Bright is a tough cop drama on the violent streets. Daryl Ward is the 'unfortunate' cop chosen to be part of a diversity... Continue Reading →


Shazam!, the latest superhero movie to grace the big screen in a year that promises to be full of them, is a fun-filled roller coaster that has something for everyone in the family. It's the second week of April 2019 and this year we've already had Glass and Captain Marvel and we're waiting on Hellboy... Continue Reading →

Review and Giveaway – Umbra, Dimensional Drift prequel 2

Umbra Christina Bauer (Dimension Drift Prequels, #2) Published by: Monster House Books Publication date: March 26th 2019 Genres: Dystopian, Fantasy, Young Adult A prequel novella to the new series from USA Today’s ‘must read YA paranormal romance’ author, Christina Bauer. One day, eighteen-year-old Thorne will be the Emperor of the Omniverse, the single being who... Continue Reading →

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