A small Colorado town. Three drug runners with a van filled with product. Two police officers investigating suspicious activity. A heroic young woman with a violent past, an innocent little brother and her dead father’s .38 police special. And a throng of ravenous townspeople out of their minds with drug […]
Release Date: August 21, 2020Director: Richard TanneCast: Lili Reinhart, Austin Abrams, Sarah JonesStudio: Page Fifty-Four PicturesDistributor: Amazon StudiosSpoilers: MediumIMDB| Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia Rating: ★★★★☆ Chemical Hearts is a teenage love story. But more than that, it’s a story about recovering from trauma. Grace (Reinhart) was in a car accident with her boyfriend, and he didn’t survive. She […]
Release Date: August 14, 2020Director: Amanda McBaine, Jesse MossStudio: Concordia Studio, Mile End FilmsDistributor: A24, Apple TV+Spoilers: N/AIMDB| Rotten Tomatoes | Wikipedia Rating: ★★★☆☆ Nerdophiles Review: Oh, this is a tough one. I have a lot of feelings about this documentary, and I think most of them can be categorized as ‘deep concern for the future of our democracy.’ […]
Quintessence weaves a wonderful story of science, magic, friendship, and perseverance that young readers with a flair for whimsy will love.
When we look back at pieces of art that changed our entire society, we’re often dismayed to see our prejudices and societal failings on full display. I’ve been thinking a lot about The Birth of a Nation lately, and not just because Spike Lee recontextualized it in his remarkable BlacKkKlansman. […]
Title: Cruel ActsAuthor: Jane CaseyPub. Date: April 15, 2019Publisher: HarperCollins PublishersPages: 369Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, eBookFind it: Goodreads, Amazon, B&N Synopsis Review I’ve been in a mystery mood lately, and Cruel Acts scratched that itch. Cruel Acts is the 8th book in a police procedural series helmed by the meticulous female detective, Maeve Kerrigan. Though it’s the 8th in the […]
We are huge fans of First Second’s Science Comics series and we’ve really enjoyed their Maker Comics line as well. So we were overjoyed to learn about History Comics!
Hurry Up! is a great book to read with kiddos especially those that may seem stressed or overwhelmed by their day to day schedules and expectations.
Star Wars: Queen’s Peril Explores the Early Days of Amidala’s Reign – Including ‘The Phantom Menace’
E.K. Johnston’s Queen’s Shadow turned out to be one of my favorite new Star Wars novels and Queen’s Peril is the perfect follow up.