UPDATED: Check the bottom for extra additions Spoiler Warning Star Trek: Beyond is the third instalment of the rebooted Film series and the 13th overall, this time, directed by Justin Lin instead of JJ Abrams and written by Simon Pegg and Doug Jung. 50 Years, 13 Films, 5 series and one of the most beloved … More 50 Years Young: A review of Star Trek: Beyond
I went into Midnight Special knowing that it was a small Sci-Fi Film with a kid who resembled a young Cyclops from X-Men and despite hoping that I would love it, I came away none the wiser to what it actually was about and frankly complete underwhelmed.
The sand was cool inside the wreckage, cool and smooth and almost silky. The sun had fallen below the horizon a couple of hours ago and despite planning to be awake, Leelah Chaplin was not. Above her, beyond the cold and rough metal of the downed vessel was a blanket of stars that went on … More Creative Writing 4: Glass Town – Adaline
It’s not a sequel, it’s a blood relative. For the last two months, ever since the surprise release of the trailer in January, the only thing we’ve found out about the debut feature from director Dan Trachtenberg was that it only bared a whisper of a resemblance to the 2008 hit. It’s still produced by J.J. … More Going Underground: A review of 10 Cloverfield Lane
Presented in chronological order, to uncover the buried. An extract from ‘The Climatology and Ecology of Plainvale 1st Edition’ by Elbert Kinlow – 30 Years ago Population: 4, 982, 526 Though Plainvale is regarded as the fourth largest state, Human dwellings have covered only 12% of its land, with a further 17% taken up by … More Creative Writing 3: Glass Town – Plainvale
Please visit my latest post’Creative Writing 4: Glass Town – Adaline’ and tell me what you thought 🙂 My schedule for my forthcoming creative writing. The plan is to post the entire ‘Glass Town’ story in parts, around 5. Each part will contain 10 pieces of writing and will be spread out over the weeks … More Creative Writing Plan
The burnt ridge in the north caught the wind every once in a while and for an hour or two ash appeared to be raining down onto the streets of Truman. As Leelah stood at the edge of town, the sand lapping at her ankles in the bluster, she placed the goggles she had fashioned … More Creative Writing 2 – Glass Town: Between the Dunes