Cold Hard Cash by K.L. Hiers | Book Review

When you owe money to a powerful mafia kingpin, you find a way to pay it back or you get hurt, and the only thing twenty-six-year-old Jimmy Poe has to offer a man like Boss Cold is himself. Cold agrees to give Jimmy a chance to have his debt cancelled, but it will mean surrendering … Continue reading Cold Hard Cash by K.L. Hiers | Book Review

TV Review: Young Wallander (S2): Killer’s Shadow | I Still Like That Voice

Last season, I developed a fascination - some might call it weird - with our Title character's (Adam Palsson) speaking voice. I had forgotten about that and rereading my review of S1 I realized that I also noted it this time around. But I digress, in the sophomore season of Young Wallander - inspired by … Continue reading TV Review: Young Wallander (S2): Killer’s Shadow | I Still Like That Voice

Nightmare Alley (2022) | A Chilling Subtlety Worth Studying

Going in I didn't know what this movie was about, I was aware of its director Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy), and the star studded cast which includes Bradley Cooper (American Sniper), Cate Blanchett (Cinder, Button, Hobbits), Toni Collette (A Long Way Down), Willem Dafoe (No Way Home, John Carter), Rooney Mara (The Girl with the … Continue reading Nightmare Alley (2022) | A Chilling Subtlety Worth Studying

TV Review: Hawkeye (Season) | References and Emotional Arcs

Since his shadowy appearance in Thor (2011) Jeremy Renner's (The Hurt Locker) Clint Barton aka Hawkeye, has become a sometimes mocked but key member of the first six avengers. For some reason that didn't warrant a solo movie but a series introducing his replacement Kate Bishop, portrayed by Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, Dickinson). I'm not … Continue reading TV Review: Hawkeye (Season) | References and Emotional Arcs

Stay Close | Trailer

https://videopress.com/v/5gDxkTgr?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&controls=false&preloadContent=metadata Writer: Harlan Coben (Novel), Daniel BrocklehurstDirector: Lindy Heymann, Daniel O'HaraStars: Cush Jumbo, James Nesbitt, Richard Armitage, Eddie Izzard, Jo Joyner, Youssef Kerkour, Sarah Parish, Daniel Francis, Bethany Antonia  If you're interested in the source material, help us by getting them from the links below: