Friday, 10 July 2020

Book Blogger Hop - July 10th - 16th


Welcome to the Book Blogger Hop! 


If you want to schedule next week's post in advance, click here for the future prompts. To submit a prompt, please fill out this form.

The Book Blogger Hop now has its own Facebook Group! Please join the group to get all the newest Book Blogger Hop updates and communicate with other book bloggers.

What To Do


1. Post an answer for the prompt.

If you can recommend a book from the following genres, what would they be? Romance, NR, YR, or Fantasy.
This week's prompt submitted by Tabatha @ Broken Soul Reviews.


2. Enter your Name/Nickname @ Blog Name and the direct URL to your post answering this week’s question linky list widget. Here's an example: Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer

3. Please visit other blogs on the list and leave a comment on their BBH post.

Blu-ray Review - The Contractor / The Fan


There’s been a space in my life without an MLB season this year; though there’s a brief season starting later this month. We must see what happens with it.

Speaking of baseball, the other night I watched the underrated 1996 thriller The Fan starring Wesley Snipes and Robert De Niro. Snipes stars as Bobby Rayburn, the centerfielder for the San Francisco Giants. With a $40 million price tag, everyone is expecting Rayburn to take the team to the World Series. Unfortunately, Rayburn goes on the worst hitting slump in his career. De Niro plays a diehard Giants fan, Gil Renard, who becomes obsessed with Rayburn.

Sunday, 5 July 2020

Sunday Post - Dune, Foxworth, and Star Trek


Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer!

Good Afternoon, Everyone!


Did anyone notice that I skipped last week's Sunday Post?

Well, technically, I haven't posted a Sunday Post in three weeks, though I did put up a Monday Morning Madness on June 22nd. My life has been hectic for the past month and I've fallen a bit behind on reviews. Currently, I have 11 or 12 DVDs/Blu-rays and 8 paperbacks piled up on desk that I need to write reviews for, as well as several eBooks on my Kindle. My lack of time isn't my only excuse. There have been multiple internet outages and computer update issues, so when I did have free time, I couldn't post anything.

Saturday, 4 July 2020

The Midnight Horror Review - Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974)



The Midnight Horror Review is back! Well, I didn’t really go anywhere. Because of an internet outage, I couldn’t post last week’s review. Yeah, it sucked.

I had planned on reviewing a different movie, but Hulu included Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter in their fresh batch of titles. I can never say no to watching a Hammer flick, so that’s what I’m reviewing tonight - 1974’s B-Movie - Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter.

Friday, 3 July 2020

Book Blogger Hop - July 3rd - 9th


Welcome to the Book Blogger Hop! 


If you want to schedule next week's post in advance, click here for the future prompts. To submit a prompt, please fill out this form.

The Book Blogger Hop now has its own Facebook Group! Please join the group to get all the newest Book Blogger Hop updates and communicate with other book bloggers.

What To Do


1. Post an answer for the prompt.

What book or books got a lot of hype, but were a disappointment for you?
This week's prompt submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews.


2. Enter your Name/Nickname @ Blog Name and the direct URL to your post answering this week’s question linky list widget. Here's an example: Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer

3. Please visit other blogs on the list and leave a comment on their BBH post.

The Friday 56 - Shadows of Foxworth by V.C.Andrews (Andrew Neiderman)

Rules

Grab a book, any book.
Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.
Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it).
Post it.
 Add your (URL) post below in the Linky at: www.fredasvoice.com
Add the post URL, not your blog URL.

Wednesday, 1 July 2020

DVD Review - The Girl In The Crawlspace (2018)


I forced myself to rewatch the horrible so-called horror flick The Girl in the Crawlspace, just so I could reboot my memory before I wrote this review. It’s an ITN Distribution title that Mill Creek Entertainment released on DVD earlier this year.

Written and directed by John Oak Dalton, The Girl in the Crawlspace features a cast of nobodies that cannot act. It's like the casting director grabbed random people from off the street, gave them a dollar, and told them to read a few lines from a script that took five minutes to write. Yes, it's that bad!