Do you need writing inspiration? Here are my creative writing tips that will help create unforgettable and beautiful stories.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has always had a strong formula, and I am now sick of it. Here’s why.
Perfect for those writing speculative fiction.
Maybe the writer had the wrong political opinions. Or, maybe there was a rape scene. Maybe there wasn’t enough female characters or *insert minority here*. Either way- the crime of being problematic is enough to be ‘cancelled.’ It’s as if that writers must write in a politically correct way if they don’t want to deal with the backlash of entitled fans. Frankly, it’s boring.
From lavish melodramas, to indie cinema, to European tragedies- here’s to the movies that make you cry. Some in a good and heartfelt way, and others are plain depressing. So grab the tissues, and here’s are some of the movies that could make you cry!
As we can tell from the trailer, Stranger Things Season Three looks promising: epic moments, heartfelt relationships, character journeys and a nice soundtrack. Here’s what needs to happen.
June. A month where I’m hardly at university, the weather is cold, and it’s the perfect time to curl inside and read a good book. Yes, I may not read all of these novels, yet I believe they are the books to read in June. Because of that, I will share the books I will read in June.
I am a fan of the Star Wars movies, but I am cynical about the direction Lucasfilm has taken. I did not hate The Last Jedi as much as others- yet I noticed the flaws that ruined a potentially fantastic film.
Season Two gives the audience what they love- the rich dynamic between Villanelle and Eve- yet this season doesn’t reach the heights that the first one did.
So, the latest teaser for BBC & HBO’s “His Dark Materials” is here, the new show based of Philip Pullman’s beloved trilogy. To be honest, I’m feeling a bit cold.