Poison (Tales from the Kingdoms, #1)

YOU THINK YOU KNOW THE STORY… Once upon a time, in a kingdom far, far away, a handsome prince rescues a beautiful princess from the machinations of her wicked stepmother, sweeps her onto his white horse and rides off into the sunset. Well, not quite. Snow White as the innocent victim? Prince Charming as the dashing hero? Love at first sight? Happily ever after? In Sarah Pinborough’s...[Read More]

Poison (Tales from the Kingdoms, #1) Review

Titan Books has just re-published Sarah Pinborough’s fantastic Tales from the Kingdoms series, and here we have the first in the trilogy called Poison. In this book we find the normal fairy tale surrounding Snow White, but it has many twists on it!

Friday Flicks: ‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ (2000) Movie Review

How The Grinch Stole Christmas is a great family film for the holiday season.  This week’s Friday Flick will review the movie and go over the story.  Keep reading to view the review of this film.

Friday Flick ‘Krampus’ Movie Review

This week’s Friday Flick brings us another Christmas movie but a different take on the Holiday itself.  Krampus is a horror, Christmas story and if you keep reading you can view the review of the movie!

The Art of Ferdinand

Set in the fabulously colorful world of modern day Spain, Ferdinand is the story of a gentle giant who is nothing like you would expect. Ferdinand’s life of leisure on the family farm is disrupted when he is taken to a school for fighting bulls, where his kind and peaceful manner is at odds with that of his compatriots. With the help of a neurotic goat named Lupe and a team of crazy hedgehogs, he ...[Read More]

The Art of Ferdinand Review

Titan Books has just launched a new art book, The Art of Ferdinand, a perfect companion book to have alongside the new animated movie. Developed by Tara Bennett with a forward written by the director, Carlos Saldanha. Check out the details of the book along with some preview images here!

The Art of Star Trek: The Kelvin Timeline

From one of the most famous franchises ever to hit our screens has come a new smash-hit trilogy of movies for the 21st century. Set in the alternate Kelvin timeline, Star Trek (2009), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)and Star Trek Beyond (2016) tell the story of the U.S.S. Enterpriseand its crew, lead by brazen Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) and his Vulcan science officer Spock (Zachary Quinto). ...[Read More]

The Art of Star Trek: The Kelvin Timeline Review

Titan Books has just developed a new Star Trek themed book with Jeff Bond, all about the art and design of the new movies featuring Chris Pine as Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock. What is formally known as the Kelvin Timeline is rich in new stories and adventures for the crew. Take a peek into The Art of Star Trek: The Kelvin Timeline here!

Star Wars Battlefront II Review

Battlefront II comes with a new story which features some great characters from the Star Wars Universe. It also offers many multiplayer modes that players can choose from and complete many different missions. It also features an Arcade mode which offers single player or split screen playing against AI enemies or against each other. After completing the campaign, playing a lot of multiplayer action...[Read More]

Friday Flicks: ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Movie Review

This week’s Friday Flicks brings us a unique story of a Halloween King wanting to take of as being Santa Claus.  To get the movie review for The Nightmare Before Christmas, keep reading.

John Green’s ‘Turtles All The Way Down’ Could Become a Movie!

John Green is in talks again with Fox about potentially making his newest fantastic novel Turtles All The Way Down into a motion picture. The only catch is this book is very close to Green’s heart, and on a very personal subject of mental illness.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins Review

Assassin’s Creed is a well-known game franchise that most players have come to love.  They usually bring an amazing story, great graphics, and fun gameplay.  The newest to the franchise is Assassin’s Creed: Origins, and let me tell you after 35 hours of gameplay to play the story was intense and emotional.  You come to love the character you play and what he does for the story and his people, whil...[Read More]

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