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Review: The Blackcoat’s Daughter


The Blackcoat’s Daughter is a slow-paced, mysterious narrative where you need to figure out for yourself how the pieces fits together. It’s not a type of horror movie that relies on sudden increases of audio volume and other clichés associated with horror movies (OK, maybe there’s one which I mention at the end of the next paragraph). Instead working on a shock-value and a jump-scare...

The Couple Next Door by Sheri Lapena (Review)


The Couple Next Door is an excellent mystery and thriller which is about parents whose 6-month-old baby has been kidnapped while they were on a party next door. While the criminal is being investigated by the police everything is revealed through narratives which are told through eyes of different characters and confrontations with each other. Police involvement in book is therefore useless, it...

Review of All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr


All the Light We Cannot See is a book by Anthony Doerr, set in World War 2 and tells the seperate story of two children, Marie-Laure from Paris and Werner from Germany. Marie-Laure is a blind 6-year-old who lives with her father and they move to Saint-Malo to her great-uncle when Germany attacks Paris. Werner is an orphan living with his sister in orphanage led by Frenchwoman who gets interested...

Doctor Who “Midnight”


Midnight is a 10th episode from 4th season of Doctor Who which I’ve been watching for the past months and really stood from other episodes (there are actually lot of great episodes in the series). I enjoyed the episode because Entity featured in an episode was scary – first repeating words from other person, than synchronously talking with them. The only episode before when things...

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