Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Annabelle Creation 2017 Movie Review


Movie Review for Annabelle Creation (2017)

It’s common that many people think of horror movie sequels as a horror story themselves. Let’s be honest, most sequels are awful! However, when it comes to 2017 “Annabelle Creation,” director David F. Sandberg got it right. This film was not only a look into the origin of the Annabelle doll, but gave look into how a true evil was born.

Though movie fans might have felt left underwhelmed by “The Conjuring 2,” it seems they can retrieve their joy again with this year’s Annabelle flick. In the beginning of the film viewers find themselves meeting a set of young girls in a group home. Their new group home however, happens to be unbeknownst to them, a haunted house. Led bySister Charlotte the girls are a variety of ages, up to at least 14. Janice (Taliha Bateman) who has polio, and her best friend Linda (Lulu Wilson) are the main focus at first, as they are the youngest. 


Monday, May 25, 2020

Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

 
Whether we want to admit it or not, we've all had those moments where the green eyed monster reared its ugly head. We've sat there and tried our best to ignore it, and we've even tried to just let it go and move on. However, let's be realistic....there are times when we all feel that way. 

A while back a friend and I actually had a discussion that helped our friendship grow. To this day I am thankful that she was open and honest with me about things. What could the problem really be, you ask?. I was jealous of her, and she knew it. Not only was this jealousy affecting our friendship, but it was causing me to not like myself very much either.


Friday, May 15, 2020

Blog Milestone: 75,000 Visits


ALMOST THERE.


I'm so close to my goal for this year of reaching 100,000 views total on my blog. I know that might not seem like a whole lot, but considering I've only got a couple followers...I'll take it. I write a little bit of everything on this blog. It's a place where I like to share fun stuff I find. A place for people to find reviews of oddball movies some might not think to talk about. It's a place where I can be myself, and express myself. Most importantly, it's something I enjoy doing. Thank you, for reading.

I feel blessed that my little blog project has made it as far as it has. Throughout the years I've found myself finding a voice again when it comes to my writing. I would like to personally thank you all for all the many page views I have received. As my blog grows, so do I.

Since I was a kid I've wanted to share my craft and words with everyone and anyone who would listen. I've always enjoyed writing, and it's never once stopped. As I've grown older, I've created projects throughout platforms of writing. I've done article writing for web content, creative writing projects, poetry, long prose, a novella, and a few chapters of a rough novel. That novel is definitely a work in progress, but it's something I hope to finish someday. Even if only three people read it, at least it will be mine. I've always wanted to have my name in writing, and be an author.

No matter how far I go, I want to thank all of you for being here with me. 

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Throwback Thursday: Zombie Crawl

Since this year has been all but bombarded by #Covid19, a lot of the world has found itself at a halt. I decided, why not take a look at something I did a few years ago for Throwback Thursday? There have been a lot of things in my life that I will remember, but going on a 5k fun run for the Zombie Crawl was probably one of my best memories. Of course, after the 5k we went home and got ready for the Zombie Crawl itself, which was even more fun of course.

I need to do another one of these 5k events. Not only was it a lot of fun but it was an adventure getting ready for it. Finding fake blood a couple weeks before Halloween is not as easy as it seems.  Sara did my makeup and hers for this event and then again later on for the evening.

The best part of this picture is that I look like I'm about to eat her brains.



Have you all ever done a 5k? 

Friday, May 8, 2020

Freshen Up Your Kitchen

Spring is here and it's time to start to clean the house up for yourself and your state of mind. I don't know about you guys but I really love having an extra clean house during the warmer months. I can't explain it, it's just a really nice feeling.

If you're here looking for ways to keep your home from being cluttered, you're in the right place. Here is a great how to on spring cleaning.


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Monday, May 4, 2020

Sunday, May 3, 2020

Five must see Halloween Films

Halloween is a time filled with laughter, joy and trick or treating. With that in mind, sometimes it is nice as a single person or a family to stay in and have a movie night. Popular Halloween films, both classic and new, can be viewed during Halloween or at any time of the year. These five films can be found online, at a local movie shop, or available through iTunes.



*The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!*

This Halloween classic involves Peanuts favorites, Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy and Sally. In this tale Linus searches for The Great Pumpkin, and hopes to prove to the other kids that he does exist. Meanwhile Charlie Brown is invited off to a Halloween party by a friend, Peppermint Patty.

“It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!” was debuted in 1966 written by Charles M. Schulz. It is a short film of about 25 minutes that the whole family will enjoy. Truly a classic, this TV film short, is a surefire hit for any Halloween movie night.