The sun is dying.
The temperature around the world is rising by the hour with no sign of any respite. At this rate the planet will soon become uninhabitable; all life extinguished. It might be weeks away, it might be days… we may only have hours remaining. Society is crumbling. The burning world is descending into chaos.
Katie McKinney compares book to TV show of Charlaine Harris’ Midnight, Texas series.
AJ Yates reviews 30 Days of Night by Steve Niles.
Set in Hawkins in the fall of 1984, the story continues as supernatural forces once again begin to affect the town. While the season services the first season’s core cast and characters first and foremost,several new characters are introduced: tomboy Max and her older step-brother Billy, a woman named Kali connected to Hawkins Lab, RadioShack manager Bob Newby, Department of Energy agent Dr. Owens and disgraced journalist-turned-conspiracy theorist Murray Bauman.
Katie Pugh reviews the film Train to Busan. As a group of people – including an estranged father and his daughter, a pregnant woman and her husband, and two high school sweethearts – board a train heading to the busy city of Busan, it seems that it will be a normal journey. And perhaps it would be, if not for the outbreak that ravages the coutryside surrounding them and begins to infect the other passengers…