INTERVIEW WITH NATALIE WALTERS

Deadly Deceit (Harbored Secrets Book 2) Natalie Walters Revell Pub. November 5th, 2019 Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters is a story with a lot of mystery and action blended with some romance. As the chapters progress so does the suspense. The story starts out with an intense scene where the main heroine, Vivian DeMarco, finds her boss lying on the floor and just minutes away from death. Readers might remember her from the previous book, Living Lies, but in this novel, she more than redeems herself. She works with Deputy Ryan Frost who is assigned to investigate. After the death is ruled a murder, he and Vivian work together, searching for...

Film Review: CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

The days of being wowed merely by the arrival of a superhero movie are long gone. There was a time not long ago, that a super-powered slug-fest just showing up on the silver screen was reason enough to buy a ticket and cheer. But those days are long gone. Super-hero movies aren’t just expected, now they come in bunches. And if studios want to keep selling tickets, they know they’ve got to supply moviegoers with a quality product. Marvel Studios has been putting on a clinic in the proper way to do this since 2008’s IRON MAN. Right from the beginning, Marvel realized that for their movies to be successful, it was script first, casting second....

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER with Kate (and Dan) Mar27

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER with Kate (and...

::Kate tosses the remote over her shoulder; glass breaks in the background a la DAVID LETTERMAN:: K: I keep seeing these kickass promos on the tube for the new Captain America movie. I really liked the first one; it was like Indiana Jones tossed into a blender with the Rocketeer. But I ask you: what in hell is a “Winter Soldier?” Sounds like an army dude that works one season out of the year! D: Dude? Dude. DUUUDE! K: Knock it off. You haven’t talked like that in 15 years. D: Sorry. I watched ENCINO MAN yesterday. ::whispers:: BuuuDDDyyy…! K: I heard that. D: Sorry. K: You’re an idiot. D: I SAID I WAS SORRY. K: So really, what’s the dealio...

Early March – comics stack reviews Mar10

Early March – comics stack reviews

Here’s my take on some stuff I read from the last two weeks. The reviews are rather short and to the point, but I enjoyed them all excpet one and would recommend each of these titles (excpet the one). All Star Batman and Robin #9 DC Comics This is like an extreme sports version of the dark knight and I am really enjoying it. Great artwork by Jim Lee with Frank Miller’s no holds barred writing is a great combination. This issue sees Batman and Robin knocking the hell out of Green Lantern, and doing it very calmly I might add. However at the end of the issue batman realizes maybe something is missing from Robin’s training… Cable #1...

Comic reviews from my recliner

This week has been hot, humid and long. Last weekend threw off my sleep patterns something awful so I’ve spent the last week on my butt reading and watching DVDs, mainly Smallville, Heroes and Dexter. (all of them are wonderful) Here’s what I enjoyed this week. The Boys #10 Dynamite Comics One of my new favorite titles from Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. #10 wraps up the latest arc as they find the killer of Stephen Rubinstien and a form of justice is done. I love the ending and that it feels rather poetic and sad at the same time. Wee Hughie is getting more comfortable with his role in the group, but we’ll see how long that...