Book Review – The Silvered

Steve Taylor Bryant reviews The Silvered...The Empire has declared war on the small, were-ruled kingdom of Aydori, capturing five women of the Mage-Pack, including the wife of the were Pack-leader. With the Pack off defending the border, it falls to Mirian Maylin and Tomas Hagen—she a low-level mage, he younger brother to the Pack-leader—to save... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Raven’s Cabin

@opiniongeeks gets the keys to Raven's Cabin...Raven's Cabin is about groups of teenagers being taken off the streets, blindfolded and delivered to a cabin in the Australian bush. These teenagers are troublemakers and the cabin is a sort of behavioural army facility with guards that bully the kids into behaving themselves and modify their behaviour.... Continue Reading →

TV Review – Bates Motel, Season 2 Finale

Steve Taylor-Bryant books a late check-out and gives us his thoughts on the season finale of Bates Motel...Firstly my apologies. This review is extremely late and I could make up some wonderful alien-abduction type excuse, but the truth is I just didn't get time to watch the episode on preview or during transmission and have... Continue Reading →

TV Review – Bates Motel Season 2, Episode 7

Steve Taylor-Bryant checks back in to Bates Motel and reviews 'Presumed Innocent'...After the death of Cody's father at the end of last week's episode, this week slowed the pace back down as we see Cody and Norman being questioned by Sheriff Romero. Norma is purposely kept out of the conversation and the fact she appears... Continue Reading →

TV Review – Bates Motel Season 2 Episode 4

Ahead of tonight’s episode 5 Steve Taylor-Bryant recaps last week's enthralling chapter "Check Out"...After recovering from what must be the hangover of all hangovers, Dylan confronts Caleb about the incestuous rape of his mother and his own parentage and, whilst being his father seemed to surprise Caleb, the sexual activity involving brother and sister was... Continue Reading →

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