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Thursday, June 14, 2018

My Current Favorite Local Hunk: Tony Labrusca

I saw Tony Labrusca for the first time during the Myx Awards and man, he's hot! And very cool to his fans 👄

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Movie Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe kept me at the edge of my seat!

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There's a good horror movie showing this week in local theaters called 'The Autopsy" but I'm afraid it will be pulled out immediately because nobody knows about it.
In fact, I had a 'private screening' of it in an SM theatre tonight, I was the only one watching - which made the experience even creepier.
I heard about the movie during the 2016 Toronto Film Festival which is one of the best barometers to measure whether a movie - horror or not - is worth watching. The TIFF has now become the Oscar barometer for nominations, and this movie had a solid screening there.
The whole set-up of the movie will already give you the creeps. The two main characters, a father and the son, both coroners - and played solidly by Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch (who is as cute as ever here!) come face to face with a beautiful corpse whose state of her innards do not match the flawlessness of her outward state.
In a way, it is a claustrophobic movie, as everything happens in the family morgue, and aside from the beautiful Jane Doe, there are three other corpses with them, which makes things even more creepy.
I've had to cover my eyes several times because the autopsy procedure is so graphic and I cannot bear to see so much blood and guts spilled around, even if I know in the back of my mind, they are just prosthetics.
The first hour is set up so fabulously but unfortunately, the climax was not like Get Out's which was a slam bang affair!
Recommended for watching with a date who also loves horror flicks.There are many scenes which may need some 'cuddle' moments.

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Lewis Tan: This Hunk is Driving Me Loco!

I don't really know much about Lewis Tan except that they say he's in Deadpool.  Ok, not quite the movie I enjoy watching.

Anyhow, this guy is a hunk! - in the truest sense of the word!  I couldn't get my mind out of him. It's Lewis Tan's face and body wherever I go now!

Whew!  Well, these attractions usually die down but man, Lewis, you're driving me nuts with how sexy you are!

Book Review: Philippa Gregory's The White Princess

Thanks to today's bed weather, I was able to finish, finally, Philippa Gregory's 'The White Princess'. This is apparently the fifth book in a set of books set in the Cousins' War in England's medieval times, but apparently, each book can stand on its own and you didn't have to read the earlier ones to know how the story flows.

When I first read it, I was a bit bothered by the weepy complaints of the lead character so at the 40th page, I stopped reading and even wanted to return the book to the library! But since I have never abandoned any fiction book, I reread it two weeks later and at a much faster pace, and much to my amazement, it turned out to be quite a page turner.

By reading this book, you get to realize, Prince Harry and her blushing bride were lucky to be royalty today, and not in 15th century England. Then, it was not unlikely for fathers to kill their sons, or brothers to kill their younger brothers, especially if they are in line to the throne. For the kings then, the only way to have a long reign, was to kill everyone that followed you on the bloodline - brother, son, notwithstanding.

So with that spine-tingling premise, the book navigates Henry of Tudor's reign in England with Elizabeth of York as her reluctant bride. Gregory is such a crafty writer that you think everything's sorted out now, then she unleashes, in the last fifty pages of the book, a twist that left me unable to leave the book unread!

So thanks to today's rains, instead of going out, finishing this book was a better idea, and allowing myself to be sucked into Elizabeth's world, was such a thrilling ride!

Can't wait to get my hands on another one of her novels, but which one? I should just eenie-meenie-meine-mo.....

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Book Review: The Seven Streets of Liverpool by Maureen Lee

My fascination with stories about people living during World War II continues and it's normally narrowed down to people living in continental Europe, usually France and Great Britain.
This time, Maureen Lee writes about the lives of the people living in Liverpool during the war in this aptly titled book "The Seven Streets of Liverpool" - Liverpudlians living with all the bombings and the food rations and having their men go off to war and their women working as nurses, secretaries and auxiliary officers.
It's a different world filled with fear of the unknown, never knowing when the war will end and having to live with the spectre of death just round the corner.
There are so many characters in the book it's so easy to get lost as to who's who so you'd have to have this idea that this is one community of families she is talking about so better to have that in mind as you read it.
Women play a very central role in most of her novels and here - there's a sorority of sisters helping each other - wives, widows, single mothers, young ingenues - all trying their best to keep their families together while their men are away.
Liverpool as well Ireland are two places I would want to visit soon because of all these fiction novels that I've read that have used them as settings for their stories.
Definitely something to look forward to!