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Breaks volume 1

by Deepdarkredon 02/08/2020
”A love story…but a little broken. Everyone wears a mask. What we see of people on the surface is so rarely what’s ticking underneath. And, in Cortland Hunt’s case, what he’s hiding might just be more than Ian Tanner is prepared for.”

Hamilton – The movie coming to Disney+

by Deepdarkredon 23/06/2020
On May 12th, 2009, Lin Manuel Miranda performed ”Alexander Hamilton” at the White House Poetry Jam, to some chuckles, to some random claps. Hardly anyone knew at the time that Hamilton, the musical will take the world by storm. With a pitch that promised historical events, but told in a completely different way than before […]

Breaks 2: Truth and Dare – now available

by Deepdarkredon 23/06/2020
In a world hungry for more diverse reads, Breaks bring us ‘the story of two young men discovering who they were, who they are, and who they will become. It’s a love story…but a bit broken.‘ Appealing to the LGBT+ audiences and more, Breaks promises a romance story that slowly unfolds in three separate arcs. […]

Mary Poppins Returns…

by Deepdarkredon 12/03/2018
In a world full of adaptations, remakes, sequels and revivals, I have to admit that the return of Mary Poppins is the one thing I am actually looking forward too. Last week’s Oscars saw the release of the first teaser trailer of the heavily anticipated (at least by me) return of the best nanny a […]

Porcelaine 3 – Mère

by Deepdarkredon 25/02/2018
Good news to all Francophones and Francophiles! The third issue of Porcelain, one of Improper Books’ best known works is now available in French via Éditions Delcourt. Available since the 21st of February, the third installment of this compelling story will most definite cause the same uproar as the previous two installments. Improper Books, which through […]

Bright – or not so bright

by Deepdarkredon 02/01/2018
According to Max Landis, Bright had the potential to become his Star Wars, but as he wrote the movie, let’s say he is biased. Since I am biased myself, I will have to say that while the movie had potential to be something memorable, it failed spectacularly. The general premise of the movie revolves around the idea […]

Hallows Fell – a horror story

by Deepdarkredon 19/11/2017
Hallows Fell, created by Thom Burgess and illustrated by Izzy Stanic, depicts a story that combines modern life and old time superstition in a seamless blend. Old stories of hags that yearn for some fresh blood are common in most places, tales to keep the children inside after dark, yet in this instance, they turn […]

Syfy’s Ghost Wars

by Deepdarkredon 10/11/2017
Ghost Wars is one of the latest SyFy shows to come out this fall. With 6 episodes under the belt already, the show has had time to both find its footing and an audience, but what is Ghost Wars all about? And is it worth the watch? To answer the first question, the show is […]

Edgar Allan Poe invites you to…

by Deepdarkredon 10/12/2016
A few months ago Shipwrecked Comedy started airing on their YouTube channel the above mentioned Murder Mystery Dinner Party. Eleven webisodes of authors getting brutally murdered, with a strangely comedic twist. Personally, I was late to the party – some pun intended – a bit more than it’s usually fashionable, however once I got there, […]

Porcelain: Ivory Tower – free preview

by Deepdarkredon 12/11/2016
A few years back Improper Books published the first part of the Porcelain saga: Porcelain – A Gothic Fairytale. The story continued in Bone China and (not soon enough) the third part will be released. Porcelain: Ivory Tower won’t hit the shelves until the summer of 2017, however a free preview became available for fans […]