In human nature, there exists a morbid desire to explore a darker realm of life. We secretly thrive on that cool rush of fear because it keeps our hearts pumping and endorphins rushing, for it is an emotion that reminds us of our mortality. As sensitivity occurs in our nature of existence, we often […]Read More Author Analysis: Edgar Allen Poe and Stephen King: A comparison of their writing careers
Different shows have different takes on how a mystery will play out on television. Although there are still similarities we can still see some distinct differences. For CW/Netflix’s Riverdale, the main mystery of the show is who killed Jason Blossom. The show only has one season with 13 episodes, yet it solves the […]Read More An Analysis of a Television Show: Riverdale vs. Pretty Little Liars
Hugo is one of the movies that was originally a book. It is based on the award-winning book The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick. Hugo or The Invention of Hugo Cabret explores ideas that vary from the essence of time and memory to the history of movies. In the opening sequence […]Read More An Analysis of a Film/ Book: (mostly about the movie) Hugo: A Mystery within a Mystery
Every story has a different formula, It can be its strength or its weakness. The formula of mystery fiction is both a strength and a weakness of the said genre. Mystery fiction has a formula that starts with a tragic event that affects the protagonist, then some unanswered questions about the said event will rise, […]Read More Academic Question: Is the formula of mystery fiction a strength or weakness of the genre?
One Saturday Morning (March 18th), I was woken up by the smell of pancakes and bacon, and a greeting from a beautiful lady in front of me. She said, “Good morning babe!” And I replied with a smile, a kiss on her cheek, and I said: “Good morning, Babe!”. After we ate the food that […]Read More Micro-Fiction Mystery: Almost