Today, I’d like to present some more covers, though these are geared specifically towards driving fear into the souls of homebodies and introverts.
Forget an apple a day, a horror movie a day is what’s REALLY good for you.
Coming this October!
As a longtime practitioner of the art of fiction writing and a committed reader of the works of others, I have been thinking a great deal about the impact of the proliferating film/TV industry on the future of reading.
1. If you ask to borrow someone’s Netflix account and they don’t text back for over an hour, take that as a “no.” They probably didn’t want to feel bad for having to actually reject you, so take that silence…
Binge-watching TV. We’re all guilty of it. Let’s be real: it’s wonderful and comforting and the ultimate stress reliever. But as rewarding as it feels to complete all six seasons of your favorite show in an epic marathon week, there is other stuff to do in this world.
Binge-watching is an activity you can do alone, or with a significant other, as it’s an amazingly cheap date. But unfortunately, science has come up with a binge buzzkill.
In 2012, Ross published a book called “The Science Behind Jurassic Park”, which spent a remarkable twelve weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.
This summer, I watched all of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia in less than two weeks. That’s over 100 episodes.