Surfacing Margaret Atwood Review

Surfacing Margaret Atwood Review

An unnamed narrator, her new lover Joe, and a married couple, David and Anna, travel into the Canadian wilderness in search of the narrator’s missing father. They come across his abandoned home and settle down as the narrator moves through nostalgic memories of childhood and unspecific memories of her recently failed marriage. As they move …

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Review of Resident Evil 7

Resident Evil 7 Review

Mia Winters, the wife of Ethan Winters, suddenly goes missing while on a trip. Years later, after being presumed dead, Ethan receives a suspicious message that she needs to be picked up at the Baker Estate, a large house in rural Louisiana. Soon after arriving and after making his way through a suspiciously decrepit and …

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The End of the Road Review

The End of the Road Review and Analysis

Jacob Horner, stressed beyond belief, sat down at a train station one day and was unable to move for the entire night. He sat there unwilling to admit paralysis. In the morning, a Doctor passed by and immediately knew what to do. He recruited Jacob to attend a meeting with him at his clinic, and …

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Resident Evil 6 Review

Resident Evil 6 Review

The Racoon City Incident is happening again, now on a worldwide scale. This time, everyone is involved. Leon takes it upon himself to track down Simon, one of the causes of this catastrophe. Chris arrives in China to put down the rebel insurgence and track down Ada. Sherry Birkin (the little girl from Resident Evil …

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Metzengerstein Analysis

Metzengerstein Analysis and Review

Edgar Allen Poe published Metzengerstein, his first short story, in 1832. It was a Gothic tale of the supernatural which both used and satirized traditional German Gothic horror elements. It’s a story of prophecy, overcoming death, and pride. Two houses in Hungary have been pitted against each other – the Metzengersteins and the Berlifitzings. A …

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Dhalgren Review

Dhalgren Review and Analysis

The city of Bellona lies dying at the center of America. There has been some event that left it in this state, uncommunicative with the outside world as those other cities around it move on through normal day-to-day life. A young man who has forgotten his name and his past, soon to be dubbed The …

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Satantango Movie Review

Satantango Movie Review

Satantango opens with a man staring out a window. He looks out, and back in, out, and in again. Minutes pass in this scene in real-time, and when he moves away from the window, the camera holds still, no people in sight, for minutes more. Through this, a distant sound is heard – the mixture …

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Resident Evil 5 Review

Resident Evil 5 Review

It is here that stories begin to merge. Chris pairs with Sheva to find what is going on in Africa where he discovers that Jill, who we have not seen since Resident Evil 3, may still be alive. As they trek deeper into the mystery surrounding the parasite-infected citizens of the African town, Leon’s story …

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Resident Evil 4 Review

Resident Evil 4 Review

Leon, a federal agent who survived the Racoon City Incident in Resident Evil 2, has been sent to a rural village in Spain to investigate the kidnapping of Ashley Graham, the daughter of the President of the United States. He is driven out to the village by a couple of Spanish policemen and is left …

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Bloodborne review

Bloodborne Review

A world reminiscent of Victorian England, home to massive Gothic architecture, is now in lockdown for the night of the Hunt. Beasts and madmen roam the streets attacking any still sane thing within sight. Your character, a hunter, is tasked with moving through the streets to rid them of these beasts and protect the citizens …

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