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Saturday, 29 October 2016

11 Unsettling Movie Scenes That Got Under The Skin

Around Halloween, I’m always checking the listings to see what specials are going to be on. Perhaps something that Netflix can’t recommend me, or a classic I haven’t seen in awhile. With that in mind, it got me thinking of scenes which, for one reason or other, got under my skin...

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TV Retrospective: House

In light of the recent landing on Hollywood Boulevard of Hugh Laurie’s marbley star, I thought I’d take a look back at his most famed success, House. 

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TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 7 Premiere

Season 7 seemed a long way off back in April after the cliffhanger that was the season 6 finale. I hated that ending: all tension without a pay-off, and for me it was lazy writing. They had the opportunity to create a “Red Wedding” moment in the “Game of Thrones” vein...

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What would make No Man's Sky a better experience?

“No Man’s Sky.” Three little words that have become a byword for disappointment. Just Google it and what stands out is not the slew of complaints and controversy, which this article won’t go into, but the utter silence.


Westworld: The Good, the Bad, and the Robots

So here it is, another new TV show flying off the conveyer-belt. You’ve barely hungrily devoured “House” (4.9 hours of my life I’m reliably told), and now the familiar *beep* as another morsel of television somehow makes its way into your shopping bag...


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The Strain – TV Horror for Halloween You May Have Missed

Channel FX’s The Strain is one of those love-to-hate TV shows that you can pick on and tease, like a younger sibling. Not an episode goes by that I don’t comment snarkily as...

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Wednesday, 26 October 2016

New short story available on blog

Hi folks,

I've made a new short story available to read right here on the blog. To check it out, click on the Dawn tab above, or click here: https://adamjsmithauthor.blogspot.co.uk/p/dawn.html.

This is a sample of what can be expected in the eerie ghost novel Spirits of Eden, where the narrator is the frontier, watching a group of families as they try to survive for a television show (similar to Frontier House).

I hope you enjoy - if you check it out, do let me know what you think. It was submitted to various competitions, but you never get feedback from those!