My last post for the year. No worries, there’ll be more bad movie reviews, discovering of Oregon, and fun stuff in 2015.
Here’s a bit of fun…
Jurassic World, Coming this summer:
Woo hoo! Dinosaurs eating people! My favorite kind of movie!
And the park is open! Visit it for yourself!
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, Coming December 2015 – groaning about a whole year.
Black Friday Trailer:
Let’s Go Retro!
For a bit of fun, visit Pulp-O-Mizer and create old time science fiction magazines. Here’s one I did:
and now for something a bit more cultural, some time with T. B. Markinson…
Claudia Must Die
Let’s learn a little more about Claudia. Shall we?
Your main character Claudia is sucked into a vortex and finds him/herself in a computer game. Is he/she the hero or the villain? What is his/her objective in the game?
Oh, this is a tough one, since Claudia thinks she’s innocent, even when she is guilty as hell. Everything is about Claudia. However, to answer this question honestly, I would have to say she’s a villain. Claudia’s objective is to kill her doppelganger and take over her life.
You versus Claudia – favorite movie.
My favorite movie is Bringing Up Baby, a 1938 classic starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. Claudia will tell you, not to waste your time with my movie. Who cares about black and white films? Pa-lease!
Her favorite film is Pretty Woman. She thought she found her Prince Charming when she married a rich man, but her fairytale ending turned out to be a nightmare. She still hopes for a happy ending, though, no matter what the cost.
What band/song would Claudia obsess over?
Claudia obsesses over two songs. When she’s feeling down, she listens to ‘Wrecking Ball’ by Miley Cyrus. Her favorite line is “All you ever did was break me.” However, when she’s feeling powerful she loves to blast Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ and oh boy does she love to roar right along with the song.
Claudia doesn’t feel like herself anymore—she feels like prey. Her husband’s hired goons have stalked her all the way to Boston and will only stop their pursuit once she is dead.
Divorce is not an option. Instead, she has stolen a bunch of her man’s money to disappear into another life.
In order for Claudia to live, someone else must die. A lookalike college student becomes the target capable of freeing her from an awful marriage.
The plan goes horribly awry. Instead of murdering Claudia’s double, the assassins shoot the woman’s lover who is the cousin of a powerful Irish mobster. Claudia becomes hunted by all involved. Can she survive? Should she?
T. B. Markinson is an American writer, living in England. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling around the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in England, or taking the dog for a walk. Not necessarily in that order. T. B. has published A Woman Lost, Marionette, and Confessions From A Coffee Shop.
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