Life After is a podcast that came out about a year ago. This podcast includes tons of twists and turns that I’m sure any audience member will enjoy. This story begins in present day time. The main character’s, Ross Barnes, wife passes away. She was an avid user of this social media site called Voice Tree. This site allows someone to post voice recordings, kind of like a daily recap of that day or of a moment. Fast forward eight months, Ross is addicted to listening to her posts. One day her account is deleted and something incredible happens. His wife comes to life and is able to communicate with him magically through his phone. But this might not be the best thing that happens. I don’t want to give anything up, but I suggest watching this podcast, it is a 10/10 . There are 10, 30 minute episodes. Life After is recommended for any kind of viewer. The twists and turns will leave you so mind boggled that you will have no idea what’s going to happen until they really do happen. Oh, and the ending…HOLY COW. If that doesn’t make you want to listen to this thriller, then you are so missing out.
by Shaun Goforth,
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The hot topic in entertainment is the new adaptation of Stephen King’s book, “IT.” This thriller hit the big screen on September 8th. I was one of the lucky spectators able to see “IT” opening night in a sold out showing. Lines were out the door, not just on opening night, but multiple nights after. This movie is estimated to keep having excellent ticket sales for weeks to come.
Those who have read the book can testify that the 2017 version did the book justice. This thriller is about a group of kids getting terrorized by a clown named Pennywise. Pennywise manifests into the kids’ greatest fears, allowing him to grow stronger as he continues to torture them with their darkest terrors and phobias. It is legend that every twenty-seven years Pennywise returns to bring his wrath back to the town of Berry. Is this why it took twenty-seven years for the remake of the 1990 version of this movie?
The cast was phenomenal. Even though this thriller has intense scenes, the screenwriter was able to lighten the mood through comedic lines that the boys delivered with perfect timing. This movie also did a fantastic job portraying the eighties. There is no comparison from the 1990 adaptation to the 2017 version. The acting was not only superb, but the cinematography was tremendous. With new technology, audience members are able to experience an even darker, realistic side of Stephen King’s novel.
During the movie, plenty of viewers had to look away. People could not help from retaining their freight with the jump scare scenes at every turn. I’m not going to tell you how scary this movie is; that is a judgement you will have to make after you have seen “IT,” for yourself.