Manda’s Wrestling Spotlight: Barrington Hughes

It’s no secret, I love pro wrestling. I make sure that it’s the first thing new people know about me because well, it’s a huge part of my life. Like everyone else, I have my own opinions about who I think is great, what promotion is delivering an excellent product, and whose event I’m looking…

The Hunt (2020) [MOVIE REVIEW]

Imagine being hunted for sport. Yeah, I wouldn’t want to imagine it either, but I will watch a movie about people getting hunted for sport. That leaves me with Craig Zobel’s The Hunt (2020) which was a movie that left me feeling satisfied. The black comedic thriller packs a provocative punch for your mind to…

Baby Kolby is Born! The Sims 4 Legacy Challenge Episode 3

Hi Simmers! Welcome back to another Sims 4 legacy challenge episode starring my Sim Jhett Jaguar. In todayʻs episode we follow up with Jhett and Nathaniel as they welcome their new baby Kolby to the world. Make sure to hit those “Like” and “Subscribe” buttons so that youʻre updated on all the new episodes of…

Rest Stop (2006) [MOVIE REVIEW]

I love road trips. I love hitting the open road with great company on hand heading towards some sort of epic event. What I don’t love are those creepy abandoned rest stops along the road that you would wisely choose to continue driving by. The main characters in John Shiban’s Rest Stop (2006) didn’t think…

Would You Rather (2012) [MOVIE REVIEW]

We all like to enjoy a nice game of something like Cards Against Humanity or similar after a dinner party with friends, but I don’t think the dinner party game in David Guy Levy’s Would You Rather (2013). Although party games are fun, I think I’ll go ahead and pass on this particular game. This…

Let the Right One In (2008) [MOVIE REVIEW]

Childhood romances are supposed to be special, especially when your first romance is with a vampire. Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In (2008) is a slow build horror classic that creatively tells a vampire story. It was a horror movie that I was quite fond of due to its cinematography and setting. Our female…

Quarantine (2008) [MOVIE REVIEW]

I think now in these times we can all relate to being stuck indoors. So it made sense that I watched John Erick Dowdle’s Quarantine (2008). This was a solid found footage film that does its job at being scary. Also, the main character is a woman which is a treat for us here at…