REVIEWS

Who They Are: And What They’re Up to Review

Who They Are and What They’re up to is a book written by authors Leslie and Stephen Shaw who are lifelong armchair Ufologists. Utilising decades of research, Leslie and Stephen have wrote a fact driven account of UFO’s and attempt to answer some of the most important questions that surround …

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Panthera Britannia documentary review

We have all heard about big cats that roam the British countryside. Black panthers, leopards, pumas and other species of large felines have all been spotted prowling over fields and through trees for many years but are they actually big exotic cats or could they be hybrid species or alien …

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The Phoenix Incident review

Scored 7/10 by MegaFlix Film Awards The 2016 debut feature film of renowned video game director Keith Arem is currently enjoying a second tour of the film festival circuit after garnering critical acclaim the first time round. The story uses the real events of 13th March 1997 in Phoenix, Arizona as the …

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Jack Osbourne’s Haunted Homecoming

Jack Osbourne has a new three part series on Discovery+ that premiered on Sunday October 2nd, Jack Osbourne’s Haunted Homecoming. In this mini series Jack returns home to some of his childhood haunts in Buckinhamshire UK, to investigate and unearth the secrets behind the history and folklore of the spooky …

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Tea With The Reaper – A rip-roaring mockumentary

Written and directed by Ryan Simons and produced by Jamie Cymbal and Morgan Wilson, ‘Tea With The Reaper’ is a phantasmic rip-roaring mockumentary about the capers and mishaps of a pair of hapless paranormal researchers. Bursting with a tonne of well-timed gags and jokes that all land on the bullseye, …

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The Hunters Anthology Review

The Hunters Anthology is a five episode supernatural mystery/thriller that has recently been launched on Amazon Prime and Tubi TV. The first episode opens with a mysterious guy dressed like a cowboy walking along the streets of New York in a somewhat Clint Eastwood-esque way. He makes his way to …

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Homespun Haints – A podcast of real ghost stories

If you are looking for a new podcast to listen to then I would recommend checking out Homespun Haints. Homespun Haints is a podcast that celebrates the oral tradition of storytelling as an art form – with ghosts. Co-hosted by Becky Kilimnik and Diana Doty. In each episode they interview …

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The Wee-Jees – a true horrifying tale

Recently I was given the opportunity to read a new paranormal horror book by author Bryan Hutchinson call The Wee-Jees The story is a true account of Bryan’s paranormal experiences from the time he lived in Germany as a child during the late 1970’s. The story is told the through …

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BILL – A terrifying short film

If you have 3 minutes to spare and want a bit of scare then check out this short film – BILL. BILL tells the story of a grieving widow who employs the dark arts to see her husband once more. The film is a DIY self funded short film which …

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