Review of Netflix's movie 'Lou'
Lou is a new movie that premiered on Netflix on September 23, 2022. The movie is described as a "high-stakes action thriller." The name of the movie is based on Lou, a recluse who lives alone with her dog Jak. Her only neighbor is also her tenant named Hannah. Most of the movie is based on what follows the kidnapping of Vee, Hannah's young daughter.
North Carolina Mystery Thriller Authors And Their Books Set In North Carolina
North Carolina Mysteries & Thrillers From North Carolina AuthorsBookBuzz. (This post includes affiliate links if you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author may earn a commission. )
Alabama Mystery Thriller Authors And Their Books Set In Alabama That You Might Not Know About
Alabama Mysteries & Thrillers From Alabama AuthorsBookBuzz. (This post includes affiliate links if you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author may earn a commission. )
Suspense in Boston: The Woman In The Library
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Authors Who Have Lived In Or Featured Cartersville, GA In Their Books That You May Not Know About
This post includes affiliate links if you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author may earn a commission. Cartersville, GA is a quaint little town located North of Atlanta. Visitors will find various museums and historic sites here, including the Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center, Rose Lawn Museum, Savoy Automobile Museum, The Booth Museum, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site, African-American Heritage Trail and many other sites. Cartersville is rich in culture and history. There are several authors who have either lived in Cartersville or used Cartersville, GA as a setting in their books. The authors mentioned here are just a few in this great category.
Florida Mystery Thriller Authors And Their Books Set In Florida That You Might Not Know About
Whether it's the Florida Panhandle, the beaches of Miami or the city of Orlando, Florida mystery and thriller writers are out and about everywhere. While getting ready for summer road trips, if your plans put you in Florida reach for one of these mystery novels set in Florida by an author who lives there.
Q&A With Author Joanna Vander Vlugt
Joanna Vander Vlugt - Author of the Jade & Sage Thriller SeriesBookBuzz. This post includes affiliate links if you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author may earn a commission.
Q& A with Atlanta Author H.F. Galloway
H.F. Galloway, author of the new thriller, Theatre of the Vampires grew up near the Okeefenokee swamp in Waycross, GA and spent most of his summers in the foothills of the N.C. mountains on his grandfather's farm.
New Crime Thriller From Author Barry Litherland - Breaking Waves
A fast- paced, suspense filled, edge of your seat thriller... Breaking Waves is a crime thriller set in a fictional seaside town in the North of England. It is Book 1 in the Phil Tyler Thriller series.
Twisting Thrills From Author Jean Rabe’s Latest Novel
*Sponsored* Piper Blackwell is plunged into the dark heart of “idyllic” Spencer County, Indiana when the body of a teen dressed as Tinker Bell is discovered. The Dead of Autumn doesn’t give the reader time for pause as Jean Rabe’s award-winning writing draws us back into her well-praised Piper Blackwell Series, as Piper, a young war veteran, takes on the duties of sheriff for a rural county in Indiana.
Weekender: The suburban thriller genre has come crashing down
The poster for "The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window" (2022) is pictured.Courtesy Wikimedia Commons. Netflix has taken some pretty big swings and invested in a pretty wide variety of genres and subcultures. Still, the streaming service recently released content in a fairly new and ultimately consequential dimension: self-satire. Last week brought the release of “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window” (2022), a television series farce commenting on trends in modern film. The show mocks the deeply oversaturated market for psychological thrillers surrounding white women in the suburbs who drink wine and solve crimes. The genre attempts to subvert convention: How could such twisted, heinous crimes happen in such pristine, wealthy suburbs? Though the show may be entirely too long and often disengaging, its existence in and of itself asks the broader question of origin: How did this happen? A market has to be so deeply full, so noticeably overplayed, that a big corporation like Netflix is able to mock its own role within it. In discussing more deeply the market play-by-play of this genre, one may more deeply understand the process of filmmaking and the economic feedback loops fueling it.
Caught in a thunderstorm. (Fiction)
Survival is the name of the game when Mother Nature has the upper hand. Green grass field near a body of water under blue and white cloudy skyHunt on Photos Studio/Pexels. The day couldn’t get any worse for Ralph when his windshield wipers stopped mid-pivot. The smear of bird poop added a distasteful decoration to his car. He slowed the speed long enough to filter through his back seat for a shirt, a paper towel, or something large enough to wipe off the disgusting excrement.