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Kate Wendley writes paranormal romance for those who love drama. Vampires, werewolves and more contend with hot tempers and incredible powers while bravely navigating the mysteries of finding love and acceptance in her urban fantasy series, A Forest of Darkness. Set in the City in a Forest, Atlanta, GA, it make you think twice about how well you really know your friends and neighbors. When Kates not busily writing about things that go bump in the night she enjoys watching sci-fi, campy horror movies and stand up comedies.

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Kate’s Movie Reviews

Movie Review: The Lake House (2006)

I Love This Movie! Romance, Drama, Fantasy Kate Forster (Sandra Bullock) and Alex Wyler (Keanu Reeves) play two strangers who get to know each other through letters in a shared mailbox. They eventually fall in love, only to realize they’re

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Movie Review: Beauty and the Beast (2014) (French with English Subtitles)

This is not the Disney version   If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve seen one of the Disney versions of Beauty and the Beast. This is not one of those films. This movie is a French version of the

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Movie Review: The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996)

Jason Bourne – Lite   Geena Davis plays the amnesiac kickass heroine Charly Baltimore in The Long Kiss Goodnight. Much like the Jason Bourne movies, Charly doesn’t remember who she is, but has been living her life for years now

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TV Show: Firefly (2002-2003) and Series Finale Movie: Serenity (2005)

Outer Space Western Firefly is a 14 episode show best described as an outer space western. Captain Mal Reynolds leads a rag tag crew through space on his ship, Serenity, taking any job that comes his way, legal or not.

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Logan (2017)

Awesome movie that I highly recommend, though it’s pretty violent so not suitable for kids. Logan picks up in the near-ish future, feeling a bit like its set in a dystopian world. Logan, aka Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is a shaky,

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Movie Review: La Bamba (1987)

I recently learned that not everyone has seen this awesome movie! If you’re one of those unfortunate few, or maybe you hadn’t been born yet when this came out in 1987 (gasp!), there’s still time! Lou Diamond Phillips stars as

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Movie: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 (2017)

Loved it! Our rowdy anti-heroes are back, mostly, (RIP adult Groot!), and this second volume is just as much fun as the first! The movie opens with an awesome scene where the crew is doing their hired job of defending

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Movie: Maleficent (2014)

Beautiful Movie! I don’t watch a lot of Disney or kid movies, but the premise of this had me intrigued, and I wasn’t disappointed! It’s rated TV-14 so the themes are a little more adult than some other Disney movies.

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Movie Review: What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

Quirky, Funny, and Awesome Special Effects! This Vampire Horror/Comedy movie is quirky with humor that’s sometimes very understated and subtle, and sometimes outrageous. Combined with some shockingly awesome special effects where you least expect them, it’s a must see!  

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Movie Review: Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Fun Sci Fi Action Adventure that doesn’t take itself too seriously! Part hapless hero, part sci fi, this movie will have you laughing and praying this rag tag group can stay alive long enough to save the galaxy. Chris Pratt

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