It’s been a while since I did a book art post. I just wasn’t feeling it with my last few reads. But Shelby Van Pelt changed that! This piece is inspired by ‘Remarkably Bright Creature’s’ by @shelbyvanpeltwrites – I took some liberty with our dear Marcellus’ coloring just to make it pop on a digital space. That said, Marcellus is truly one of my favorite characters, ever. And the story itself was very meaningful, especially to those of us who have lost a child. I’ll leave it at that. I recomment 5/5 stars. Available anywhere you buy books.
If The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware were to be adapted, I hope it’s for the small screen. You can’t fit this mystery/horror into a two hour movie. This story of a governess taking care of three little girls in an old estate has many layers, polarizing characters, and a twist you do not see coming. It would be a crime to rush this story.
A great homage to The Turn Of The Screw.
Dream Cast: 🍿
Rowan Caine: Saiorse Ronan
Sandra Elincourt: Rebecca Hall
Bill Elincourt: Ralph Fiennes
Here’s a chick with big hair.
Mosaic of Irish actor Barry Keoghan portraying the Joker in a deleted scene from The Batman.
Still my favorite Wes Anderson film.
I made this in honor of the beautiful film about a Child of a Deaf Adult (CODA). Now available on Apple +. I’ll be blunt: One of my favorite films, ever. Glad to see it is getting the recognition it deserves.