Lestat de Lioncourt

When not dreaming of a one-way trip to Coruscant, I'm usually staring at a blank page, hoping my articles write themselves. 

Twitter: @EnsignLestat58

Book Review: 'To Die in Vienna'
14 days ago
Who doesn't love a good spy thriller? Looking at the cover of To Die in Vienna, you cannot mistake it for being anything but. Set in the capital city of Austria, Wignall's latest book follows Freddie ...
Book Review: '84K' by Claire North
18 days ago
The near future of 84K is a world driven by money—it can make you and break you. Every possible service imaginable (police, hospitals, etc) can be accessed only by money. You need a subscription for e...
‘Deadpool 2’ and Why It Feels so Familiar
a month ago
Deadpool 2 is out and it is already receiving mixed reactions. The first film was a surprise runaway success, but that’s because the film was highly anticipated and, for the most part, director Tim Mi...
6 Burning Questions We Have After Watching ‘Avengers: Infinity War’
2 months ago
The crossover event of our dreams has finally hit screens. Avengers: Infinity War has been 10 years in the making and the final product is a spectacular visual extravaganza bringing together the majority of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s heroes (and a few villains) to battle the biggest bad guy in the galaxy, Thanos. The Mad Titan, whose appearance has been teased since 2012’s The Avengers, has been winding his way through the galaxy in an effort to gain the Infinity Stones that will power his ...
Ranking the 'Baker Street Irregulars: The Game Is Afoot' Stories About Sherlock Holmes
3 months ago
Sherlock Holmes has never been far from popular imagination. His evolution from being Arthur Conan Doyle’s most clever creation to becoming synonymous with Benedict Cumberbatch is testament to his, an...
5 Hidden Horrors of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’
7 months ago
In an unprecedented move, Marvel released three films in 2017, ending its run with Thor: Ragnarok. By now, everyone is aware of what a fun-fest Ragnarok is; in the hands of director Taika Waititi, jokes and gags take the place of broody rhetoric. The film effortlessly puts the ‘comic’ back in comic book adaptation, which has divided some fans due to the subject matter. Ragnarok is the Norse equivalent of the end of days and, irrespective of which era or version in Marvel comics history, has alwa...