trope: Incest is relative

Yeah, so his dad is dating my mom, but I would totally give him one.

Nocturnal Letters

Recap #250: Nocturnal Letters by Ms-Bowser

Title: Nocturnal Letters, a.k.a. “Night of the Nasty Notes” Developer/Author: Ms-Bowser Summary: A scary/creepy point-and-click adventure game. Very plot-driven. You

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Skinwalkers cover

Recap #241: Skinwalkers (2006)

Wing recaps Skinwalkers (2006) and THEY’RE WEREWOLVES NOT SKINWALKERS WTF. Also: plot holes, unsurprising plot twists, great bat comments, and Wing goes off on a sexualized female werewolf tanget.

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Spellbound by Christopher Pike

Recap #196: Spellbound by Christopher Pike

Title: Spellbound by Christopher Pike Summary: No one knew how the girl had died. They found Karen Holly in the

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The Surfer by Linda Cargill

Recap #41: The Surfer by Linda Cargill

Title: The Surfer by Linda Cargill Summary: Surf’s up. You’re dead. Jessie has never seen the daring beauty on the

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Defriended by Ruth Baron

Recap #22: Defriended by Ruth Baron

Dove recaps Defriended by Ruth Baron, which was written by the one person on the planet who has never heard of catfishing, and actually expects us to believe that the dead use Facebook. In a series known for being a massive tease when it comes to the supernatural. Ruth Baron can just fuck off. I hate this book.

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Teacher's Pet by Richie Tankersley Cusick

Recap #17: Teacher’s Pet by Richie Tankersley Cusick

Dove recaps the garbled mess that is Teacher’s Pet by Richie Tankersley Cusick. It may suck, but at least it has a cat in it.

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The Window by Carol Ellis

Recap #14: The Window by Carol Ellis

Dove recaps The Window by Carol Ellis, which was awesome back in the 90s, because of the cool location, the big cast, and my low standards. Is it still awesome now, or is it as dull as being forced to sit in a cabin in the mountains alone every day thanks to a broken ankle?

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Funhouse by Diane Hoh

Recap #1: Funhouse by Diane Hoh

Dove recaps Funhouse by Diane Hoh, wherein the lead character isn’t a wet rag with the intelligence of rotten milk, the setting is pretty cool, and Gina, the BFF, rocks. Sadly, this will be the last time we enjoy such luxuries. Bit of a shame this is the case on recap #1.

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