Movie Monday: Pet Sematary – freaky, scary and improved #MovieMonday #MovieReview #PetSematary

Movie Monday is a feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately.

This week I watch a new version of Pet Sematary, a movie based on the novel by Stephen King.

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Pet Sematary

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If you know me, you know I appreciate good horror.
And because I watch so many movies from that genre, I like to think I can recognize the good one.

This, my friends, was a good horror.

We all know about Pet Sematary, or at least, most of us have heard of it before. It is a well known novel by Stephen King, and there is also a movie from late ’80s (that even got a sequel).
There are also so many references in other books and movies considering this story.

I have watched the original version of the movie few years ago, and I remember that I liked the idea of the story, but the movie itself didn’t win me 100%.
It was a bit silly and, as strange as it sounds, unrealistic (here I talk about 2 year old fighting adults with straight of a professional wrestler), but overall, it was a good story.

When I heard the new version was coming out I was pretty excited.
After watching the trailer and realizing there were more elements to the story, I was bumped, I knew I had to watch it.

Pet Sematary didn’t disappoint. No, I was thrilled! It was so much better then I expected, and it brought to the table so much more then the previous version.

It is also different then the first movie, and because I haven’t read the book, I don’t know which movie follows the actual story (if you do know, please enlighten me).

In this movie we got to see more to the characters, learn their past and really get to know them.

My favourite character was the cat, which in my opinion wasn’t evil at all. Or at least, Church wasn’t THAT evil (he even reminds me of my GiGi). Every time there were scenes featuring him, my mood would just lighten up. I guess that’s because I’m a cat lover.

Overall, I would definitely recommend Pet Sematary because it is the best horror movie I have watched in 2019.

I plan to self-host my blog #BloggingTips #Lifestyle #Business

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It has been three years since I started blogging and in those three years, I had my ups and downs, but what is most important, I learned a lot.

When I first launched Book Dust Magic my main goal was to be part of reading community, and to improve my English as much as possible.
It was a hobby I gained so much from.

Now, after three years, I want to upgrade my blog to a next level.
I already stated that Book Dust Magic will become book/lifestyle blog.

I am taking my blog serious as if it was my second job, and I want to invest into Book Dust Magic like I would in my business.

Therefore, I decided to say goodbye to my free wordpress page and buy myself a new domain, to go self host.
I know I could upgrade my wordpress to next level, but after some thinking I decided to self host, and in all honesty, the main reason for that are plugins and freedom that comes with self hosting.

I already contacted several web hosting platforms to be sure in my decision.

Why am I telling you all that?

Firstly, because Book Dust Magic will be available on new address from May 1st.

Secondly, I will try to move all of my followers to my new domain, but if you follow me via email, you will probably not get new emails every time I post something new, so make sure to subscribe to my blog after May 1st on my new domain.
If you follow me on wordpress, you should be able to see my new posts on your wordpress dashboard (if everything goes right, that is!).

I will try to make the transition on my own, so let’s hope I’ll succeed (and that I won’t lose my content).

You are probably curious why would I do it all on my own?

Well, I want to see if I can do it. And if I can, it will be one more skill I learned.
If I don’t, I will ask for help from professional.

Plans for the future…

Book Dust Magic will run on this web address until April 15th and then it will be launched on it’s new domain on May 1st.

I hope everything will go well!
Please wish me luck and I hope we will have an amazing time on my new domain.

From May 1st you can expect to see Book Dust Magic in new, better, more professional and better looking version.
I can’t wait to see you there!

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Books I read in March 2019 (Monthly Reading Wrap Up) #BookBloggers #BookLovers #Reading #March

Hi Guys!

After an awesome February I had an average March, when it comes to reading. I still beat it little, because I managed to read 8 books, and my average is usually 7, so I am pleased with that.
One particular book was so good that I am sure it will appear on my “favorite books of 2019” list.

Without further ado, here are the books I read in February:
(click on the covers to read my reviews):

The Taking of Annie Thorne by C. J. Tudor book cover, UK edition, Hidding Place, Penguin Random House a year of being single book cover fiona collins She Lies in Wait by Gytha Lodge book cover, UK edition, Michael Joseph, Penguin Love, life and the list by Kasie West book cover, HarperTeen The Island Affair by Helena Halme book cover Vampire Academy Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead book cover, Puffin, Rainy Day Kisses by Debbie Macomber book cover, mills&Boon The Summer of Chasing Dreams book cover Holly Martin

Favourite book of the month: Vampire Academy Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead book cover, Puffin,


That is it!

Tell me what awesome books have your read in January?
What was your favorite one?

Movie Monday: Dumbo – the one that will bring you back to your childhood #MovieMonday #MovieReview #Dumbo

Movie Monday is a feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately.

This week I watch a Disney movie based on a Disney animated movie I watched numerous times during my childhood.

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Dumbo is the one movie I was looking forward for months before it was finally in theaters.
My sister was also really excited (she was actually even more excited then me) so we decided to watch it together.
We had a lovely time that day, and the fact that the movie was also good was like a cherry on top.

Spectacular. That is the word I’d use to describe Dumbo.

This version is so much different then the animated one we all grew up with, but it contains some scenes from the original version.
They were changed, but they still brought back memories and that feeling you get when you see something you haven’t for years, but with brand new eyes.

When we compare the stories, I can honestly say I liked Dumbo the movie better.
It is is more layered and it contains a complete story.

The cast is great, it is full of A-lists actors who preformed so well in the movie.
What I’d also like to emphasize is the sense of humour. I laughed so many times and it is really a highlight of the picture.

Once Dumbo had it’s premiere, the critics were not so easy on this movie, and I don’t understand why.
I really loved it and would recommend it to everyone, young and old.