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Whatever word, title or phrase brought you to this article, welcome. When discussing The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones and Twilight, we will not be talking about the novels. Nor will we be talking about film sequels. We will especially not be getting into the fandom of either of these worlds. I’ve tangled with the Twihards enough.

For this week’s Film Face-off we will simply be focusing on the look of… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' vs. 'Twilight'

  • THERESA “TESSA” GRAY

    The protagonist of “The Infernal Devices” trilogy, set in Victorian England, is Tessa Gray, a 16-year-old American orphan who travels to England to be with her older brother, only to discover she’s part of a sinister paranormal conspiracy, and worst of all, that she’s a supernatural being herself. She has slightly unruly brown hair, blue-gray eyes, and a slender, taller-than-average figure. In the absence of friends, Tessa

  • “Warm Bodies”

    <strong>Written By: </strong>Isaac Marion, a Seattle-based writer and musician who captured the zombie zeitgeist with his critically acclaimed 2011 novel for teens. <strong>On the Page: </strong>R is an unconventional zombie. He’s conflicted about his lot in life and finds himself attracted to Julie, the girlfriend of his last victim. He curbs his New Hunger for her brains and shuttles her off to his zombie loft in an airplane

  • Sony Pictures’ Screen Gems has released a new trailer for their upcoming The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, based on the popular fantasy book series by Cassandra Clare. They’ve also unveiled a new poster and you can check out both below, courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers.

    Set in contemporary New York City, a seemingly ordinary teenager, Clary Fray (Lily Collins), discovers she is the descendant of a line

    mortalinstrumentsset1 Set Visit to The Mortal Instruments: City of BonesThere are a whole slew of movies trying to capture the elusive lightning in a bottle “Twilight” formula this year, whether its the southern gothic of Beautiful Creatures or the satirical romance of Warm Bodies, but none of them have a better shot at following in Edward and Bella’s footsteps than The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.

    Based on the widely popular (and controversial) YA novels by… Continue reading Set Visit to The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones