Autopsy of Jane Doe


Olwen Catherine Kelly in The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

En mi opinión la película es bastante buena, se le pudo haber sacado más provecho si, pero en cierta forma se explica bastante bien, aunque ahora me gustaría ver una en la que expliquen quién era jane doe y porque termino así.  El misterio se presentó bien e incluso las muertes fueron super interesantes, me encantó que fuera tan psicológica.

Algo que me agradó bastante fue el simbolismo detrás de todo el misterio de que esta chica aparentemente muerta desde hace mucho estuviera tan bien conservada, se trabajó muy bien la trama.

In my opinion the film is quite good, it could have been more profitable if, but in a way it is explained quite well, although now I would like to see one in which they explain who jane doe was and why it ended like that. The mystery was well presented and even the deaths were super interesting, I loved that it was so psychological.

Something that I liked a lot was the symbolism behind all the mystery that this apparently dead girl was so well preserved for so long, the plot worked very well.




The Woman in Black


My Review:

After watching the movie, I grow curious about if it was a book on this story and I can tell it didn’t disappoint me.
Yes it was less shocking in the part of the kids death’s but the atmosphere was so right and it grows on you by the end.
The plot turn at the very end was what shocked me the most it made me had goosebumps and all, poor Arthur he lived a harsh life with glimpes of happiness.
For true terror and thriller fans you should pick this one up, it’s super catching.

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Mi Reseña:

Después de ver la película, siento curiosidad acerca de si era un libro sobre esta historia y puedo decir que no me decepcionó.

Sí, fue menos impactante en la parte de la muerte de los niños, pero la atmósfera era muy buena y al final te crece.

El giro de la trama al final fue lo que más me sorprendió, me puso la piel de gallina y, pobre Arthur, vivió una vida dura con destellos de felicidad.

Para verdaderos fanáticos del terror y la novela de suspense, debes elegir este, es súper atractivo.


Interview with H.S. Crow


Today I bring you all an author interview.

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When did you start writing, and was it more from a childhood situation or more recent?

[When I was a child I lost someone dear to me, and it changed my view of the world and what I wanted out of it. I searched aimlessly for purpose and for a way to create a better tomorrow, and stumbled countless times. At one point I believed that art would be my salvation and a weapon to inspire change, but I was wrong. After losing my son in a miscarriage in my early 20s, my ex-fiancé left, and that shattered me. I had lost the ability to draw or paint after that event. It honestly changed me. I felt gutted, and empty like some walking corpse aimlessly looking for anything to remind me of who I was and wanted to be. During this time I had an assignment to present at school. It was a story that would be read to my class, and I began to write with the hopes to preoccupy my mind from doing something foolish.

Strangely enough, writing became my escape from the crude world, and it also imprisoned me in a cage I could no longer break, a cage that I had fallen in love with. I would explore other worlds, locked in the far recesses of my mind and I would live a life through the eyes of others. I began to see everything around not just as an artist, but as an architect. Building worlds, and creating the possibility for a characters to roam free and grow was something that saved my life, my sanity, and gave me happiness when I had lost it. I was no longer alone, even though I had become more alone due to my reclusive need to hide in my room. I had to be alone in order to see these worlds, and the characters in it had become more real to me than the life I had.

Then one day, I woke up and realized that this could be the sword I needed to create a better tomorrow. Through stories I could enchant the minds and hearts of many, and inspire. I remember stepping away from my computer after months of hiding, and smiling. I laughed so much and cried when I realized that this had become my passion, and that I could do something with it. I walked outside and swore to become someone stronger. I took up sword fighting and began to socialize again. I returned to a normal life, while I perfected my writing. Deep down, I knew that it could have turned into a horrid sickness, but somehow it did not. It saved me, and I hope it saves others one day too. I suppose it was a calling that began like all other journeys.]

How did Lunora story was born, what was the inspiration for her?

[Lunora’s inspiration came from a young girl I met in the Middle East, and her dream to escape into a world of magic and fantasy like the children of Narnia. I remember wanting to write a story about her, but I never got around to it until last year. Then the shootings began to happen more often in the United States. It has become something that occurs almost every other month now as if its commonplace, then the Ferguson Unrest, and the recent genocides that occurred and is still occurring in Syria were just a few to name, but it was enough to push me to my boiling point. The truth was that bad things were happening all around the world, and I wanted to do something about it, even if it was just writing a story with the hope to inspire others.

I remembered that child and her bravery to one day create a better world. I found her to be the perfect heroine for the story that had entered my mind. I wanted to write a tale that can motivate not just children, but adults and even generations to come.

The hate in the world ends with our own actions. We can all end this cycle of pain, if we strive for it—together. We exist in a world that is truly connected, yet disconnected in the heart. We need to move beyond these issues of racial and religious discrimination, gender inequality, ignorance, and overall hatred. I hope I can inspire a better world someday and this is the start.]

I have to ask, is Crow your original surname or it’s more an artistic thing, and if it’s the real one, where is it from, because for me it sounds like a cool thing to brag about.

[H.S. Crow, to me is a name rooted with history and symbolism. It is not my real name, but it stands as a symbol for something that I hope will exist even after I am gone. Sadly, I will be keeping the meaning behind this name a secret for a little longer. My apologies.]

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Camping Trip


Bueno en semana santa como tuve varios días libres, aproveche y me fui con varios amigos y mi esposo de camping a Santa Rita en Antón, la verdad fue muy divertido y una interesante experiencia esa de dormir en una tienda de campaña, la verdad espero poder hacerlo otra vez, en otra ocasión.

Comimos tilapia con patacones y la verdad eso quedó muy bueno, de verdad que se paso genial por allá, en la noche vimos películas de terror y luego caímos rendidos para el día siguiente ir al río, estaba fría el agua así que nos refrescamos un montón.