All time favorite supernatural book/series/movie?

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Post by karolinka » 28 Apr 2017, 15:40

Definitely the series Supernatural, and anything in that vein. There is a treasure trove of story ideas there!
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Post by lilytepait » 29 Apr 2017, 00:10

Watched and read "The Cllique". Sassy, mean. but its reality.
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Post by Meggie Lou » 30 Apr 2017, 09:49

The book that I loved when I was younger was called Only Child. I don't remember the author or when it was published (which is annoying!) but it had a blue cover with a bike on it. The whole premise of the novel was about a boy who was going on a vacation with his parents to a place called Sinter's Cove. When he gets there he is surrounded by families he knows and their children.

It turns out that each child is about to turn 18 and that is the reason they are all gathered at the resort. A long time ago their parents did something horrible that required them to bring their children back when they were about to become adults. The boy and his friends have to figure out what is going on to make sure that they survive the family vacation.

this book was pretty awesome if I remember correctly. I'd love to read it again if only I could find it!
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Post by Amagine » 30 Apr 2017, 10:28

lilytepait wrote:Watched and read "The Cllique". Sassy, mean. but its reality.
Looking forward for 13 Reasons.
13 Reasons was awesome! I can't stop saying that enough. I've been fangirling it for a couple of weeks now! Now I'm obsessed over whether or not there's going to be another season.
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Post by Brittster » 01 May 2017, 16:01

Amagine wrote:My favorite supernatural series is The Magicians (if that counts). I also enjoy reading the Sookie Stackhouse Mysteries (from True Blood). Those books are packed with different types of supernaturals.
I have been wanting to read the Magicians series because it sounded interesting and I've seen a couple places that say you would like it if you like Harry Potter. I also noticed it's a tv series now that I want to watch but I'm don't know if I should read the books first.. any suggestions?

-- 01 May 2017, 16:05 --

Charmed was always my favorite show growing up. The. I got into Supernatural as well and really liked it.

Now I want to go watch Netflix.. but there are so many books to read!
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Post by Lovely Eimeren » 01 May 2017, 19:49

I love twilight, the originals (from the vampire diaries), and the game of thrones!! All series ?
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Post by srm628 » 09 May 2017, 16:32

Can I cheat and say that Supernatural is my favorite Supernatural series? It probably genuinely is. I am a fan of the supernatural genre but it does tend to depend on the specific story.

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Post by The Researcher » 11 May 2017, 03:35

One of the supernatural TV series that i like most is 'The Originals'. I am such a big fan of it that when a season ends of the series i start counting days for the neat one.
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Post by EMoffat » 14 May 2017, 16:20

I loved True Blood the series but was a little disappointed with the books. And then the old classics like Charmed and Buffy

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Post by Lu-Ellen » 14 May 2017, 20:59

Ooooh it's hard to choose one, anything by Kelley Armstrong, my favourite of her would be her Darkest Powers series
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Post by Marika Tabone » 15 May 2017, 15:23

My favourite supernatural movie is 'The Others'. It kept me on edge until the very last minute. I am not a fan of the supernatural genre, nevertheless, it was a good movie.

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Post by Snowflake » 20 May 2017, 13:13

I have 2 favourite series of books that come to mind; the Narnia series by C.S. Lewis and the Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan. Both are series that I have read and enjoyed several times.
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Post by Marika Tabone » 20 May 2017, 14:57

Well done for the review. I like the fact that the author addresses real world problems. I believe that writers have the power as well as the duty to open minds, I like the fact that the author educates its audience in entertaing way.

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Post by Antares » 21 May 2017, 15:09

My favorite supernatural series on TV would be penny dreadful.
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Post by BookishBookkeeping » 21 May 2017, 23:50

All time favorite books are most of the "The Goosebumps" series. That's as far as I've gotten in this genre. As for TV sometimes X files, but for movies it would be "The devil's advocate" and "The sixth sense".
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