Music Album: Harvest Moon, NeilYoung
Fans of ‘The Quiet Place’ might be aware of Neil Young for his popular song, Harvest Moon in the movie. The song was a part of the album called, ‘Harvest Moon’ which was declared as the ‘Album of the Year’ by the Classic Rock Review in 1992. The album is the direct reflection of the creativity and the positively gorgeous sense of the music of the Canadian Singer, Neil Young. Songs such as Harvest Moon, You and Me, War of Man are the gems of the crown. The album is perfect for a lazy Sunday evening while cooking your favorite meal as it has a calming effect.
Movie: A Quiet Place
The recognized ‘The Office’ actor, John Krasinski has cowritten, directed and acted in the nerve-wracking and encapsulating movie titled ‘A Quiet Place’. The movie revolves around the Abbott family which consists of four family members – Lee (Krasinski) , Evelyn Abbott (Emily Blunt), Regan (Millicent Simmonds) and Marcus (Noah Jupe). The Abbott family is struggling to survive in a futuristic world which is occupied by hideous creatures who hunts and kills anything that makes sound. The highlight of this horror movie is that it has no dialogues and the director has utilized the opportunity to get the best out of actors to create an effective and thrilling storyline. The storyline is fast and even though their world is difficult to survive in, the movie ends up giving us a ray of hope.
Book: The Toymakers, Robert Dinsdale
‘The Toymakers’ by Robert Dinsdale appears like an art that will make you feel good like the Christmas mornings but apparently, it is far beyond that. The story of the novel revolves around a magical emporium and the excellent narrative along with the imperfect characters with a strong and engaging backstory makes it a magical read. The evolution of the timeline in the story is gripping and leaves us asking for more. The Toymakers is the perfect novel for those looking for an experience that portrays the best and worst of humanity.
TV Series: Mindhunter
Created by Joe Penhall along with the ‘Seven’ movie director David Fincher, Mindhunter is an exciting insight about the development of a criminal psychology in the 1970’s and is based on the popular non-fiction book ‘Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit’ by former FBI agent John Douglas. The show gives us a deep and accurate understanding of the concepts of criminal pathology. The leading actors of the show, Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany win the audience with their acting skills. The show does not have a monotonous storyline like many others and keeps us at the edge of our seats. It is a must watch for those who are intrigued by serial killers!