I thought that because we’d be without the internet for 2-3 weeks, I’d more than exceed my list for November. As it turns out, I completed it but that was about it. Moving house takes up a lot of time. Reviews below… The Vorhh (Book One) – Brian Catling I don’t often get book recommendations.…… Continue reading Reviewing my November reads
May was a super busy month where I saw less of my boyfriend and spent less time in my own bed than planned, but also a super fun month filled with friends, amazing food and good times. So I’m actually pretty happy that I made it through all of my planned reads. I even started…… Continue reading Reviewing my May reads
I’ve had a bad month for blogging, but not so much for April. I got through all the ones I planned and managed bonus ones too. All below, plus what I’ll be reading for May! Paper Girls, Vol. 2 – Brian K. Vaughan Probably my favourite current comic series, I’m now going to have to…… Continue reading Reviewing my April reads
My guest post for Sarah’s brilliant film blog is all about Monsters, a film I adore and the directorial debut for Gareth Edwards. Link above if you fancy a read.
My last one was around Elizabethtown, which feels like a harder sell as it has so much negative press. I don’t feel it’s such a tough convincing case required for Lucky Number Slevin, but perhaps a case of it not being as seen or appreciated as it could be. Warning: It’s a tough film to…… Continue reading Making a case for…Lucky Number Slevin
My guest writing piece on the wonderful https://sarahsawamovie.com as part of the Looking back on… series. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Directed by: Henry Selick Starring: Danny Elfman, Chris Sarandon, Catherine O’Hara, William Hickey, Glenn Shadix, Ken Page Written by Helen Twitter | Web… Source: Looking back on… The Nightmare Before Christmas
In the interest of honesty, I’d not seen this before. I know, I know. I think I’ve said before that I wasn’t really interested in ‘old’ films growing up, so I missed out on a lot. In the last ten years I’ve taken steps to correct that, but there’s so much to cover. Kubrick is…… Continue reading Cult Films: Trying to be a cool kid (2001: A Space Odyssey)