Yes, I have been absent for about a week. But that isn’t due to laziness! I have been on holiday with my fiancee to Dubrovnik. And yes, we were inspired to go there mainly because of Game of Thrones. However, it’s a beautiful city in its own right. Here are a selection of pictures from my holiday (only the chosen, because I took around 9GB worth of pictures! Continue reading
Thank you very much to https://thefilm.blog/ for the Nomination!
The Mystery Blogger Award was created by Okoto Enigma, so I’ll let her explain it:
“The “Mystery Blogger Award” is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve every recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging; and they do it with so much love and passion”. Continue reading
Thanks to Jess Boswell (who can be found at https://thecozychronicles.wordpress.com/ for my Sunshine Blogger Award nomination! Here’s the deal:
- Post the award on your blog
- Thank the person who nominated you
- Answer the 11 questions they set
- Pick another 11 bloggers
- Set them 11 questions.
So, let’s get to answering Jess’ questions!
Happy New Year everyone! Is it time for resolutions? Probably, but to celebrate the New Year, here are my Top 10 Anticipated Films in 2017…released in the UK, of course! So some may have already been shown to our cousins across the Atlantic. Good for them! Yes, the film schedule may be chockful of superhero films, so I’ve limited them to one…well, technical two…It’s a jam-packed year, so I’ve had to narrow down my choices a lot! Continue reading
It’s that time of the year where film bloggers blog about their Top 10 Films of the Year. I’m a film blogger (a lazy one at that!), so I like to jump on the bandwagon! So here are my Top 10 Films of the Year (released in the UK, remember!) Continue reading
Anyone who watched ‘Drive,’ the first collaboration between Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling, would have been eager to watch their second collaboration, ‘Only God Forgives.’ ‘Drive’ was perhaps Refn’s masterpiece, a brilliant mesh of genres with a delectable soundtrack. I, too, was eager to see ‘Only God Forgives,’ but had to wait until its DVD release to watch it. Apparently no cinemas in my vicinity want to show Refn films! I’m having the same difficulty trying to find a showing for ‘The Neon Demon.’ So, to prepare for the latter, Refn’s latest film, I re-watched ‘Only God Forgives.’ I admit I fell asleep during my first viewing. If you’re expecting ‘Drive: The Sequel,’ then you’ll be sorely disappointed. Continue reading
“Do they float?”
What’s there to do after you’ve just read one of your favourite books of all time? Well, watch the movie adaptation, of course! And then be terribly disappointed 90% of the time…and that’s the case with the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘IT’, a made for TV effort released in 1990. When I saw it as a young lad, I thought it was terrifying. Well, the first half and Pennywise The Dancing Clown. However, even back then the ending looked ropey, and the second half bored me. Now, with more mature eyes (I hope…I certainly can’t see as well as I could back then!), the flaws in the adaptation are even more glaring. Continue reading
Cinewander has nominated me for a Liebster Award! Check out Cinewander’s blog here: https://cinewanderr.wordpress.com/. Thanks, Cinewander!
This is how the nomination works:
- Thank the bloggers who nominated you, and answer the 11 questions by them.
- Nominate 11 bloggers of your own and include 11 questions you’d like your nominees to answer.