This is an interesting movie, and don’t get me wrong, I didn’t dislike it – the acting was pretty great, but something is off about
I really liked this movie; it rolled along nicely. I liked the way that it built from current social media in a believable evolution, with
After Ghost In The Shell, I will admit that I was a little bit nervous about watching T2 Trainspotting, but for me it worked really well.
I wanted so much from this movie, and don’t shoot me for saying this, but I was willing to set aside the white-washing, which is
I can’t wait to see this – if this Doctor Who spin off is as of high quality as the latest series of Doctor Who,
I love this series. Before I got into it I had heard a lot about it, and as is often the way, I avoid things
I didn’t dislike Season 8, in fact there were many great things about. The thing is – it felt patchy; inconsistent – like they didn’t
Paul Duffield, the great artist that worked on Warren Ellis’s Freakangels is working on this great new project, which you should go and check out.
I haven’t, for a while. It got sidelined. Much stuff did. But this place was useful for me – and it provided a catalogue of
Disney was a surprise, and hipster Mickey by Jerrod Maruyama was something really cool from the gallery of original art in the center of World Of Disney.