Good day, friends! Sorry for the lack of post yesterday—had a weekend away, and I got mixed up on some dates for a couple of very important upcoming reblogs, so, sadly, that left me with nada. Gonna make up for it by posting next Sunday, so look out! 😉 Continue reading
Time for another lazy video post! However, it’s a pretty glorious one this time, if I do say so myself. Sometimes, it’s the simple things that are awesome–like a Game of Thrones theme song devoted entirely to Peter Dinklage. Like, ENTIRELY. Watch it and you’ll see what I mean. Many thanks to my friend HoneyB (who posted this review back during NOOOOvember) for sharing this with me! She really does know me too well. Continue reading
This is one I’ve been looking forward to for quite some time. Yes, I know I probably said the same about The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but this was the superhero film I was really waiting for because I do love me some X-Men. But after a very strong start with X-Men and an even stronger second outing with X2: X-Men United (which you can read my review of here on Zoë’s lovely blog), X-Men faltered big time with the atrocious X-Men: The Last Stand. Continue reading
Like I was going to miss the opportunity to gush about the premiere of Game of Thrones. For a review of the first three seasons, feel free to look at this post I did awhile back. Otherwise, continue on to hear my thoughts on the first episode of HBO’s fourth season of the best fantasy drama around, Game of Thrones (and don’t worry—no spoilers).
Time for another Christmas film! I hope that your day has been as holly and jolly as a Tuesday can possibly be, but if you’re feeling a little like a Grinch, here’s something that might give you some cheer: Christmas Eve is ONE WEEK from today! …Actually, I hope that didn’t just stress you out. Let me rephrase: You still have A WHOLE WEEK to finish up shopping! Continue reading
It’s time for another TV review theme! This round of reviews will hone in on (drum roll, please)…Grown-Up Fantasy! There’s been a steady stream of fantasy television over the last several years, and though most of it is appropriate for families, some shows are geared strictly toward adults. Of these grown-up fantasy shows, probably none of them are more clearly for adults than HBO’s huge hit, Game of Thrones. Continue reading