We all love a good Christmas movie, even if we don’t love Christmas. With that in mind, here are my Top Five Christmas Movies.Continue reading “That Guy’s Top Five #Christmas Films”
Right then. I’m on record as being one of the few people on this God-forsaken planet that doesn’t go hoop-la over the movie Home Alone (1990), and instead, takes issue with it. Here’s a number of reasons why.
Okay, okay, I know what you’re thinking. Of course it is. Or isn’t. The fact that right now, we’re discussing this, not only here, but across the world, means that this is undoubtedly the most important question we need to deal with right now. So stop everything, give this a read, and use this to prove to people that your stance is correct.
Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good night! Well, not good night yet, because evidently, you’re not going to bed yet and I most certainly am not as it’s currently 10:38 AM on a Sunday and I’ve not long gotten out of bed. I’m lazy, but I ain’t that lazy.
Everyone loves a good bad guy, right? It’s why we all prefer Hannibal Lector over Clarice Starling, prefer Scar over Simba and Wile E. Coyote over The Roadrunner. It’s all about depth and mystery – we either need to know the backstory so that we understand the motives behind the evil, or we need to be told as little as possible so that we’re left to fill in the gaps ourselves.
From what we know, and what we don’t, we form an opinion on every villain, from the named henchmen like Oddjob or Paulie Gatto, up to the masterminds themselves like Emperor Palpatine or The Joker. It’s just the way it is.
With all of this in mind, there’s a few Death Eaters we find out about through the Harry Potter series… But which is best? Which are in the Top 5, even? Well, let’s find out, shall we?
Good day to you all! It may (or may not) be a surprise to hear that very recently, a new film set within the universe of Harry Potter has been released, and it’s certainly made an impact here – tonnes of you are reading Benny’s article discussing which Dumbledore was better, and rightly so because it’s great. But it got me thinking. Who else can we discuss in a similar fashion? I reveal to you all, my ranking of the Defence Against The Dark Arts teachers!
Hello, one and all. Today, I’m going to discuss music, in particular, how music is made up in terms of the underlying theme of the song in question. We’re going to exclude classical music and instrumentals, purely because the meaning behind the music is contextual and not at all guided by the official lyrics.