The Meg. No, not the Mila Kunis voiced teenager from Family Guy, but rather, a megalodon shark. In the modern day. With Jason Statham, Li Bingbing and Ruby Rose. What do I think of it?Continue reading “The Meg (2018)”
House Flipper is a video game. I know, I know. A video game review? What madness is this? Well, with the absolute failure that is “Artist Focus” over and done with, it made sense to try to write about something completely different. So, instead of a piece of short-length passive media, why not share an opinion on a lengthy piece of involved media. Thus appears, House Flipper! Hooray!
So i went to see this movie with my girlfriend earlier this month, on my insistence for once…. usually it’s my sister dragging me round the cinema to see children movies but this time i was the one dragging some other victim to one. I was a Charlie Brown fan as a kid so the “child within”as it were, came out in me this time, and my poor, sweet, done nothing to upset me, innocent girlfriend had to put up with me for the whole thing…. bless her; but we’ve just past our 1 year dating milestone, so if she still doesn’t know what she’s dating…. shame on her really XD Continue reading “The Peanuts movie (2015)”
So, for those of you that are up to date with upcoming games and the like, you’ve probably heard of Pillow Castle, and their upcoming release “Museum Of Simulation Technology”. Continue reading “Museum Of Simulation Technology”
And now for film three, queued to be published whilst 3/4 of the team are sat sharing a pint in my local. Cheers!
Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good night. That Guy here, for my first review since Morgan Freeman knows when… But I’m back, and I plan to stay, and it’s all thanks to the lady who requested this review. You know who you are – thank you for believing in my opinion.
And without further ado… here it is.
Apologies for the inactivity since the last post. It’s time for another music review. Today I thought I’d drag something out from the murky depths of obscurity, ‘Honeythief’ by the relatively unknown dream-pop band Halou.