The long awaited Lion King remake is out, and I have a lot of thoughts. For those who are new to my blog: The Lion King has been my favourite movie since birth. I'm literally writing this on my bed which has Lion King bedsheets, and theres' more than one item or push toy with… Continue reading What I Thought of The Lion King Remake
I was the biggest Pokemon fan as a child, so when I saw the first trailer for Detective Pikachu I knew I'd have to see it. Detective Pikachu chronicles Tim Goodman's adventure of finding out what really happen to his estranged father with the help his father's partner, Pikachu. Tim's told that his father died… Continue reading What I thought of: Detective Pikachu
About two weeks ago a story about a young woman who was asked to either leave a flight or cover up went viral for very good reason. The 21-year old in question was flying from Birmingham to Tenerife in a plain black crop top, and high waisted orange pants. I think she looked great, definitely… Continue reading Can women really wear what they want?
Crash N Sane trilogy was released in 2017 and was a remake of the first 3 crash games; Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back, and Warped. I adored the crash cames as a kid. I hope they eventually re-release Twinsanity, and Wrath of Cortex which was my favourite. I have clear memories of playing the first… Continue reading Reviewing Childhood: Crash Bandicoot
Last week I wrote a pretty harsh post about Harry Potter, and was relieved that others too think the Boy Who Lived should finally die. When in the cinema to see the new Fantastic Beasts, it actually did feel like Harry Potter was dying. We went the day after the release, and the theater was… Continue reading What I thought of The Crimes of Grindelwald
I adore Harry Potter, and so far I've been enjoying the Fantastic Beasts series, but I have concerns about the franchise. When Deathly Hallows Part 2 came out, I thought that was the last bit of Harry Potter content until the inevitable remake. I was sad at the thought of no longer having it to… Continue reading Should the Boy Who Lived finally die?
I got Turtles All The Way Down with a discount code from Book Depository that only gave me a few books to choose from. I ended up giving John Green another chance and was pleasantly surprised. Before reviewing the book I need to explain why I was hesitant to read something by John Green. The… Continue reading Book Review: Turtles All the Way Down
I was delighted to get a review copy of Midsummer's Bottom before it comes out. It's certainly a departure from Darren Dash/Shan's usual work such as Sunburn and and Procession of the Dead. Midsummer's Bottom is a comedy about small town actors who stage Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream once a year, on the solstice. What… Continue reading Book Review: Midsummer’s Bottom
I was very excited to get my hands on Louise O'Neill's feminist retelling of The Little Mermaid, The Surface Breaks, so much that I finished it in a day. O'Neill introduces us to the patriarchal mer-world ruled by the Sea King, the father of our protagonist. Gaia, also known as Muirgean, also known as Grace,… Continue reading Book Review: The Surface Breaks
Warning: Sexual assault will be discussed in this post Article 41.2.1 of Bunreacht na hÉireann: "The State recognises that by her life within the home, woman gives to the State a support without which the common good cannot be achieved. The State shall, therefore, endeavour to ensure that mothers shall not be obliged by… Continue reading Ireland Hates Women: I Believe Her, I Believe You #MeToo