No other film has ever taught me more about my own life than this one – purely because it is unapologetically honest. “Sometimes it’s good to do what you’re supposed to do when you’re supposed to do it.” But most of the time not doing what you’re supposed to do is better.
In a film populated by orcs, dragons, giant spiders, wargs and necromancers, the greatest threat to Middle Earth may actually be its hypnotic frame rate.
So it’s New Years Eve, and I think everyone should be made aware of exactly what goes down at the biggest party of the year. So does John Green.
“To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, draw closer,to find each other and to feel. That is the purpose of life.”
Where I talk about Christmas bingeing, Super Smash Bros Wii U, and Rick James, bitch.
How I’ve been using iPhoneography to be a creative photographer and better father.
My body and I have always understood each other fairly well. I try to eat a little better and exercise on occasion, and in exchange it won’t suddenly drop dead or expand like microwave popcorn. But it seems my body is no longer happy with our little arrangement, so it’s time to re-negotiate the terms.
Here was a book that was simply written yet had great character complexities and just got straight into the story without any fussing about. And now they’d made it into a movie…
I have recently finished devouring two novels and found myself surprised by the parallels. Despite the 27 years difference in publishing dates, both novels equally hit home for me.
Mary Lambert, Advertising, Bad Teachers, Nerdy Love Songs, Joe Jonas, Star Wars Yoga and more websites I’ve visited this past week.
Not only one of the most spectacular party games on the Wii U, but an excellent excuse to buy yourself a cat onesie. As if excuses were necessary.
My sister is turning 21. These are Sarah’s favourite things… and the dress code for her party.
St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) has announced the upcoming release of her new, self-titled album. She’s frocked up like an intergalactic empress and armed with some dirty, dirty guitar.
I don’t want to be the Aussie associated with the phrase “oh here comes trouble” (though if used endearingly I will not object!), I came here to be la Parisienne. To drink the wine, kiss les mecs and flâner along the Seine on a cool evening. But then again, maybe I should embrace it.
I say to you now, speeding driver, you are important.
Every rock and tree faithfully recreated – A Link Between Worlds is a glorious love letter to one of the best Zelda games ever made.
All Pokémon are equal, but some Pokémon are more equal than others. There’s nothing Orwellian about Pokémon X/Y’s new ‘Wonder Trade’ feature.
Hugh and Jess discuss the latest Hunger Games instalment. The fashion! The romance! The baboons!
I wanted to conceptualise this album with dishes of food as most people aren’t that acquainted with dub, yet everyone can enjoy a meal that leaves you in awe of its taste. So let’s start eating…
Want to free play as a superhero? Strap on the spandex and play Lego Marvel Super Heroes.
If you haven’t seen it yet, say STICK IT to whatever else you had planned and watch this gym-nasty movie right now.
Make my Oma’s Macaroni: a great recipe to cook when you have nothing left in the fridge. All the ingredients come from the pantry!
You had me at “rotting space zombie inter-dimensional cowboy.”
Snowflake photos, OR flash mobs, noir art, invisible bike helmets, Disney, long reads and Miley Cyrus…
Can enough ever really be said about any film, ever?