Too Many Characters

27 May 19
The Cinemaholic

While the genius of James Cameron as a maverick film director sure remains up for debate, I will fight anybody who doesn’t believe that the man is a visionary. He has often waited years for his projects to materialise and to match up to his vision, and what better example for the same than ‘Avatar’, […]

27 May 19
Anne With An E and Me

The Adventures of Robin Hood is one of the finest examples of early Technicolor films, and it has stood the test of time. Eighty years later the colour is still as vibrant, the music still as stirring, the action still as riveting, the lines still as witty, the characters still as entertaining, and the romance […]

27 May 19
Sapphistication

TW: Ableism, racism, obsessive behaviour, mentions of sexual assault My rating: 5 Books out of 5 Highlights: Autistic representation Enthusiastic consent Main character of colour Sex positivity Body positivity Non-toxic masculinity Self-entitled asshole is told in no uncertain terms to go fuck himself Ruth’s favourite place had always been her head. Inside her mind, the […]

27 May 19
Nerds on Earth

A review of Sar Wars: Outer RIm, the board game that allows you to become the galaxy’s most notorious smuggler.

27 May 19
The Kids in 201

Season number: 3 Episode number: 10 Production number: 311 Tape date: October 20, 1978 Air date: November 21, 1978 Written by:  Al Gordon & Jack Mendelsohn Directed by: Dave Powers Guest Stars: Lauri Hendler as Laurie; Lois Hamilton as Rita (as Lois Areno); Steve Shaw as Albert Plot Summary: It’s nearing lunchtime in Apartment 201 and Chrissy and […]