The 2017 documentary Casting Jonbenet takes a new approach to conventional crime documentary: Less about fact and more about react.
Despite a real lack in my social skills, I do really love to be out in the social scene. On Monday I was spontaneously invited to get sushi with my boyfriend and friends and I thought – instead of the heavy philosophy I seem to have *doused* my blog with through May – I would just take some pictures of the yummy food and share them with you. What’s better than ramen in the rain?
We went to the restaurant ‘Yo sushi!’ which have a Blue Monday special ie. lots of cheap yet yummy plates on the conveyor belt!
Although we went for sushi, I was really craving ramen and couldn’t help myself! It was amazing ^.^
As you can see we didn’t go sparingly…
Hope you enjoyed this quick lil’ post and you’re having a great week so far! I know it has been raining today but I came home very excited to find my new summer dresses that I ordered. Wishing to share them with you at the weekend. Stay tuned!
*This article will contain spoilers from episode 8 of 13 Reasons Why
At the beginning of every month I sit down, take out my diary and plan my blog posts for the month. Any piece of inspiration that I’ve gathered gets organised. But sometimes, in between the lines, little thoughts pop up that can’t be ignored. As a writer I feel the need to document and as a blogger it’s nice to share myself personally. Therefore, sometimes I find myself throwing out the schedule and writing freelance – as I am now.
One traditional horror villain I’m not too keen on watching – not because they’re scary, but because I find them a little boring – is the Zombie. Hand me a comedy say, Shaun of the dead or Zombieland and I’ll happily give it a go with much enjoyment. But an actual horror? No thanks.
My boyfriend on the other hand, is all over the Walking Dead. Films on Zombies are about the only horror he can watch – not because they’re boring, but because he finds them too scary! Last weekend he recommended we watch World War Z. Not the upmost horrific film available, but enough for me to say yes.
I was pleasantly surprised, relieved even, that the storyline was a lot more thought out than ZOMBIES, RUN, SHOOT, GET TO THE SAFE ZONE. Clearly this is how all Zombie movies are…
Instead the film is tense and thought provoking with an interesting solution. Of which I will not spoil of course.
I know a lot of people – the real Zombie nerds – have a lot of feelings and ideas about Zombies. Even plans for when ‘it’ happens. Personally, I’ve never believed Zombies could be plausible however this film does take it very realistically… I’m just saying, if it were to happen, this is how I imagine it to be.
Now I challenge you to try something new. Let me know what it was and whether you liked it. Spring is the perfect excuse, right?
Last Friday (20th) was the release day of M. Night Shyamalan’s new film, SPLIT. I was super excited to see it and was not disappointed.
Last night, I went to see Allied at the cinema. I had already seen the trailer and was quite looking forward to it. The story is set during World War II, about an English officer marrying a French Resistance fighter who later is accused of being a German spy.
The following review was written live as I watched the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life for the first time:
FRIDAY MEANS GILMORE GIRLS DAY. I have been so excited for the Year in the Life episodes (uploaded to Netflix today). In all honesty, I only discovered this show a few months ago and I can’t believe what I’ve been missing out on! To think I only took a peek to see what the fuss was about… well worth it indeed.
How do you get away with murder? Well, it takes five law students, one computer geek, two secretive assistants, some pesky clients and one badass defence attorney.
Bates Motel is an American television series falling under the horror genre. Revealing Norman Bates’ decline in sanity, the series focuses on his teenage years prior to his life depicted in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.