In what way are you pressing your luck? I don’t know! I really don’t think I am. When did you last wield an iron? About a week or so ago, and the really sad part is the only reason I brought it out and ironed things that badly needed it was because our internet was down, so… Continue reading Friday Five: Press
This review spoils the ending of the movie, so proceed with caution. I know I saw this a lot, but one of my favorite things about film, books, TV, or really any art is perspective–you’re seeing the world through a very, very specific lens, getting to see how that writer experiences it themselves. Frankly, I don’t… Continue reading Movie Review: The Danish Girl
Warning: there are some spoilers here, so proceed with caution. I tried not to give away anything huge, but I do discuss the ending! The plot of The Revenant might be as simple as it gets–after a man serving as a guide gets attacked by a bear, a few of the men he’s with and… Continue reading Movie Review: The Revenant
I found a new meme! I don’t know why I enjoy these so much–I think because they prod me to think and write about things I might not have otherwise. So here it is, another set of weekly questions, courtesy of Saturday 9. Saturday 9: Don’t You Care? (1967) 1) What’s something that seems to… Continue reading Saturday 9: Don’t You Care?
How would you describe your sense of direction? I mean, I wouldn’t say it’s terrible, but it’s definitely not good. Although it has been getting better. Whose sense of humor is most like yours? Honestly, all of the Craigs had very similar senses of humor in that we were drawn to sort of over-the-top and bizarre things.… Continue reading Friday Five: Sense
A while ago, I found this great site that sold some nerd-related apparel that I really, really loved. Naturally, I made it a point to like their Facebook page–a lot of smaller sites like this one will post their coupon codes up their, and coupons are great. Now, the Facebook page also had a healthy… Continue reading On Rape Jokes and Disrespecting Your Own Followers
Full disclosure: I haven’t actually seen all of Tarantino’s other movies. Of the ones I have seen, Reservoir Dogs is my favorite. Hateful Eight opens with bounty hunter John Ruth and his bounty, Daisy, crossing paths with fellow bounty hunter Major Marquis Warren. They’re all headed to the same town to claim their bounties–Warren with… Continue reading Movie Review: The Hateful Eight