I don’t know how TWD does it: they manage to produce an episode that’s fairly decent and simultaneously makes me want to punch my television. It’s a gift, really.
I hope you’re all having a lovely Christmas!
For all of you in the US celebrating thanksgiving, happy turkey day!
Less than two weeks to go until the season 7 premiere, and whoever is in charge of The Walking Dead PR seems to be working overtime, going all out with the publicity to make us forget all about the clusterf*ck that was the controversial (because yes, some people actually liked the cliffhanger) season 6 finale.
Don’t get me wrong, I have enjoyed the Bourne movies as much as the next girl. Matt Damon is always great, and as far as spy movies/adventure flicks go, The Bourne franchise has it all: artfully choreographed fight scenes, explosive car chases, a seemingly indestructible hero and plenty of shaky cam to leave audiences satisfied, albeit a little dizzy.
Just watched the
“Friends” reunion James Burrows special… what a snoozefest. All that hype for 12′ of 5/6 of the cast reminiscing about the show.
Happy New Year everyone!
Here’s to an exciting 2016, full of love, happiness, health and success for you and your loved ones!
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and also the season where there’s nothing to watch on TV because you’re supposed to be out there enjoying yourself, celebrating with family, partying with friends … and none of it involves being glued to the screen unless you’re watching classic Christmas movies you’ve seen a thousand times before.
Which exactly what I intend to do over the next few days, so there will be radio silence on the Telethon until 2016 rolls around.
Coincidentally, yesterday’s post was #100 on this blog, so it’s nice to leave 2015 having hit a milestone.
Meanwhile, allow me to shamelessly plug my baking blog and show you my festive gingerbread house (filled with a glorious Christmas chocolate cake!) …
… and to wish you all a very
and a Happy New Year!
xoxo Telethon Runner
Just finished watching Crimson Peak, and I honestly don’t get what the fuss was all about. The first half was like a slow period piece; I kept expecting the twist in the second half but alas, it never really happened. The cinematography and the effects were excellent, but not enough to keep my interest… peaked (excuse the pun).
Also, that ‘I heard you the first time’ line at the end? Totally something an action hero in a cheesy movie would have said. Come to think of it, being able to fight/run/climb stairs despite severe injuries is also straight out of the action hero playbook and just felt bizarre (and cheap) in this case.