Movies · Opinion

What I Thought of: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, tells of Ted Bundy’s crimes from the perspective of his girlfriend, Liz (Lisa Collins) as she struggles to come to terms with and believe what he’s done. I was cautious about this movie, as interested as I am in true crime stories, I worry that films like this, which… Continue reading What I Thought of: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Movies

What I thought of: Detective Pikachu

I was the biggest Pokemon fan as a child, so when I saw the first trailer for Detective Pikachu I knew I’d have to see it. Detective Pikachu chronicles Tim Goodman’s adventure of finding out what really happen to his estranged father with the help his father’s partner, Pikachu. Tim’s told that his father died… Continue reading What I thought of: Detective Pikachu

Eco-Friendly Living

World Bee Day: How You Can Save Our Fuzzy Friends

Now more than ever, we need to save the bees. If the bees go extinct, the result would be catastrophic. So many trees and plants would go down with them, and therefore our food, our oxygen, everything. Our ecosystem in it’s natural state is awe-inspiring, but delicate, and we’ve meddled too much with the world’s… Continue reading World Bee Day: How You Can Save Our Fuzzy Friends

Book Reviews

Book Review: A Short History of Nearly Everything

I haven’t read a Bill Bryson book in a really long time, so when I came across one of his in a secondhand hand shop I knew I had to get it. A Short History of Nearly Everything is very different from Bryson’s usual work, as he tends to primarily write travel novels. What’s different… Continue reading Book Review: A Short History of Nearly Everything