Now that a considerable amount of the Harry Potter fanbase no longer supports J.K Rowling due to her stance on the transgender community, where do you turn when you turn when you want to stay n the Wizarding World but disconnect from the creator? Thankfully, the franchise is so big that fans (and even critics)… Continue reading 7 Bizarre, Hilarious, And Wonderfully Weird Harry Potter Fan Creations
If you read my Christmas movie post, then you’ll know why I love Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer so much. I decided to expand on that in this post. Why Do I Love Rudolf So Much? I’m well aware of the fact that the 1998 Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer movie isn’t the original Rudolf. It’s the… Continue reading Why Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer Was My Childhood Hero – My Bullying Story
I sometimes get embarrassed when I say that fan-fiction played a huge role in my life. It has such a bad reputation that it makes people cringe, or they judge fan-fiction writers. However, I’m a firm believer that fan-fiction really can improve your writing. TL;DR Benefits Of Fan-Fiction For Writers: Practicing writing in any form… Continue reading Can Fan-Fiction Really Improve Your Writing?
I’m so happy to partake in the Back to Hogwarts Tag. If you’ve been reading for a while then you know how much I adore Harry Potter. If you’re new, feel free to take a look at my Harry Potter Bucket List, the Harry Potter-themed adventures I had in London, and my favourite books. Thank… Continue reading The Back to Hogwarts Tag
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
For the past few years, nostalgia, remakes, and sequels have been spewed out all over Hollywood. From the failed Heathers reboot to several different Spidermans in less than 20 years. Even video games like Crash Bandicoot have gotten reboots. it feels like there isn’t a whole not of new content being made. Disney seems hellbent on remaking… Continue reading Why is Hollywood remaking everything?
I’ve been a massive fan of Gerard Way for most of my life, both as the frontman of my favourite band, and as a comic book writer. I’ve been waiting to see the Umbrella Academy on screen since I was at least 16, and it’s finally here! I re-read Apocalypse Suit, and Dallas before the… Continue reading What I thought of The Umbrella Academy
I originally didn’t think I was going to review Bohemian Rhapsody but once I saw it I knew I just had to. What’s Bohemian Rhapsody about: Bohemian Rhapsody tells of the life of Freddie Mercury, formerly known as Farrokh Bulsara, and the rise of Queen. The film followed a simple straight-forward narrative so Queen fan… Continue reading What I Thought of Bohemian Rhapsody
I actually struggled to think of a Halloween Reviewing Childhood, Halloween is my favourite time of year which means every year I rewatch my childhood favourites such as Hocus Pocus, Halloween Town, and everything Tim Burton’s ever made. There was no point writing about things I watch annually because it’s not going to be the… Continue reading Reviewing Childhood: Sabrina the Teenage Witch
The Rugrats was my favourite show when I was really young and I remember loving this movie when it came out. If you’re new here, Reviewing Childhood is a series where I revisit old favourites from when I was a kid, and see if they still hold up now. So far I’ve revisited old Cartoon Network… Continue reading Reviewing Childhood: Rugrats in Paris