Immortal Redneck has finally got me into first person shooters

I have given Immortal Redneck pretty high praise in the reviews I've written for it. I genuinely think I deserve it. The art style is cute and funny, the gameplay is a lot of fun (arguably an important aspect of a video game) and the game as a whole has a great of humour. I … Continue reading Immortal Redneck has finally got me into first person shooters

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I’m overthinking Steven Universe and it’s breaking my heart and I love it

When I first decided to include a blog with this site, I guessed that I'd probably end up posting Steven Universe fan theories rather than anything especially meaningful. Most of my posts haven't been all that meaningful, but I'm finally getting round to needing to talk about Steven Universe. The revelation in the most recent … Continue reading I’m overthinking Steven Universe and it’s breaking my heart and I love it

Despite the S1 finale, I was not prepared for my emotional reaction to the end of One Day At A Time season two

I am aware that I got a little bit emotional when Elena's dad bailed on her. My dad not being around is not something I enjoy thinking about. But I was in no way prepared for the end of the second season. In the last episode of One Day At A Time season two, Lydia … Continue reading Despite the S1 finale, I was not prepared for my emotional reaction to the end of One Day At A Time season two

The Belko Experiment and the problem with fight to the death stories

Generally, I like James Gunn. I like both Guardians of the Galaxy movies and Slither and the live adaptation of Scooby Doo (which I did not realise he wrote until many years after I first loved it). Perhaps more than that, I like how forthcoming he is on social media about his work and his intentions. He just seems … Continue reading The Belko Experiment and the problem with fight to the death stories

A very late reflection blog about my second boxing match for Refuge

This blog is very, very overdue, but hopefully I'll be able to come up with something useful out of the extra few weeks of reflection time. On November 23rd, after roughly ten weeks of training, I had my second boxing match in aid of Refuge. I didn't feel particularly prepared, if I'm honest. I hadn't … Continue reading A very late reflection blog about my second boxing match for Refuge