Tuesday, 22 July 2014

It's An Art Attack!

I recently started getting back into one of my favourite hobbies when I was younger, drawing. The reason I stopped doing it was stupid, I was no longer the best of all my friends at it. Well after all the motivational quotes I've seen on the internet it was time for me to get over not being the best. That being said, here are my first three creations.

Saturday, 5 July 2014

Netflix Recommendations: July 2014

Here are my recommendations for Canadian Netflix this July (Bold = New titles/ones I've just watched):

-The Faculty
Elijah Wood fights an Alien invasion, as directed by Robert Rodriguez

-The Banshee Chapter
A serious film inspired by From Beyond with the gay vampire baptist minister from True Blood without the accent.

-V/H/S 2
Some of the segments in this anthology film legitimately freaked me out for a night or two.

One of the better Zom Coms, with a small dose of Rom thrown in there.

Thursday, 26 June 2014

Blockbuster Season: Winter Soldier, Spider Man 2, X-men & Godzilla

This year's Summer blockbuster season is chock full of films that I've been hankerin' to see. Now I haven't seen all of them yet (Guardians of the Galaxy doesn't even come out until August) but here are my thoughts on the ones that I have seen so far:

Tuesday, 13 May 2014


It is not often that a horror film causes restless nights for me, but after seeing Oculus on Thursday, I'm still thinking about it.

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Netflix Recommendations: May 2014

So I've decided to help you to wade through the sea that is Netflix (Canada's) horror and sci-fi movie selection. I will only suggest things that I have seen and the occasional tv show will be thrown in once in a while. Every month I will give an update with new titles that have appeared since the last list bolded. Here are my top picks for the month of May:

Friday, 2 May 2014

The Quiet Ones: Quite Fun

The latest film to come out of the revamped Hammer production company is a supernatural experiment based horror. The film is based on a Canadian experiment done in the 1970s called The Philip Experiment and stars Sam Claflin (Hunger Games: Catching Fire) and Olivia Cooke (Bates Motel)

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Game of Thrones Burlesque: Rude, Crude and a bit less nude

Well last Saturday was quite the night. I went on a solo mission to see the Tourette's Without Regrets Game of Thrones Burlesque show at The Rio Theatre and it was well worth the awkward feeling of sitting beside a stranger. To be fair I at least knew one of the people performing in the show, my friend Jesse Inocalla was playing Tyrion Lannister (the imp) and did so hilariously. You might be thinking "but isn't Tourettes Without Regrets from California?" and you would be right, but probably half the cast was made up of Vancouverites including the fan favourite Little Miss Risk (as Melisandre), the adorable Voodoo Pixie (as Bran) and the demonic Bloody Betty (as the Executioner and Ramsay Snow).