So, for those of you that are up to date with upcoming games and the like, you’ve probably heard of Pillow Castle, and their upcoming release “Museum Of Simulation Technology”. Continue reading
And now for film three, queued to be published whilst 3/4 of the team are sat sharing a pint in my local. Cheers!
Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good night. That Guy here, for my first review since Morgan Freeman knows when… But I’m back, and I plan to stay, and it’s all thanks to the lady who requested this review. You know who you are – thank you for believing in my opinion.
And without further ado… here it is.
Okay, so, every so often, you may have noticed that we’ll mention a new series of things that we want to write about, and sometimes, they go well, and sometimes, they don’t. This time, I’m not going to set a time-scale, or a date, but rather, leave it as open ended as possible.
This particular series is one that we will be using to talk about something that we don’t see an awful lot of, but want to see more of – or maybe, there is a lot of it, and we want more because it’s so awesome. The point is, we’ll talk about how awesome it is, and why we need more.
Simple as that.
Ah, there’s nothing quite like a Saturday evening in front of Netflix, as shown on my Xbox. Throw in the promise of a bacon sandwich on “giraffe” bread after watching the “horror” film, and you might just have described a perfect night. Depending on the quality of the film, of course…
Okay then. I’m a relatively modern gentleman – I play as up to date video games as my finances allow without screwing myself over, I try to keep up with the news, and I’m part of the class of people we refer to as “bloggers”, who, let’s face it, are the cornerstone of the modern internet.I’m on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, I have a Youtube account (which came with the Google+ account – I’m modern enough to know that NO-ONE used Google+). I’ve used Tinder and Kik, I made the mistake that a few other people made and chose a Windows Phone over anything running an Android OS (which I hope to remedy this coming May), I’m our resident techie, and I clearly understand what all of these things are AND how to use them, or else you’d probably see me posting questions onto Twitter and wondering where the hell the Google logo is…
The problem is, though, that I’m not too keen on all this hashtagging that we see on TV…
Never have I written a review of a film, so shortly after finishing watching it. Never have I felt the need to express my opinion on such a subject, with such conviction, that I was already working out my ending statements before the film itself had actually finished. Never before have I been so sure that my review, no matter how I proceed from this point forth, would fail to complete convey how I feel towards the subject matter.