Black Mirror Season 5 is coming, and is looking amazing… Andrew Scott looking like he is channelling his inner Moriarty while anxious over modern life.
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Have you ever watched “In The Night Garden” and wondered if it could be any more creepy? I mean it’s totally about a sailor nicknamed “Iggle Piggle” stuck on boat in the middle of the ocean, so kinda creepy anyway. But what if “Doctor Who” was mixed in with it? More specifically, what if The […]
Lego. Is simply awesome. Considering how awesome this house (and myself), reckon Lego is, I’m not sure why I’ve not written a Lego review yet. But there was something about this set, that simply inspires. Gentle Spoilers for Lego Movie 2 are found below! Lego Movie 2, introduces us to Queen Watevra. A character who […]
I wasn’t going to post “that” picture of The Momo Challenge. But I loved this thread from Jim Waterson, the Media Editor from The Guardian. (Click the text below to open up more in Twitter) Among various things:1) A feedback loop with schools/police reading stories, issuing warnings, creating more stories2) Mirror quoting an unsourced 130 […]
No, I’m not going to post any of those pictures of the Momo Challenge. Yeah you know the ones, the pictures of that creepy lady with big eyes. She’s probably found on your Facebook. Creepy lady associated with a suicide game aimed at kids. Yeah flip, be worried about that one. She and it are […]
Welcome to winter. The time of the year when nights draw in, weather gets worse, and… well… colour wise it all gets a bit dull outside. Bursting through the winter colours, comes Carnival Games on the Nintendo Switch. (Quick disclaimer – whilst the game was free, all the opinions are my own) Carnival Games is […]
After the week following her first proper watch of Doctor Who, led to her quoting the Doctor – and not just quoting… playing being the Doctor. We settled down to watch the second episode together. If last week was a slower paced introduction to everyone, this didn’t feel overly faster paced, it was a plod […]