You may or may not be familiar with the work of Adam Nevill. He is a British writer and author of many reputable books – one of them being The Ritual. A horror novel released in October 2011, the piece received noteworthy accommodation from its readers and critics. So, rather expectedly, one British production company thought it’d be a great idea to make Nevill’s story … Continue reading The Cinematic Interpretation of The Ritual – Is it any good?
Courtesy of Frequency 21, a music publication whom I’ve had the opportunity of writing for over the past few months, here is an example of one of my reviews. See more of my posts here. Self-proclaimed American boyband and emperors of defying stereotypes, BROCKHAMPTON have continued their success with a second album which follows on directly and fluently from their first. The release of SATURATION II comes … Continue reading Album Review of BROCKHAMPTON’S SATURATION II
If Caspar the Ghost had a living, female embodiment then it would be me. I am possibly so pale that I glow in the dark a little bit. I’ve had phases of feeling insecure about the fact that I resemble the moon or a milk bottle at times but this is England – there is an abundance of people as pale as me and there … Continue reading Fake Tanning Do’s and Don’ts
At this very moment in time, I am tapping away at my keyboard surrounding by a lemsip, an excessive amount of tissues and repeatedly taking regular breaks to blow my nose. September, as per usual, has hit me in the face with the dreaded common cold and the painstakingly sore throat. As I tweeted earlier in the week, this is a regular occurrence. Being a … Continue reading What to do when Illness Hits
“Describe yourself as if you are reading from a psychologist’s notepad. Analyse your behaviour, make possible diagnoses, etc.” Whilst I should be thinking about why I feel the way I feel and do the things that I do, I can’t help but consider what they think. Then again, I can’t help but consider what everyone thinks of my existence. Perhaps that’s my problem. Although, that … Continue reading A Short Story: Psychologist’s Notepad
Courtesy of Frequency 21, a music publication whom I’ve had the opportunity of writing for over the past few months, here is an example of one of my reviews. See more of my posts here. Allan Kyariga, widely known by his stage name Allan Kingdom, is a Minnesota based Canadian rapper and record producer who is everyone’s favourite lately. He’s known for his past collaborations … Continue reading Album Review of Allan Kingdom’s LINES
With my blog’s following increasing dramatically and the amount of support I am receiving on Twitter making advanced progress, I figured that it was about time I shared a post all about myself – as if my blog isn’t already about me enough. I’m aware that I have an ‘About’ page, a dozen personalized blog posts and that I share (too much) of an insight … Continue reading Who’s behind the blog?