I'm back from the holidays! After finishing the reading of his third biography, it's time to review Brian Jay Jones' George Lucas: A Life!
"But sometimes seeing is believing. And sometimes, the most real things in the world are the things we can't see."
This Hufflepuff has some analyzing to do about the play that has split one of the biggest fandoms in the world.
Losing the magic of Christmas when you're no longer a kid sucks. I thought I'd share my thoughts on this and how I may possibly revive my Christmas spirit in the future.
# 5: Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas (1976) Synopsis: Young Emmet Otter and his Ma are struggling to make ends meet after the death of Pa Otter, reverting to doing the laundry and odd jobs of others. When a talent contest is to be held in town with the prize of $50 for first place,…
(Or That Time Brian Jay Jones Made Me Cry) Now, let me just start off by saying that this is more a re-telling of my experience of reading the book, than it is an actual review. There are certain books I can read through, then give a somewhat solid opinion about without too much bias: Jim…
A small introduction post that will hopefully be the first of many.