A Very Long Engagement (2004)

So, we’ve done Delicatessen and The City Of Lost Children. We skipped Alien Resurrection because I might review it as part of a different set (You probably know which one that is) and we have covered Amelie, so now we’re here. This is A Very Long Engagement (No pun Intended). Based on the novel by Jean Baptiste Rossi and set in 1919/1920, our story revolves … Continue reading A Very Long Engagement (2004)

Laid Back Camp Season 2 Episode 1

As I mentioned in my January update; Reviews of Youtube Channels are becoming “Wild Card” Reviews that appear out of nowhere like random Pokemon battles on the original Gameboy. And instead, the prestigious time slot will be dedicated to Anime and has become the Thursday At Six Anime Review (or TASAR!). I also mentioned that this will be the first show/episode/movie that I would be … Continue reading Laid Back Camp Season 2 Episode 1

The City Of Lost Children (1995)

We continue Jean-Pierre Jeunet month by talking about his second film, and what would become his last directorial collaboration with Marc Caro (and also the last time we see Caro in an extras role). It brings up the question on where to go after Delicatessen, and then asking ourselves how deep this rabbit hole can go – This is The City Of Lost Children. Set … Continue reading The City Of Lost Children (1995)

The Cottage Fairy

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKx5lHJ6Fr5mbT4TYVLh6ng This was a Youtube channel I found (recommended to me) only about a month ago, and as of now it has only been going since June 2020. To say the least, I’m pleased. And I’ll tell you why: Set in the North-East of Washington State, USA, The Cottage Fairy is a Youtube Channel created by Paola Merrill, and is based on her actual experiences, … Continue reading The Cottage Fairy

Art In Art Out Update: January 4th 2021

So, after taking a bit of time to ponder and plan, I’ve decided to make at least one change to everything that is happening in this site’s year to come. We’ll start with a preview of the full line up for 2021 on Monday: January: Jean Pierre Jeunet Month – Four films directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. I have already written about his 2001 film Amelie … Continue reading Art In Art Out Update: January 4th 2021

Sapphire

https://www.youtube.com/c/StrawberryCreme26/featured You know, there are video game series that I consistently go back to, in the same way people will re-read books, re-watch films and TV shows, and listen to favourite albums or singles. In my case, among the go-to game series are the Persona games. In particular Persona 3, 4 and 5, as well as all of the games associated with those 3 sets … Continue reading Sapphire

Jake Westbrook

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpDdI8yjp6ptri2QcQ85XJg/featured Well it’s Christmas Eve! And you know what can lift people out of a downer? Even with everything that has been happening over the last 9 months? Music! Even people with advanced dementia will, for a few minutes, experience an escapism while music plays. And do you know what manages to stick around every Christmas, even when fewer children are acquiring the toys and … Continue reading Jake Westbrook

In Bruges (2008)

In every country, especially during difficult times, Comedy is a national treasure. While taste varies from person to person, it is one of the great pleasures of life regardless of what is happening. Some like it physical, others like it witty, and others a hybrid of the two…and others like it darker than black coffee on a moonless night. Tonight, we’ll be diving into such … Continue reading In Bruges (2008)