The Game of Thrones writers aren’t perfect. They’ve had some mistakes in the past. However, I was re-watching the season seven finale, and, I have to say, it was masterful. There are little things that work beautifully. There’s Sansa saying that the lone wolf dies but the pack survives right before we see Jon Snow make his questionable relationship decision with Daenerys. It’s not too blatant, but it implies that maybe Jon will find himself outside the family circle. I’d like to see that.
I used to wait every Sunday for The Walking Dead to come on. I would literally shake because I was so excited to see the latest from the Rick Grimes gang. I used to compare it to Game of Thrones.
San Diego Comic Con happened recently, and we had plenty of big releases to talk about. Arguably one of the biggest is Aquaman, DC Comics’ next attempt at a good movie. Hopefully this one pays off, unlike the others, save Wonder Woman. However, I took one look at the newly unveiled Aquaman poster and cringed in horror.
If you walk into my room, you'll be assaulted straight away with posters of the BTS boys, small postcards of J-Hope (actually, 23 postcards, 2 Polaroids, and 2 photo cards to be exact) and an entire section of my bookshelf dedicated to their albums. I watch videos of them every morning, tweet about them throughout the day, and connect with other ARMYs, the name of BTS' fan group, via Twitter. How did I get like this? How did I completely fall in love with a group who sings predominantly in Korean when I don't even speak it? How did this happen to millions upon millions of others worldwide like myself?
The majority of modern horror movies aren’t scary. Maybe movies like Insidious have their moments, but even the popular horror franchise has lost itself to the most damaging cliché in horror cinema.