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She-Hulk, The Honest Review
For the most part, I’m ignoring everything around the show, cast and crew interviews for the most part aren’t relevant. The whole, “why isn’t Bruce called He-Hulk” nonsense just isn’t relevant to the show, but there are a few bits that are so telling when you watch this show.
Simply tearing this film apart would just not be productive. There was real potential with this film and visually, it is a wonder to see. Jared Leto gave an interview and was asked about the stuff of nightmares, the horrifying hand or Morbius from the cartoons. His response ignored the question and instead he went on about the style of the movie.
This was not a game that came out of Nowhere. This is not a game that had the cards stacked against it. Instead, this is an amalgamation of consistently great stories, respectful gameplay, and the notion that a game doesn’t have to hold your hand to give you what you want.
The Thorn My first bow was made from a PVC pipe and fiberglass rods. It was in every single way, a bad bow. Sure it was fun and it gave me the bug for archery. I will always love it as it was the start of my archery journey- but it was still a bad bow.
It has taken a long time to get here. To get to the point where I can say, I have depression. I said a few years ago that I have ‘down days’ but that I didn’t class myself as someone with depression as I didn’t see myself as survive as I know others are.
The Haunting of Hill House
This month many people will be looking for that truly terrifying movie to watch when the lights are out. There is no shortage of contenders. Films set under the sea that build claustrophobic fears, slashers based on true events, and all manner of ghosts and monsters.