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By Guest Hoyden on February 20, 2013
Remember the rules? It’s been a while: you must choose one of each of the three candidates to match each fate. No skipping any.
Or you could just talk about your favourite entertainments, since this is just a hook to hang some pop culture on. How about this awards season, eh?
By Orlando on February 15, 2013
Last night my family sat down together to watch Coraline, and I found myself instinctively grouping it with two other films centred on little girls navigating dark and strange fantasy lands, Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away and Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth.
By tigtog on February 14, 2013
This is a feast of a film, a comedy-drama-romance of families, friendships and forgiveness which sparkles with subtly dazzling restraint, studded with troubling emotions and snort-out-loud humour.
By tigtog on November 22, 2011
Love it? Hate it? Meh? It’s a bit hard to totally ignore this week, just sayin’. (obviously, Spoilers Alert)
By tigtog on November 20, 2011
…the courageous Merida confronts tradition, destiny and the fiercest of beasts.
By blue milk on July 28, 2011
.. when you said you want to wear white and be a princess for a day?
By tigtog on July 19, 2011
I’m not sure that one person having this much fun is legal, is it?
By tigtog on June 17, 2011
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2″ Trailer 2 – No description/transcript yet. Apologies. The best I can do is the Warner Bros blurb, because I have to get back to work.
By tigtog on June 10, 2011
I really do hope for an excessive abundance of banter if they’re going to go the whole herd of hogs, as it appears that they are.
By tigtog on May 10, 2011
Thor-vs-Green-Lantern-squee. Well played, ItsJustSomeRandomGuy.
By tigtog on May 5, 2011
Because who doesn’t love a truly horrible pun?
By Guest Hoyden on April 1, 2011
Our guest hoyden today is Tasmanian author Tansy Rayner Roberts, who has the second book of her fantasy trilogy released today! woot!
I can’t remember not knowing who Jean Marsh was.