Displaying posts published in

September 2010

How To Train Your Dragon

Ever since my childhood, I have always been fascinated by dragons. Books about dragons, movies with dragons, and games featuring dragons have as such always held a great appeal to me. Today, I will be looking at the most recent addition to the many, many dragon-centric fantasy films I’ve seen, How To Train Your Dragon. […]


I think it is fairly well established at this point that Christopher Nolan is really damn good at what he does. His past work as writer, director, and sometimes producer of films such as Memento, The Prestige, Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight have demonstrated his particular aptitude for darkly brilliant films that often make […]

Breaking Dawn: Breaking Wind, Breaking Minds – Part Two

Eventually, I had the courage to resume as the book shifts back to Bella’s perspective, and she goes through the agonizing transformation into a vampire before awakening, her senses sharper than ever and her alleged physical plainness and clumsiness gone for good, now just as implausibly attractive and powerful as other Meyerpires. Of course, as […]

Breaking Dawn: Breaking Wind, Breaking Minds – Part One

By this point in my reviews of the Twilight Saga, it should be well-established that I feel the series got steadily worse with each successive book. As the bad-but-not-terrible Twilight was the absolute pinnacle of the series to start the saga out with a  “meh”, so Breaking Dawn must be the absolute nadir of the […]