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The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug - review

The second Hobbit film continues where the first one left off, a group of short hairy men, who are all pretty indistinguishable from each other, apart from the leader, the hot one and the one from Sherlock. 365 more words


Púkel man spotted in the High Fells!

This is strictly non-canon but I’m going to throw it out there and receive your feedback …

You may have already noticed, upon prior viewings of… 261 more words

The Films

The Thematic Significance of Weapons in The Desolation of Smaug

For my first article on The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, I want to talk about the weapons. Although it’s a common theme across all of the Middle-earth movies, it seems clear that possessing weapons directly expresses a character’s power to exact their will on those around them. 1,455 more words

Commentary & Analysis

April Challenge: Day TwentyTwo

Here Dear Readers is yet another “oldy but a goody” for our Thirty Days of Thorin – one of my personal favourites in fact. I confess just quietly between you and me that I have spent many a happy hour gazing longingly at this particular screen shot and have proceeded to skip off quite contentedly to my happy place.   8 more words

Ed Sheeran: I See Fire

Written and co-produced by Ed Sheeran

Soundtrack of “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.”

Oh, misty eye of the mountain below
Keep careful watch of my brothers’ souls… 295 more words


Prequel? Are You Insane?!

One more post before I breakout additional WonderCon photos, which you may be sick of looking at, but I’m not yet.

I’m chuckling at the wealth of commentary I could and probably will make on the last few blog pieces of Servetus. 220 more words

Richard Armitage

Tuesday: What The Lord of the Rings means to me

I’m writing some blog posts in advance because I’ve got a busy couple of days coming up. Monday’s was a breeze, I’m basically going to just talk about a film I’ve seen recently every Monday because I go to the cinema each week and at least it’s one stress free day as far as blogging goes. 771 more words