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Talkative Workmate Completely Ruining Game of Thrones

The newest episode of HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones aired last night, becoming the primary conversational subject around the office just like every Monday during the months that new episodes are released. 317 more words

News

X-Men: Days of Future Past

It seems as though when a Marvel superhero is out of the hands of Marvel themselves, there is a mixed record. Fantastic Four, Daredevil and Electra were all widely panned, while the two seperate versions of Spidermen have mixed reviews and cause forum arguments on their mention. 846 more words

HBO's Game of Thrones is Veering Away from the Books, And That's a Good Thing!

Season 5 is here (no spoilers below), and everyone is panicking as to why the producers aren’t following the books! I mean, the books are literary masterpieces, why would someone want to deviate from them? 728 more words

Cinema

7 Films About Neuroses & Psychoses That Don’t Get Enough Attention

Jonathan Eng writes on CURNBLOG, “Film history is jam-packed with neuroses, psychoses, and character disorders writ large and small. As Vivian Leigh and Dustin Hoffman and Javier Bardem and Natalie Portman can attest, having a DSM-5 condition can lead to an Oscar. 90 more words

Film

If House of Wolves had a raid, most people wouldn't make it there, anyways.

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about Destiny. Once you’ve hit level 32, your gear is all maxed out and you have plenty of cool weapons, you don’t really have much to complete. 524 more words

Game of Thrones Season 5: Episode 1: A total UNspoilery post!

We’ve made it to Friday! EEK! WHOOP! This was also the week that Game of Thrones returned to our screens. Yes, fans wept and countries across the globe gave up productivity for entertainment. 315 more words

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LARPing, Knights of Badassdom, Peter Dinklage and Kit Harrington (just because)

So yehhhhh, I LARP.

LARP

lärp/

noun

noun: LARPS; plural noun: LARPs

  1. a type of interactive role-playing game in which the participants portray characters through physical action, often in costume and with props.

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