I guess you’ve all heard of Fifty Shades of Grey. If not, here’s the rundown: it was book by E.L. James that originated as a Twilight fan-fiction. It became immensely popular, and got lots of media attention, becoming a best-seller. However, the attention it got was mainly due to its controversial sexual themes, like sadomasochism. In addition, the book explicitly describes the sexual content to the last detail. Due to its popularity, movie studios decided to cash in on it by making a film adaptation, with Nowhere Boy director, Sam Taylor-Johnson, directing it. Where do I begin?
Not much to say for this week, however I do not want to fall out of the loop with these after only one post. I could repeat myself and say how things are progressing but I think the one interesting topic at the moment would be the anniversary.Yup, it’s really been 3 years so let me tell you the tale.
Spiderman is going to be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Marvel and Sony made a deal and the Webslinger be in the MCU. Listen to the Podcast after the bump!
What is this you ask? Something that needs no promotion. Once a week (hopefully) this will be my short writing blog about what’s happening between me and this website. I do not expect a lot of readers but I have always enjoyed reading about what’s going on behind the scenes on various websites and people I am a fan of, so that is my goal here.
If you do not read this you will NOT fall behind on anything for it is not important information. However, for the few people like myself who enjoys this stuff I shall write about it. (and please excuse my crappy grammar)
The battle continues, and so does the silliness…
And the nifty Rifters are BACK! They enter the castle and encounter a mysterious alien inteligence called “The Harlequin” who invites them to his Realm of “Fun”…
Warning: The following review contains a spoiler near the end. If you haven’t played it yet, quickly scroll down to where it says END OF SPOILER.
After almost a year, I finally caved in and bought myself a PS4, alongside Infamous Second Son. I suppose it was inevitable that I would cover this game, seeing as how I reviewed Infamous 1 and 2 last year. Anyways, what do I think about Sucker Punch’s latest game and transition to a new console? Well, that’s what I’m here to find out.