My sister Racheal (blogger name Rue202 and my brother Joshua and myself have sung our own rendition of the famous Frozen song Let It Go! Hope you enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yP0HgOTGFko
I gotta admit, these first two videos are kinda emotional as an invested Marvel Cinematic Universe fan (and Marvel fan in general). They won't have the same effect if you haven't seen Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, which are not only the two finest MCU films, but among the finest films ever made. (And … Continue reading For Us MCU, DCEU and/or Harry Potter Fans
My good friend Lydia Potter from the blog In His Service and Loving It (which I highly recommend) suggested I film myself singing. Utterly bored thanks to COVID-19, me and my sister Racheal (username Rue202) of the blogs Racheal's Novels and Miscellaneous Oddity decided to take up her suggestion, and filmed ourselves singing I Will … Continue reading I Will Survive… My Terrible Singing
(OK, I admit I was partly inspired to write this post when watching the excellent live-action remake of Aladdin - specifically in the climax when Jasmine sings the inspiring song "Speechless", which brought to mind certain attitudes toward women that some claim is Biblical.) The Bible is filled with examples of women of faith who … Continue reading Bring On Women Pastors!
Welcome to the 32nd edition of My Fortnightly Movie/TV Thoughts! Last fortnight, I reviewed The Ten Commandments (1956). This fortnight, I'm reviewing: Risen (2016), rated M for mature themes, violence and some disturbing images That of course is the Australian rating; in the United States, it's rated PG-13 for Biblical violence including some disturbing images. … Continue reading Risen
You might remember my post The Werewolves of Ireland, in which I discussed the Emerald Isle's history of lycanthropy (werewolves), which was particularly disturbing as they were my direct ancestors. Well, here's another mediaeval werewolf tale - this one of the warrior Sigmund and his son Sinfjötli, who dabbled in something they shouldn't, becoming wolves … Continue reading Another Old Werewolf Tale
If you haven't already guessed, the Tasmanian Tiger - or the Thylacine, as it is properly called - is an Australian animal, mainly from the island state of Tasmania. Or at least, it was; it's been considered extinct since 1936, when the last known Tiger died in captivity. (Note that despite its common name - … Continue reading Tasmanian Tiger: Dead or Alive?