GLEE: s3ep19: Prom-asaurus

GLEE: s3ep19: Prom-asaurus

It’s prom night again at McKinley High so of course that means big dresses and loud musical numbers for the New Directions! After Rachel’s disaster audition for NYADA she feels that her life long dream of becoming a Broadway star is at an end. However, she looks ahead and tries to appreciate what she does … Continue reading

Let’s talk Dexter

Let’s talk Dexter

Note: This post may contain spoilers for those who haven’t seen all seasons of Dexter. He’s smooth, he’s suave, he’s sneaky. That’s right, the worlds most lovable serial killer will be laying out the plastic and sharpening his knives for a 7th season this year and oh how excited I am! Dexter has to be … Continue reading

Video games aren’t to blame

Video games aren’t to blame

For years the media have used video games and horror films as blame for anti-social behavior and horrific crimes. Games and films seem to be the scapegoat for when anything violent happens. As a long-term game player I find this insulting and purely unbelievable. Let me start with children who play on video games. It … Continue reading

The last 5 games I bought!

The last 5 games I bought!

For some reason I have a fascination with what other people are watching/playing, which is probably why I love websites like GetGlue and haul videos on YouTube. I have made my first video blog (gulp) letting you know what the last 5 games I bought were, including a little of what I thought of them … Continue reading

The Guardian News Blog: Review

The Guardian News Blog: Review

The Guardian news blog offers readers a more personal insight to the daily news from journalists with lots of interactive widgets and hyperlinks to keep readers interested. Content The Guardian news blog covers more political and “serious” current events stories rather than celebrity gossip. These articles are targeted at an older audience so the blog … Continue reading