We held hands. With the other, each of us held a knife. There was a bottle of pepper spray under the pillow.
If I ever die hitchhiking, remember me for this.
At first, the excessive hardcoreness of skulls, flame throwing two neck guitars, explosions and war on wheels in Mad Max can be a little in your face. It really doesn’t get more metal than this movie. When you get over the initial shock though, the design reveals itself as bizarrely brilliant world-building: In this post-apocalyptic … Continue reading Mad Max: Feminist Road?
To erase the line between man and machine is to obscure the line between men and gods. A young coder named Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) wins the company lottery. What’s the prize? No one really knows, but it’s sure to be exciting, as he’s flown out in a helicopter to his boss’ secret research facility in … Continue reading Film Review: Ex Machina
Judging this book by its cover - an exaggerated female hourglass shape -, and its bold title, it’s not one of the books I’d ever have picked up in a book store if I had passed by it. I’d have read the title and thought to myself: What pretentious idiot thinks he can find just one … Continue reading Book Review: What Do Women Want? Adventures in the Science of Female Desire
'Life is Strange is a five part episodic game that sets out to revolutionise story based choice and consequence games by allowing the player to rewind time and affect the past, present and future.' - Steam Max Caulfield is a shy high school student (I can see why they chose that last name) with a … Continue reading Game Review: Life is Strange