Review: The Lost Village by Camilla Sten

I watch a lot of documentary/lost footage-style horror movies. Some are great, some are ridiculous, some are just really poorly done. The Lost Village is a book I'd LOVE to see turned into a movie, because it was deliciously creepy. In 1959, police arrive to the remote Swedish mining village of Silvertjärn to horrific scene.… Continue reading Review: The Lost Village by Camilla Sten


Review: Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson

No one makes me laugh to wheezing and tears the way Jenny Lawson (aka The Bloggess) does. No one. I've never hidden that I'm a massive fan of Jenny Lawson's work, and have been since I discovered her blog long enough ago I'd rather not say. Her humor hits me in all the funny bones… Continue reading Review: Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson

fAngus and Ragnar · Minerva

fAngus: Destroyer of Worlds (and cords)

I present: a series of reasons why I'm not allowed to have nice things, brought to you by a cat who's been incarcerated in my house for the last three years and occasionally reminds me he'll eat my eyeballs first when I die. Destruction, wrapped in fluff. You clearly have too much screen time, and… Continue reading fAngus: Destroyer of Worlds (and cords)


Because Velociraptors, Horatio – Episode Three

"There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." Hamlet, Act I, Scene V, 184-185, Shakespeare, about 400 years ago, but STILL a couple million years after dinosaurs. Today in our "what the actual fuck is going on in Hastings" post, the trilogy is completed with an unlikely… Continue reading Because Velociraptors, Horatio – Episode Three