Monthly Archives: January 2014
Unless you’ve forcibly been keeping yourself away from the world of the English Premier League you’ve probably noticed ‘The Juan Mata Saga’ seemingly escalating with every passing hour. Less than twenty-four hours ago sporting websites, twitter, and blogs much like this one exploded upon hearing that Manchester United had made a £37,000,000 bid for Chelsea’s […]
It’s no real secret that I am interested in video games beyond that most merely see on the surface; I like to explore the meanings, motivations, inspirations, and genuine artistry that goes on in some of the better quality titles that grace consoles and computers every year. In the past I have explored why I […]
Now that the dust which kicked up on New Years Day when Sherlock returned to screens has settled fans have begun anew the agonizing wait for the seemingly inevitable series four. This series, the BBC’s Sherlock, was an absolute smash hit ever since the first episode A Study in Pink aired back in 2010. Such was its appeal that Sherlock went […]
Remember what I said during my recent Sherlock spoiler discussion? Remember what I said about Moriarty being dead and “in no way returning in the foreseeable future”? Yeah, I was wrong. Series review to follow.
Around this time last year I wrote an article about what I thought of the chances of England’s elite football teams in both domestic and European competitions. I was slightly off with what I predicted then and I most likely will be now. Still, without further delay… Here is the view of a Chelsea fan. […]
On the 15th January 2012 audiences of BBC’s ‘Sherlock’ were left with an almighty cliffhanger and head-scratcher when their titular protagonist (remember: “heroes don’t exist”) threw himself from the roof of St. Bart’s hospital in London and ‘seemingly’ plummeted to his death after ‘seemingly’ being defeated by his nemesis James Moriarty. However, as a last-gasp […]