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Why I love Victor Frankenstein (2015.) and why it flopped so hard?

After rewatching Victor Frankenstein for the fifth time I could recount some things that could be made better, but it took me five watches to notice anything to improve the movie. The rewatching wasn’t made for the purpose of finding… Continue reading →

The Lack of a Mirror

Writing a Cover Letter proved to be a challenge, which I rather like. It appeals to a philosopher in me because it asks the most basic of questions. Who am I? Why do I do what I do? What is… Continue reading →

Fan-Fiction: A Woman’s Revenge

So, dear men and women giving us beautiful, fun masterpieces full of men, with one, maybe two women as a decoration in the middle, passing tests in making those two women exchange a line about their clothes, you can vouch… Continue reading →

Goodness vs Badness

My favourite reads were always sagas and I hated when they would end because even when we end the story life goes on. In a sense I think that our characters have a life of their own it spans beyond… Continue reading →

John Watson, a Highly Functional Sociopath

A character study of John Watson from BBC series Sherlock. It sounds like a pun really, and I don’t expect a lot of points for this, but an overwhelming pile of evidence made me twist what was said into what… Continue reading →

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