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  1. I was wondering whether this counts:


    I have a book that lists every single item in my room and exactly where I have placed it down to how much change I have right down to their denominations and I update it regularly as I shift things about.



  2. I am of a brownish hue. :D


    Not ever been racially attacked like for the colour of my skin but London is pretty diverse in that respect or whatever but you are asking the wrong person in that respect because you can call me whatever you like I won't get offended doesn't mean it's right it just means I'm too laidback. :)

  3. I'm not a fan of Reddit really, even with Reddit Enhancement Suite. :)


    I am a full on Tumblr boi, love scrolling through different blogs with their different themes and making some great finds. I just generally prefer the aesthetics of the website.


    Reddit, I feel like I've seen it all before tbh even if it's new stuff.


    Don't get me started on 9Gag.

  4. Pretty successful trip to central. I bought a new issue of the Adventure Time comic, saw Roy Cropper and high-fived a panda.


    Is this what Coolness' life is like?


    Yes, yes it is. :grin: My life is ART. :heh:


    The comic is great.


    I saw those Adventure Time plushies/Merch in Forbidden Planet to the other day btw as they were putting them out. I was so tempted to get Jake the Dog.


    MY DAY:


    Actually most of it was spent at work and I still need to tell them I'm leaving at the end of September, not sure how to bring it up. :p

  5. I got Tickets for some films at the London Film Festival today. :)


    Got 4 movies locked in:


    Amour (Michael Haneke)

    Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean) (4k restoration.)

    The Hunt (Thomas Vinterberg)

    For Love’s Sake (Takashi Miike)



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    Noroi: The Curse | Kôji Shiraishi. (2005)

    This is definitely the best horror film I have seen.


    Admittedly I haven’t seen many so I am not too familiar with the genre but this seemed to do everything right. This is the closest a horror movie has coming to actually scaring me and the mask genuinely creeps me out. (especially combined with the ritual dance) The way the movie is set out documentary style fits really well with the tone of the movie and for once adds that extra depth of believability to the story which is sufficiently creepy when you find out exactly what is happening.





    Summer Wars | Mamoru Hosoda (2009)


    I thought the entire thing was excellent and the animation was shiny. The overall message about whether we are in the past, present or future we should always being able to have dinner with our families no matter what was made poignant by the Grandma’s amazing character and her message wasn’t hammered home relentlessly. The movie gave you food for thought and it had a heart warming emotional core to it that I wasn’t expecting, I teared up a few times.


    The character designs in and outside of Oz are great and even though it’s a big family they all felt unique and distinct in their looks and personality and it felt like a real family complete with all the quirks. I loved how there was no real villain but more of an uncontrollable virus setup through peoples mistakes which was refreshing. The action is beautifully animated, the entire film is worth viewing alone for its visual spectacle its just a bonus that it happens to have a touching, well crafted and exciting story about the dangers of moving into modern times and always making sure you put what is most important first, family.

  7. As if that blind rage has washed me clean, rid me of hope; for the first time, I that night alive with signs and stars, I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world.


    L'Étranger - Albert Camus


    It taught me life is meaningless but that's ok. :)