Is it me, or is the Cthulhu Mythos something of a no-woman zone?

I’ve been working through the Cthulhu Mythos Mega Pack  (if you have a Kindle download this now now now, it’s only 37p and, despite what I’m about to say, I bloody love it) and it would appear that meddling in things we ought not to wot of, getting spooked by rats that, it turns out, are never rats, calling up what…

So. Snow White and the Huntsman. And some dwarves.

You know, this one was probably just as stupid as Prometheus. I think the reason why I DIDN’T love it is A: It didn’t have all that many clever moments to atone for the stupidity, and B: I went in frankly not expecting much, and not much is what I got. At least I wasn’t…

So. Where does ‘The Desolation of Smaug’ go from here?

I can’t have been the only one who laughed when, at the end of ‘An Unexpected Journey’, the company act like they’re only a few miles away from the Lonely Mountain and when the shot cuts to it it’s so far away you can barely see it. Also, during the ‘Misty Mountains’ song over the…

So. The Hobbit.

Before we proceed, a warning. If you haven’t already seen The Hobbit, this is a not quite stream of conciousness of what I was thinking and feeling as I watched it. Beware spoilers. First off; the prologue. You know, I really wish Peter Jackson hadn’t chosen to go with the whole ‘Older Bilbo’ encapsulating narrative….

So. Prometheus…DANG

On the off-chance you haven’t seen Prometheus, better stop reading. This’ll spoil it for you. Okay. Okay. I knew what was going to happen when I saw Prometheus. I’d spoiled it for myself, so I’d know precisely when to cover my eyes. And you know what? It was glorious. And it was stupid, and rather…