I decided to make another blog which would serve primarily my music video output.
But I might blog about other things, films, TV series and music.
I might copy some of the blogs from here and put them on there, like the blog post about my trip to Texas Frightmare Weekend 2010.
I'm not sure what I'm going to do and I don't know if this one will be that active.
Time will tell.
The new blog is over at:
And there you can see my first Millennium m
Here's a recap of my entire journey to and from Texas Frightmare Weekend 2010 in Irving, Dallas.
My plan was flying from Iceland on Thursday, the 29th of April. On the 28th I decided I was going to leave a day earlier, since there were plenty of seats on the flight to Boston. I used rest-hours I had collected, and started getting ready for the flight. I got a call from my boss that all flights were canceled and probably no flights would go out today. There was no way I was going on that Bosto
We all know Millennium like the palm of our hand, so I won't be doing an introduction for this review.
The Pilot episode of Millennium is considered to be groundbreaking in pushing the envelope of what could be shown on prime time. On second viewing you see it's all in your head. There's no violence in this episode, only violence implied through victims both dead and alive. It's not as graphic as you would think and it's never gratuitous.
The show literally asks us if we like the sho
Hello bloggers and/or blog readers.
This is my first blog post, which will serve as an introduction to my future blogging.
I intend to post reviews of films and television episodes both old and new (to me, personally), whenever I feel like it.
But don't be alarmed if I post other things as well, only time will tell.
I will try to look into it deeper than just a synopsis of the film or television episode I'm reviewing.
And I will try to inject my own thoughts and comments about it as w