The Game of Thrones theory I want to be true (but probably isn’t)

*SPOILERS FOR GAME OF THRONES UP TO AND INCLUDING SEASON 6* For all of you who follow me on Twitter – all twelve of you – you’ve likely noticed that I’ve been tweeting under the hashtag #PrepareForWinter. This was HBO’s rallying call to have all Game of Thrones fans to rewatch the six seasons in the six weeks leading… Continue reading The Game of Thrones theory I want to be true (but probably isn’t)

Captain’s Log: May 2017

Game of Thrones Trailer! So, the first Game of Thrones season 7 trailer was released this month, and it looks phenomenal. It’s really neat to see that the show is starting to build towards its end with climaxes and resolutions we’ve been promised for six seasons now. This might be considered lazy writing, but I find my… Continue reading Captain’s Log: May 2017

Captain’s Log: March 2017

Hey everyone! It’s been a busy semester for me, so again, I thank all my readers for being patient in my new every-other-week schedule. In this post, I’m going to be covering some of the bigger stories/events from February and March, since I missed the Captain’s Log post for February. Logan This month, Logan debuted to strong… Continue reading Captain’s Log: March 2017

Before Game of Thrones | The Science of Adaptation

(SPOILERS FOR GAME OF THRONES SEASON 6) The Likelihood of a Game of Thrones spinoff Does there need to be a Game of Thrones spinoff? Not necessarily. After the eighth season has finished, HBO could smile with pride at the show which helped to usher in a golden age of television while putting the showrunners to work on new and exciting… Continue reading Before Game of Thrones | The Science of Adaptation

PCS Person of the Year

So, you might have heard that TIME magazine recently announced their person of the year, and their selection ruffled a few feathers. Honestly, it seems a little arbitrary, since in 1938 they chose Adolf Hitler and in 1939 they chose Joseph Stalin, and have picked every president-elect since then. Let’s just remember in 2006 when… Continue reading PCS Person of the Year