The Pinterest Wormhole
Have you ever got caught in the inevitable Pinterest wormhole? You know what I’m talking about. One little picture of Tom Hiddleston’s face and you are knee deep in pinning every expression he’s ever made. Which leads you to that one photo of him and Benedict Cumberbatch together. Which is just about the most perfect…1.21 Gigawatts, Avengers, Back to the Future, Benedict Cumberbatch, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, comics, DC, Doctor Who, Dominic Monaghan, evil, Firefly, Game of Thrones, handsome face, Harrison Ford, Harry Potter, Ian McKellan, indiana jones, James Bond, Loki, Lord of the Rings, Lost, LOTR, Martin Freeman, Marvel, Misty Mountains, Pinterest, Pinterest boards, Richard Armitage, Sherwood Forest, Shiny!, Star Trek, Star Wars, Stormborn, superheroes, The Evil League, The Hatch, The Hobbit, The Matrix, the walking dead, Tom Hiddleston, villains, Walkers, wizards, wormhole
Star Trek Into Darkness
Warning: This post contains spoilers. Star Trek Into Darkness is an amazing follow up to J.J. Abram’s 2009 Star Trek. It has everything you want and expect from something holding the illustrious title of Star Trek. But at the same time… this ain’t your daddy’s Trek. It’s updated and modern in all the right ways…
Encounters of Sherlock Holmes If you enjoy any incarnation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s intrepid detective and his various exploits, you will enjoy ‘Encounters,’ a collection of tales about the quirky Sherlock. The writing of each story is unique and yet the overarching tone of Doyle’s Sherlock remains intact. From his rapid violin playing to…BBC, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cavan Scott, David Barnett, Eric Brown, George Mann, James Lovegrove, Kelly Hale, Mags L. Halliday, Mark Hodder, Mark wright, Martin Freeman, Nick Kyme, Paul Magrs, reading, Richard Dinnick, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Steve Lockley, Stuart Douglas, Titan Books
Not enough hours in the day!
Have you ever heard something like this… ” Oh, you like (insert show title here)? Then you’ll love (insert similar show title here).” Happens to me all the time. I like Lost, so I’ll love Once Upon a Time. I like Star Trek, so I’ll love Battlestar Galactica. I like Dr. Who, so I’ll love Sherlock! I…