Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Sharp Objects 1x02 Dirt

By Sati. Wednesday, July 18, 2018 , 8 Comments


The second episode of Sharp Objects is spookier and even better than the series' premiere. There are truly hard to watch scenes, especially detective Willis talking to the coroner about the recent murder victim and Camille's flashbacks of her painful memories. As all of this is going on the central relationship between Camille and her mother Adora grows even more tense.

Monday, July 16, 2018

Jason Momoa is Aquaman in the stunning first poster for the film!

By Sati. Monday, July 16, 2018 6 Comments
(click to enlarge)
*crying noise*
*excited dolphin sounds*

Look at this beauty.

This is a confirmation that the release date - December 21 - stays. Mary Poppins recently moved but WB must really have confidence in Aquaman since they are sticking to the original date.

Also we have set reports - 1,2,3. So please go and read them as I fill the tub with ice and lie in it for a while.

(the first trailer for the movie is going to be shown at Comic Con this Saturday and will be released online immediately after)

Friday, July 13, 2018

(346) 8 days till rapture + links

By Sati. Friday, July 13, 2018 20 Comments
  • Trailer for Life Itself including Oscar Isaac in absolutely nightmarish Vincent Vega co-splay. People keep raving about the script for that thing so hopefully it's good. 
  • Also look at that dog. Oscar is actually the second most adorable thing in that gif.

  • Tuesday, July 10, 2018

    Sharp Objects 1x01 Vanish

    By Sati. Tuesday, July 10, 2018 , 14 Comments


    Sharp Objects is my favorite book by Gillian Flynn. I read all of her published novels while awaiting the movie adaptation of Gone Girl four years ago and this novel was by far the best read out of the things she has written. Flynn is extremely gifted when it comes to creating complex, dark female characters, not just the protagonists but the supporting women in her novels too. It's such a unique thing when for years it was only the men who had the right to be damaged and fight their demons and when women were expected to be perfect and pristine.

    The story follows beautiful, smart and very damaged Camille Preaker (Amy Adams). Camille comes from a small town -Wind Gap in Missouri. She left the town eight years ago but now her editor sends her back there to write a story. A year ago a corpse of a young girl was found and now another girl is missing. Camille reluctantly agrees to take the assignment and goes back and as she does, so do the demons she has been battling her entire life.

    Friday, July 6, 2018

    (345) I'm so much happier now that I'm on vacation + links

    By Sati. Friday, July 6, 2018 24 Comments
  • I'll keep it brief today since it seems everyone, including the readers (ekhem, 7 comments last week, ekhem! I slave and I perv and for what?!) are on vacation.