A bit of a change today. Instead of reviewing a Christmas movie I’m going to review 3 adverts – John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and Tesco.
So, to all my dear blog subscribers, here’s the plan…
I’ve never really don’t anything Christmas related on my blog so far. It seems a bit dismissive to just write a cursory Christmas blogpost and leave it at that. So, I will be maintaining my usual 3 blog posts a week schedule but all the posts until Christmas will be Christmas related.
I don’t know why I decided to make it this year that I make this blog more seasonal but I think it will be fun. If anything it will help pull me kicking and screaming through the festive season, and out through to 2018. The series will be called “Festive Movie Marathon 2017”.
I’ve just made a list of 12 Christmas movies to watch and I’m really looking forward to it. If there are any Christmas films in particular you want me to review, then please leave feedback down below this post.
I always have fun writing answers to blog tag questions. I hope you enjoy this blog post.
Just a bit of an update.
Having thoroughly enjoyed watching the first series of the drama, The Knick, I couldn’t wait to get stuck into the second (and unfortunately, the last) series.
Back earlier this month I discovered Crunchyroll, an online service where you can watch anime series.
I haven’t done one of these comparison blogposts in a very, very long time. However, I do want to do more of them. They are just slightly more time consuming than ordinary blogposts. I won’t go into massive detail about book vs. film, but these are only key points that I myself have noticed.