Month in Review | January 2017

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Hi there and welcome back! ^-^/ I know we’re almost halfway through February, but I totally forgot to write a January in Review post! Bit cringy maybe, but I decided I wanted to post one either way. I am however going to drop the Monthly Goals bit as I’ve noticed that my Monthly Goals stay mostly the same. That must be a boring read after a while, right? So from now on, I will just be reviewing what I’ve been doing each month and make it a little more film, series and games related, as these are the things I love to write about the most.

As you can probably tell, I’m still trying to figure out how and about what to blog. I hope you’ll bear with me as I figure this out c:

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Santa Clarita Diet | Netflix Picks

30 min | comedy, horror | Victor Fresco |Drew Barrymore, Timothy Olyphant | February 3rd 2017

Hello evybum! * Today I’m introducing a new series here on the blog where I will review some good films or tv series that you can watch on Netflix! I thought that might come in handy for those days that you have no idea what to watch (we all have those!) c; I’ll try keep these posts short but sweet, so you can get straight to watching if you like the Netflix Pick. We’re going to start this new series off with the newly released Santa Clarita Diet!

*A little inside joke referring to this awesome moment of Hideo Kojima presenting Death Stranding at the E3 in 2016 (can’t wait to play! <3)

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard | Game Review

Survival Horror | Single Player | Capcom | PS4, XBOX 1, Microsoft Windows | January 24th 2017

 

The first game review on The Little Cinephile, rejoice! – Sorry for that, I’m still very much into Split ^_^’-. And man, what a game! I had played the demo as soon as it came out and right off the bat I knew it was going to be some scary shit! I wasn’t even sure if I would be brave enough to play the full game, but I’m so glad I did it anyway. I feel like such a badass now B)

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Split | Movie Review

1h 57min | horror, thriller | M. Night ShyamalanJames McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy

 

 

Another movie by M. Night Shyamalan! This made me super excited on the one hand and a little skeptical on the other. Because while he directed some awesome movies like The 6th Sense, Unbreakable (must-watch!), Signs and The Village, he also directed some not so great movies like The Happening, The Visit and The Last Airbender (oh man…). Will Split be the movie he redeems himself with?

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