Hello I Must Be Going (Film) Review

This post will be bittersweet, as it’s the last review for Melanie Lynskey Month. A month, admittedly, that hasn’t always hit the nail on the head. What has remained consistent is, of course, the woman herself. Even amidst the truly mediocre, ML shines like a beacon and I know I need much more of her […]

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On Reading IT for the First Time

I’m finally reading Stephen King’s IT. Yes, aged 39, I have finally decided to dip my toe in Pennywise the Clown’s rancid world. Although, it should be said that I no longer have one foot poised precariously over the swamp that is the town of Derry. I am now fully submerged, head and all. Stephen King’s novels were […]

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Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (Film) Review

A tenuous link to the lady of the moment sure but what can we do? She needs to make more movies. In the meantime, we had to suffer through some Keira Knightley borderline Manic Pixie Dream Girl shit just to get a moment in the company of greatness. (Sorry, KK you know I love you). I […]

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Rainbow Time (Film) Review

What do you get when you add a generous dollop of Melanie Lynskey to a Duplass Brothers Productions DISH? Well… Rainbow Time (2016) IMDB Synopsis A developmentally delayed 40-year-old man named Shonzi is sent to live with his brother Todd. But when Shonzi develops a crush on Todd’s new girlfriend Lindsay, he threatens to reveal […]

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Putzel (Film) Review 

Week two of the Best Month Ever and we’re looking at this little gem, a gem I’d never heard of until Jillian placed it on my radar (Thanks gurl!). Anyway, you don’t need my usual preamble, take it as given that Melanine Lynskey is still the best human working in Hollywood today (probably), and any film […]

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How to Lose Friends and Give Yourself Unnessary Anxiety For a Week

Honesty, am I right? I’m doing it here now, did I mention? Even if it’s scary or someone misreads it or thinks it’s a thinly disguised dig at them (If you think this post is about you, it probably is). So today, let’s talk about losing or specifically breaking up with, friends. I’ve been lucky […]

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Little Boxes (Film) Review

Welcome to Melanie Lynskey May! Jill and I are big ML* fans at the best of times but especially since her amazing turn in I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (review here) so what better way to honour someone we feel such an affinity with (she has to be exactly like the […]

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