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March 2020

Can I Call You Tonight?

I feel close, maybe

I hear your voice on the phone

No longer alone.

Heaven knows what’s real

I’m tryna make up my mind

It’s just how I feel

Please tell me what’s real

So can I call you tonight?

Because I wouldn’t know.

Cool with you

We don’t have to know

Well they’re hoping and faking

Anyone at all

We don’t have to go

I just wanna call your name

Anywhere at all

Is that cool with you?

That I wanna call your name

Is that news to you?

Gifted

Gifted we were blamelessly

With something pure and nascent

To be and love shamelessly

A promise to be patient

To hold you close and forgetting

Fire lit aeons ago

All others left regretting

In our hearts remains to glow

Look upon this glowering

It doesn’t change our fated

Upon the moores flowering

Not given away, gifted.

Outta my mind

I’ve been waiting for…

The right time to let you know

Been looking for you

Oh all of my life

Like walking on a landslide

Let me take you down

Don’t even know you

Don’t care if you aint my type

Get you outta my…

I am that guy

Wandering at night

Rabid days, get delighted

There’s no food, no light

You don’t know me so

I keep looking at the crowd

Looking at the light.

You give me goosebumps

And I see you in the dark

And I’m on fire.

Sanic Movie review.

Long story short this movie was shit, err I don’t know how to sugar coat it. I didn’t have high expectations for it, well I kinda did after detective pikachu surprised me. But someone really must’ve given a shit about that movie, because clearly no one but Jim Carrey gave two fucks about the sonic movie. He is the only one not sleep walking through this movie.

I don’t know where to begin, the story and the lore and set up are all just nothing burger jj abram mystery boxes. It just sets up this world where Sonic is from only to never use with vague hopes of panning it off to a sequel that probably is coming but it doesn’t deserve it. You shouldn’t get a sequel from a movie that is only thinking about the sequel. If the first movie isn’t self contained and good then a sequel shouldn’t even be on the table. I’m not gonna hold off my opinion until I watch the next movie, by then I’ve already given you my money twice.

So it sets up this world it does nothing with, it just drops sonic into normal world which is the laziest way to have your world building by just not having any. Not even the marios brothers movie did that, sure they made up a weird cyberpunk mushroom kingdom but they at least did that. This is just like ‘no it’s in the normal world’. It doesn’t give a shit.

I don’t even have much more to say about it, I don’t feel like giving this review more effort than the google search the people that made this movie si to research sonic before they made filmed it.

The story and the world and the characters are so cookie cutter you could literally replace sonic with any character, this could be just a random kids movie about an alien they just pasted sonic over. It’s so generic, I’d get bored even describing. The plot is so contrived, sonic loses rings in a contrived way, and now has to have a middle in the movie because movie to get his rings back even though he could get them himself in like two seconds with a map.

But no, we need a movie to happen so there’s a random bar fight scene because sonic has to do something with his speed other than fight Robotnik. And this is the point where I’m like you could’ve actually used some other sonic characters or lore and made a movie here when instead all they did was make a movie that’s pretty much fluff where nothing happens and it has sonic in it.

It’s not even close to detective pikachu because there’s not even an emotional subplot. There are no moral lessons or emotions at all, it’s totally bare bones. There’s literally no meat on the bones and what’s more it feels like it was cut down. There are clearly parts of the movie that are like voice over montages that were meant to be full scenes they cut down. Scenes that could’ve added vital plot points that were just pasted over for time.

Jim Carrey is the only saving grace of the film, he’s having a lot of fun in this role, he’s basically Ace Ventura meets the Riddler and it’s good. He’s the only thing good about the movie. I just found sonic and all the other characters forced, annoying and unlikeable.

I was actually planning on doing a Jojo rabbit review because I watched that and I really enjoyed it, without a doubt the most fun ww2 movie ever but I feel much more compelled to write reviews about movies I hate haha.

So to wrap this up because I have jobs to look for that I wont get because the whole world is currently locked down haha.

So in summary, don’t watch this garbage, it’s not horrible but it’s just meh, it’s not worth your time, but if you do watch it, don’t have high hopes for it. And if you recognise the header image you’re not getting into heaven haha.

Kur part 2 Chapter 9 ‘Ghost boy’

Henlo, me again, still not dead haha.

Feeling a lot better actually, was in a dark place for a bit but I decided to see it as a wake up call and I was gonna change my whole life. But then a global pandemic hits and every country I want to go to is locked down and I can’t leave my house.

So yeah that’s on hold but I still feel ok, despite possible looming death haha. I feel hopeful that as long as I can survive this bullshit I’ll come out on the other end healthier and happier. I feel fit, I look good and I’m ready to fuck life up, after all the toilet paper comes back haha.

So yeah, some light fantasy reading to hopefully get you through these trying times, best of luck.

Tuan was frozen for a moment and then the voice became all too familiar to him and he turned his head slightly to see.

“Birog?” He smirked. “You wouldn’t kill me”.

“I have killed three hundred this night and maybe ten thousand more when the prophecy is fulfilled, what’s one more death?” The seer said coldly.

“You and your prophecies” He laughed “There’s a new one every week.”

The seer smiled “See for yourself.” She said as she pushed Tuan through the door.

Inside the bed chamber there was little light but Tuan’s eyes quickly adjusted, a beam of moonlight cast across tussled bed linens. Only the vaguest of shapes took form

“So you’ve come to rescue me”. A mocking voice said from the darkness, followed by a mocking laughter as feral eyes stared at the shapeshifter from the corner of the room.

Cur rose from a chair at the side of the bed clad in only a loin cloth. Pitilessly he tore the elegant silken linens from the grand bed. Revealing underneath a slight and strangely beautiful girl with only one giant eye where there should be two. The girl looked roughly manhandled but otherwise alive.

The barbarian tore the fine sheets and wrapped them around himself to form a crude tunic.

The barbarians keen eyes saw the hooded girl follow Tuan out of the darkness of the doorway. His wicked grin growing larger and toothier. He laughed again, his laugh punctuating the sounds of the waves down below and the silence like a crack of thunder. His laughter was like an attack all of its own.

The girl almost winced at the sound of it and tried to hide her face from his scrutiny. She looked down at the girl on the bed with pity and shame “The prophecy has begun, she is with child.”

“What is this nonsense?” Tuan gasped.

“She will give birth to the one that will slay Balor and free this land of the Femorians for good.” Birog spoke softly and from rote as if reading in a trance. “It’s why I brought you here.” She steadied herself letting the knife fall down by her side. “The child of three bloods will be the one to save this land and stop the stone of destiny falling into his grasp.”

“Him who? What are you talking about girl?”

“Elatha, the first born son, high king of the Fomorians. If he takes the stone, if Danu’s power over it weakens and the god of chaos has it under her wing, the world will fall into a blackness it will never wake from. I have seen it.”

Cur snorted. “I care not for this world.” He croaked.

Birog opened her cloak and revealed a strangely shaped object rapped in a lambskin. She carefully unraveled it, the moonlight dancing on the silver arm balanced in her hand. She tossed it as gently as she could at the Firbolg who caught it effortlessly in his one good hand. “It is your world too, Firbolg.”

Cur grinned as if he stared at the back of his enemy while they were taking a piss as he reattached the arm to his burnt misshapen stump. The pain he had quickly forgotten rushing back to him, the arm burned with foul magic. The castle was but a dull glow of the rot but the arm was like a lightning rod for it. And it sent a searing pain through his scars and there was a part of him that even missed it. The pain reminded him that he could feel, it reminded him of his hate.

“Now you die” He cackled.

“The child will surely die without me.”

“I care not for my bastard” He laughed.

“Then what of your own life?”

Suddenly as if through some magic there were noises outside of the door, heavy footfalls and shouting and gibbering in a strange tongue.

Birog smiled and sighed “Our time is short Firbolg, would you waste it on killing me when I am your only means of escape from this place?”

Cur laughed wickedly as he approached. “I will kill you quickly woman.” He croaked raising his sinister silver hand to her throat.

There was a thud and cracking at the door. The Firbolg turned his head and in an instant the seer seemed to dissolve into the crystalline brick of the castle wall.

The Barbarian lunged for her apparition but clutched only air as the witch vanished from sight.

“They’re coming through, prepare yourself!” Tuan shouted.

Cur chuckled at the fear in his voice.

The attackers at the door were little more than beasts in the crudest shape of men. Foul slithery things with misshapen and uneven bodies, some with bulbous blubbering lips and glassy bulging eyes.

They threw their flaccid foul bulk against the door. In an instant it exploded and splintered out and a silver streak reached out and flew like an arrow across a moonless sky.

The barbarian was vicious and brutal beyond measure without a weapon even more so. He was fast and wicked and spared no mercy in savagery. He took the first one so fast it could barely gargle in response it’s doom. The Firbolg took the creature by it’s jaws and tore it almost completely in half as if it were a boneless fish. It’s hot entrails spilled out on onto the crystalline staircase, steaming with its viscious bile. The sound it made was enough to stop any mortal advance.

The other creatures stood frozen not understanding the desolation that leered down at them from the doorway,

Cur could smell their fear, he could hear it in their silence. Taste it in their hesitation, they were but mortal afterall, they feared him and he delighted in it. A wicked grin stretching across his scarred face.

A sword swung by webbed vaguely humanoid hands stuck out of the gloomy darkness and was caught in a silver hand. The barbarian snarled and snapped the crude sword in half. In one fluid motion embedding the uneven shard into a glistening yellow eye that spewed a black vile puss as the creature shrieked in agony.

Cur ripped the sword from the creatures gibbous wretched clawed fingers. With a slow dull pawing he wrenched the crooked snapped blade ripping the creature open from groin to sternum. Without stopping his attack he threw the barely living misshapen thing. Writhing and bloody with a clear blood onto the wide squamous eyes of the onlookers in the darkness.

Without fear or hesitation he threw himself upon them. Spears and teeth and claw pierced his body but naught stopped him. He overcame them like a grave digger gouging through loose earth and muck in his way. Hacking and chopping with a maddening indifference.

The remaining few unbrutalized fled. They ran into the dining hall that was now a mausoleum to the three hundred maidens that watched over the princess. But they didn’t get very far.

Without warning they stopped in their tracks as if they were caught in a net, frozen not from fear but an unseen hand gripping them. Their bodies crumpling and shrinking due to some invisible crushing force. It seemed almost like they were rotting right before the Barbarians eyes. They popped with some exuberant force. Their putrid entrails slapping against the cold walls of the dining hall and it seemed almost turning to dust as they fell.

“You’re not allowed in here” A sickly slight voice said.

The barbarian scanned the room looking for the source of the voice. He smirked broadly as he saw the child standing in the doorway, the child that called himself Balor.

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