November Medialogging
By Dwip November 30, 2014 at 3:24 am Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

This month, we finish off Highlander once and for all, and make a triumphant return to books. Get used to that – I’ve got another large book series coming down the pike I want to catch up on for this series. More on that next month. YTD stats: January: February: March: : 4 books; 4 fiction (1,450 p.) / 3 videos; 1 movies (2.6 h.); 2 TV seasons (15.2 h.) April: : 5 books; 1 graphic (136 p.); 4 fiction (1,269 p.) / 1 videos; 1 TV seasons (6 h.) May: : 8 books; 5 graphic (1,352 p.); 1 fiction (465 p.); 2 non-fiction (829 p.) / 2 videos; 2 TV seasons (11 h.) June: : 17 books; 5 graphic […]


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By Dwip November 24, 2014 at 9:27 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

Samson says ‘2008 me, document your shit better. 2014 me is lost.’


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Glow
By Dwip November 21, 2014 at 1:56 am Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

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Late Afternoon
By Dwip November 12, 2014 at 9:10 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

In my quest to avoid being murdered over pictures.


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Highlander: Season Four
By Dwip November 2, 2014 at 9:42 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

After the focused arcs of Season 3, Season 4 seems to flounder around a bit. There’s no master villain, none of the defining episodes of the last season. The major two-parters seem disconnected from the other episodes, which can seem disjointed at times. That said, we’re at that point in the show where everyone understands the characters enough to really get into them. And so we get episodes that focus on Mac, Joe, Richie, and Methos, and what makes them who they are and why they tick. We get into why and how they play off each other, and where the fault lines in their relationships are. It’s a bit of a lull between Seasons 3 and 5, but man […]


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Highlander: Season Three
By Dwip November 1, 2014 at 9:25 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

By the third season of Highlander we’d made it beyond the rough days of the first two seasons onto much firmer ground. It’s clear that by Season 3 the writers of the show had a much firmer idea of what they were trying to do – backstory episodes, several multi-episode character arcs, writing in and writing out characters that just weren’t working, and trying a bunch of new things. Some of the best episodes of Highlander are in here, including probably the best multi-part arc. By the end of the Paris arc, most of the pieces that will define the rest of the series have made it into play. THERE ARE SPOILERS PAST THIS POINT


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