Author Archives: Anna (Film Grimoire)
It’s December already?! This year has absolutely flown. I almost can’t believe it, but it does feel like December/Christmas creeps up too quickly every year, so it should be expected. As is tradition, here’s a post of all the things I enjoyed during November. It’s pretty thin on the ground because I feel like all […]
Can you believe it’s November already? As it turns out, my holiday from blogging was actually quite extended! As a result, I’ve got a backlog of fun things I want to talk about, and one of those fun things is a long-awaited favourites post which covers four months of fun things I’ve enjoyed which I […]
It’s the very last episode of season seven of Game of Thrones! And what an episode, with quite a few interesting fates for some characters, interesting reveals about the backstories of certain characters, and the usual twists, turns, and double-crosses. So, since it is probably literal months since the final episode aired, and I’m horrifically late […]
Holy moly, guys. It was the fourth anniversary/blogiversary of this here Film Grimoire on the fifth of October. I remember four years ago being super bored whilst my then-boyfriend was in band practice, and deciding that I wanted to start a film reviews blog in between university degrees. Mostly to practice writing in a critical […]
It’s the second to last episode of the first half of season seven of Game of Thrones! I can’t believe it, time has flown past so quickly this season. Spoiler warning: This entire post is filled with spoilers. Read at your own risk!
Episode five of seven! Not long to go now. The bad news is, this recap is insanely late. As a result, I’m using the classic numbered list format to attempt to get this post published, not because I’m particularly proud of this shoddy work, but because I’m a completist who must have each episode of […]
It’s episode four! We’re approximately halfway through the season now. This was possibly the perfect episode for the middle of the season – something to give us the kind of action we’ve been looking forward to seeing since the end of season one, when Daenerys’ dragons were born.
Episode three of season seven of Game of Thrones! Before I get into my review, it must be noted that time is moving past at an accelerated rate in terms of the season’s pacing thus far. I can’t remember this much happening so quickly, ever. Things that would normally take chapters in the books are […]