Review: The Babadook (2014)


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The Babadook (2014) outlines a conventional psychological thriller about a single mother and her son, but writer-director Jennifer Kent’s début digs deeper than appears on the surface. Amelia (Essie Davis), whose husband passed away six years ago, battles with difficulties of parenthood. Her seven-year-old son Samuel (Noah Wiseman) is troubled not only by insomnia and […]

13th February 2015

Picture post: Yoga, churches, Charlie


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Pardon my tardiness! My post from last week is late because I’ve been both busy (boyfriend visited) and ill (the cold is back). I’m still exhausted and haven’t been up to much so here’s a short pictorial roundup of my week and that one day when Charlie and I went for a cemetery hunt in […]

3rd February 2015