Why The Shape of Water is relatable

Alright readers, this post was meant for yesterday Friday Singapore time but this week hasn’t been good at all, what being sick from my body adjusting to the new mirtazapine I was prescribed after my former fluvoxamine crashed my quality of life by stringing me out to exhaustion via shouting in my sleep every time…..

Bandcamp picks: A compilation

One of my university essays led to me discovering the wonders of Bandcamp, as I wrote on the music industry in contemporary times and music social networking sites. As a music consumer Bandcamp has been a boon for me. Hence it felt right to compile a list of my favourite music so far on Bandcamp,…

The Different Narratives of Depression

Just last week, news broke out among the K-Pop fandom that SHINee’s lead singer Kim Jong Hyun was found dead in his Gangnam apartment as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning. Prior to his suicide, he was struggling with severe depression. Coal briquettes in a frying pan was found in his apartment. He is the…

Shin.Godzilla Review (Warning: Spoiler alert!)

I’m not a fan of big-monster movies. Never have been. You know how some things in life have the inexplicable draw which beckons you to come forward? Call it some kind of cosmic attraction or whatever, but I sure as hell didn’t get that draw with this movie. After being convinced by friends to join…

Top 5 sites I visit regularly

Hi to any one who cares enough to read this! The last blog post was pretty dreary in my own opinion, so I’m going to lighten things up with this one! I try to find things to do daily, however when there isn’t compelling books to read or sims 3 drama to live vicariously through; I…

Sims 3 Got Too Real

When I was 13, I used to go over to my best friend’s house and watch her kill her Sims with fire. I eventually got the whole Sims collection myself, which I played by myself within the comfort of my own home. There were magical quests to go on, families to live vicariously through, to…

5 Songs Which Marked My Teen Years

Turn It Up- Paris Hilton This will surprise people who haven’t known me long in real life. On the cusp of teenagehood, I was definitely dazzled by some of what being a woman offered, namely the makeup and fashion. I entered a brief but intense preppy glam phase for two years. This song by Paris Hilton…

Crimson Peak: Literary Analysis (spoiler rich)

Sunday was pretty much a movie day. I woke up earlier to watch Crimsom Peak in the late morning with a good friend of mine, and Bridge of Spies in the late afternoon with my mother. From the trailer and posters, Crimson Peak looks to be a Gothic movie, a la Tim Burton if one is…