Monthly Archives: October 2009

Animation Nation

Posted in Television

Another documentary about Japan, this time from Rockhopper focusing on Japan’s animation industry and the young hopefuls that desire to join it. Japan is the world’s third largest economy. It’s a place where work is taken very seriously indeed – but so, too, is entertainment. And there is nothing the Japanese like better than losing […]

Japan Society Halloween Party

Posted in Blog

The other night saw me meeting up with my friend Gee and her friend Deborah to go and join The University of Sheffield, Japan Society members for a Halloween Party. Here are a few photos from the event, you can find more here. (Some of these photos from stolen from Gee, thanks!)

Moon

Posted in Film

Moon by Duncan Jones — son of David Bowie — is a curious slice of old fashioned science fiction, with a lovely aesthetic. One that I would certainly recommend worthy of renting if you’re a fan of the genre.

Pounded

Posted in Blog

Finally returning to Sheffield after a prolonged absence from all social activities, I was keen to go out and with the invitation from my friend Simon made the short trip to Sheffield Hallam’s Union (my first visit in the three years I’ve been in Sheffield). The night was somewhat spoiled by my favourite coat disappearing […]

The Walking Dead

Posted in Literature

It’s recommendation time again, after speedily making my way through the five series of The Wire that I recently wrote about, I needed something else to keep me occupied in the evenings during my tenure at The Kent & Canterbury Hospital. Now considering all my other nerdtastic past times, it may come somewhat as a […]




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