Latest Blog Milestone – Two Hundred And Fifty Posts

20 03 2013


Yes it’s true, this is my 250th post. It has been a long time since I started doing this blog and I am not going to sugar coat it by saying that it feels just like yesterday when I started, because it doesn’t. Interestingly enough, my blog technically started one year before it officially started with a me writing about the problems of Multiplayer Video Games and printing them off and sharing them around friends. Well one year later, I finally got round to starting this. the blog started off well but eventually the views would go down as  low as 7 views in one month. But then I started doing FIlm Reviews, then eventually post a week and my views began to grow and grow towards the internet sky. Many milestones have been reached and now that I have reached the amazing total of Two Hundred and Fifty Posts, I think it is time for a celebration.


I have managed to wade through all my previous posts and chosen my personal favourite top 25 posts, and so I will present them to you. The first 20 will just have a brief overview of each but the top 5 will have an in-depth summary of sort with pictures. I will also be presenting the top 5 Highest rated posts as well as the top 5 most viewed. If you would like to read any of the posts that are to be mentioned, just click the link. So let’s get started.

25. Before The War – Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace: This is a film review of Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace, this post is the most recent one I have posted.

24. Top 5 Black Sabbath Songs: This past June on the day that was both My Birthday but also the live performance of Black Sabbath at Download I did a post of my Top 5 Personal Favourite songs from my Favourite Band (apologies for the long-winded description).

23. UNSTOPPABLE Review – The Runaway Train came down the hill and Blew Up; Unless Chris Pine and Denzel Washington can Stop it: This one as described by the title is a Film Review of the Tony Scott film Unstoppable. To date this post is the fourth most viewed Film Review I have done.

22. Sam’s Rant – Multiplayer Games: Everyone needs to start somewhere and for me, this was it. this post was published all the way back in November 2009.

21. Film Review: The Count of Monte Cristo: This was as the title suggests a film review of the 2002 film The Count Of Monte Cristo. I was getting views for this review almost every week when I originally posted it.

The Count Of Monte Cristo (Spyglass Entertainment - 2002)

20. Four Blokes From Birmingham – Black Sabbath: This post was a response to something I was reading online which stated that a line from the film Almost Famous is used by Trebuchet Magazine when new writers start, so I decided to do it as a challenge.

19. Raging Bull: This post is about the original Dodge Charger car. A Great and interesting start to The First of 2012 Challenge, It was originally a piece of work I did for University but in the end I did not submit that part, so I decided to turn it into a post.

18. The Railway Company – A History of TOHO (200th Post) : A post that I had been wanting to do for almost a year, this post talks about the history of the Japanese Film Company that made such films as Seven Samurai as well as creating Godzilla. This was also my 200th Post.

17. Maze In The Forest – Pan’s Labyrinth: Pan’s Labyrinth was a film that I was unsure of at first when I originally saw it but it was after doing this review my opinion changed. I even draw inspiration from this film for a story I am writing at the moment.

16. Attack Of The Giant Moth – Mothra vs Godzilla: This was my review of a film that is said to be one of the best films in the Godzilla series, Mothra vs Godzilla.

Mothra vs Godzilla (Toho Co., Ltd. - 1964)

It’s now time for a break in the proceedings as we now turn our heads to my Top 5 Highest rated posts. What does this mean, well at the bottom of each post there is some green stars, each named after a Different Godzilla Monster. Much like any star rating system, 5 stars is best and it goes down from there. So let us turn our gaze, quite literally to the right of the screen to see what the top 5 Highest Rated Posts to date on this FAntastic Blog are.


5. 5 Years and Still Painful – Part 4: Part 4 of the ongoing saga of how I broke my knee cap.

4. Film Review – The Muppet Christmas Carol: A film review I did of The Muppet Christmas Carol.

3. Akira Kurosawa’s Masterpiece – Seven Samurai: The film review I did of Seven Samurai.

2. My Week: 09/04/2012 – 15/04/2012: What it says, a sort of review of my week between the two dates.

1. A Brief History of Godzilla (100th Post): A Brief History of Godzilla, read it, it’s Fantastic.

Top Rated

Meanwhile the Top 25 List continues.

15. Top 5 Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Flavours: A list of my Top 5 Favourite Ben And Jerry’s Ice Cream Flavours. One of the most surprising things about this post was how quickly it shot up as one of my most viewed posts and reached the Major milestone of becoming the first post to reach the 1000 views milestone.

14. Film Review – Godzilla vs King Ghidorah: The first Godzilla review I posted, incredibly fun to write and thoroughly enjoyable. I am hoping to publish a re-review of this film in the next few months just so I can update it and put it in the format I am currently using for my Film Reviews.

13. It’s Not Who I Am Underneath, But What I Do That Defines Me – Batman Begins: My review of Batman Begins, while pretty much being in the original format, it is still a Great post and one I enjoyed writing a lot.

12. Top 5 KISS Songs: My top 5 favourite Kiss Songs. It was a lot of fun trying to work out the order as well as listen to some of the best songs by one of the Greatest Rock Bands.

11. How To Make A Tardis?  This post goes in-depth into the ideas behind the machine that is piloted by Doctor Who, it was a lot of hard work to produce but it was an incredible post to write.


10. Top 5 SAXON Songs: As you can see by the title it is my Top 5 Favourite Saxon Songs. While not the first Top 5 List, it was the first one related to music.

9. Virgin VS FirstGroup: The Real Issue: Written back in September, this post looked into what I thought was the real issue in the Virgin/FirstGroup West Coast Main Line Fiasco, the issue being the trains. A train company is not a train company without trains.

8. Space Impression From Space – Godzilla VS SpaceGodzilla: My review of Godzilla vs SpaceGodzilla. While the film in some cases was a bit weird, it was very enjoyable and writing this post was enjoyable too.

7. My Top 10 Favourite (NON-GODZILLA) Films: All my favourite films are Godzilla films (if you have not worked it out yet) and so I need two Top 10 Lists for my Favourite films. This one was tricky to write and I even edited part of it the night before it was published. I am hoping to publish my Top 10 Favourite films in the summer.

6. A Nice Film That Will Be Hard To Beat – The Hunger Games: My review of The Hunger Games. Because I enjoyed this film so much I didn’t want to just do a standard review. It was from this film that the current format for my reviews come from with Pictures between paragraphs and the movie trailer as well as going a bit more in-depth with the films. It was also the first time that I used the Black, Italic, Bold Link system. In my own personal opinion, it is one of the Best Reviews I have done to date.

The Hunger Games (Lionsgate - 2012)

Now lets take another quick break as we look at the Top 5 Most viewed posts on my Blog.

5. Godzilla News – Unveiling, Release and Giant Plants: A look into the latest news regarding the upcoming Legendary Pictures Godzilla Film as well as the news of the release of Godzilla vs Biollante on Blu-ray.

4. Dinosaurs Return To Television: A post which I did within a few hours of Planet Dinosaur’s first episode. This post had a link to it on the BBC Website and at one point was the most viewed post on my Blog.

3. A Brief History of Godzilla (100th Post): The highest rated post on my blog is also the third most viewed post on my Blog.

2. The Best Film In The World – Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack: On two occasions this post was the most viewed post on my blog and became the second post to reach the 1000 views milestone.

1. Top 5 Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Flavours: While it may not be number 1 to me, it surely is the current title holder of the most viewed post on my blog.


Now we enter the final stretch. before you, you will find My Top 5 Personal Favourite Blog Posts – Enjoy.

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack (Toho Co., Ltd. - 2001)

5. The Best Film In The World – Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack: The Best Film in the world, FACT. An incredibly enjoyable post to write. When I usually write a review I watch the film before hand but I wrote this one from memory as well as getting some help from other websites. The post eventually became the most viewed post on my Blog, a title which the post has held on two separate occasions. Please head over and read this Incredible review. If you have not seen the film, I recommend you do because you are missing out. You can buy the film on Amazon (follow the link).

Seven Samurai (Toho Co., Ltd. - 1954)

4. Akira Kurosawa’s Masterpiece – Seven Samurai: My review of Akira Kurosawa’s classic film Seven Samurai. After years of wanting to watch this film, I finally got round to it and until just recently felt that it was my best review to date. I was able to write a lot about this film without making it too long. I was able to find pictures from the film itself and even included a trailer for it and one of the best clips from the film. Both an incredible film and an enjoyable experience to write, it even includes links from where you can buy the film.

RAN (Toho Co., Ltd. - 1985)

3. The Final Masterpiece – RAN: My review of the Akira Kurosawa film RAN. When I was writing this I knew that the post was something special. I posted this review in January this year and watched the film itself the day before New Years Eve. Originally I was going to watch the film the same night that my family was going to see The Hobbit, but in the end I decided to watch it sooner and make the film my first review of the year aswell as my first official blog post for this year. To me this is the Best Film Review I have done to date.

Nintendo Wii

2. 5 Years of Nintendo Wii: This post took me almost a day to write. It was published on the 5th anniversary of the Nintendo Wii being released in the UK. While it took me a long time to produce, the nostalgia that came to me when writing it, all the fantastic and happy memories that came to me of one of the Best Video Game Consoles was just so enjoyable. I was able to find fantastic videos on the subject and the simple fact that I could write a post so passionately about a subject i love was just a  Fantastic Experience, an experience i look forward to doing again.

So we have finally arrived at my Personal Favourite Post. While I have enjoyed writing almost every post I have written to date, this post stands out to me as My Best Post.

Godzilla 1954 - Present

1. A Brief History of Godzilla (100th Post): When I was fast approaching my 100th post, I wanted to do something very special for such a magnificent milestone, so I decided that I would do A Brief History of Godzilla. It was the last Tuesday of my time at Teesside University, I woke up at about lunchtime and because I had nothing to do for the rest of the day, I got stuck straight in. I watched videos on the subject from many places on the web as well as using my own personal knowledge on the subject. Over the course of about 5 hours I wrote about 3 pages of work and it was after attending the final Teesside CU of the year I got back into writing. I loaded up pictures into the post of other monsters as well as posters from the series. It is a post that I enjoyed writing every paragraph, sentence and word of. Even after all this time from me posting it to now, it is still my Favourite Post.

So we have finally reached the end of this enjoyable look back through the history of my blog. I would like to thank everyone who has supported me and the blog and all those who continue to do so on a regular basis. I both hope and invite you all and anyone new to come back soon for more Fantastic Posts. Thankyou.


How To Make A Tardis?

22 06 2012

When danger is about, Doctor Who may appear. Throughout all his adventures through space and time his most trusted and loyal companion is his Time Machine. Wherever he goes the Tardis is usually not far behind, it has helped him to get out of many situations and in most occasions into trouble in the first place. Now to many it may just be a big blue box, and it is but it is also a lot more than that, out of all his equipment, it’s the Doctors most magnificent. So if you fancy building one for yourself, keep reading as I delve into the more complex side of the Doctor’s Time Machine.

Tardis (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) is a special piece of equipment built by an advanced extra-terrestrial race known as The Time Lords on their home planet of Gallifrey. The Time Lords as their name suggested were experts in Time Travel and Time Perception. Their Time Machines were built to allow them to travel back and forth in time to any planet but more to observe than to intervene but this was sometimes allowed. While the history of the Time Machines themselves are a bit sceptical it is clear that the Doctors machine was not the first. The Doctor’s Tardis is a TT 40 Type Mark 3. Now the TT could be like the Model T in which it does not mean that there was a T or an S like it goes alphabetically, it is just a name given to the model to allocate it and show how it is different to another model but we can tell from the Mark 3 that there have been 2 other versions of the TT 40 beforehand. It is stated that it does not really belong to the Doctor because he “unofficially” borrowed it, in fact it belonged to a Time Lord before the Doctor called Marnal who is believed to have been a renegade like The Doctor so the characteristics of the Doctor were already planted before he took control of it and so it suited the doctor to the ground. Because of the fall of Gallifrey it is hard to know what the current type of Tardis is like but it is apparent that the TT 40 Type Mark 3 is obsolete so with a more advanced model it makes it easy to suggest that the problems with The Doctor’s Tardis may have been fixed.

So if we were to build a Tardis we would have to build it in a certain way. If we were to build it like a house we would start by building the outside first but in case of building a Tardis this would be quite tricky because the outside of the Tardis can be any shape at all. If we wanted it to have the same shape and image wherever we went we could simply design it and then build it but we would need the right material. It has been shown over and over again that the Tardis can withstand an attack from almost anything. In series 27 episode 1 the doctor mentions that the doors were able to hold off the hordes of Genghis Khan. Later on in the series the Doctor tells Captain Jack to close the doors because there will be a draft in a minute meaning that when the ship explodes the debris will fly in. So it is clear that a special material is used but the door can easily be opened and closed so how do you prevent harmful force from entering but somehow let friendly forces in and out. It is unlikely that Validium was used because it is described as a material that should not have left Gallifrey and so even if it was used it would be used possibly as a prototype and then if a problem was detected they probably would have removed it. There is mention of the use of a key to let people in and out but what about for those who do not have a key. Well there is the possibility that the Doctor is a key and while he is there people can come and go as they please but still there needs to be a reason why friendly forces can come and go as they please. Well one possibility is the idea that there could be a Psychic Computer embedded into the machine which could read the heart of a person and could tell what kind of person they are. If it was able to read what a person’s intentions were and saw that they were good it would let them pass while keeping harmful intentions out, one issue of this though is that because it is a Time Lord machine it would possibly let Time Lords come and go as they please even if they had harmful intentions because it was designed for the Time Lords to use in mind. If a system like this was to be used though it is unlikely that it would be mechanical because the human heart does not work like computer data and so a living natural part will be required in order for it to work properly.

If we wanted to keep the ability to change shape we would need to build the Tardis with a different material. The Doctors Tardis does not work properly because its Chameleon Circuit broke. The Chameleon Circuit would allow the Tardis to change shape where it went, so if it was to land in the desert it could turn into a pyramid and so as such would not draw attention to itself, however the chameleon circuit broke when it landed in the 1960’s and so it took the shape of a police box and stayed that way. The Chameleon Circuit is so-called because it works like a Chameleon, however Chameleons change colour slowly and so for the Tardis one to work it would have to change before it landed in order to conceal itself a lot better. The circuit would need to know all the information before the Tardis landed and so it would possibly go in a certain order possibly like this:

  • Start (A1)
  • Location Decided (A2)
  • Information on Location Gathered (A3)
  • Location Information Processed (A4)
  • Best Outcome for Location decided (A5)
  • Generate Outcome (A6)
  • Land Tardis in Location (A7)
  • Finish (A8)

If a Chameleon Circuit was installed into the Matrix of the machine, a solid outside would not be possible and another material would be needed. One suggestion would be to use Time Lord Cells or Time Lord DNA. Much like how when a Time Lord regenerates and changes face, it would be reasonable to use the DNA of a Time Lord to change the shape of a Tardis. The control of these would be tricky for a mechanical machine and may require the use of electronic cells like blood cells to give commands to the other cells. Another possibility could be the idea of small robots that link together. This sounds more plausible due to the Tardis being a mechanical machine not a living breathing creature. Small robots could link together and when they got orders from the Chameleon Circuit they would link together in a different pattern to create that shape. However each robot would be given their own independent order for their location so they know where to go and prevents the robots having to fight over the same location but this order probably won’t be given until A5 is complete, When the orders are given at A5 the robots start to take shape, when A6 is complete the Tardis shape will be complete.

Before we talk about the inside of the Tardis, we should take a look at the invisible bubble around the Tardis. When the Doctor takes Donna into outer space (The Runaway Bride) and shows how the world was put together he has the door open and so somehow they are still able to breathe. This is a piece of evidence that we can see that there is more to the Tardis than both meets the eye and attached to it. This bubble could protect the occupants from dying in case of the door being opened. Also in the Christmas Invasion when the Sycorax start talking from their own language to English this could show that this bubble is also able to help those who have not been inside the Tardis understand other languages, this bubble could be a major life support system for the Tardis as a whole. The idea of a bubble is just a theory but there are strong suggestions pointing towards it and if we were to understand other ideas of other unknown life support in the Tardis we could better understand this theory and possibly prove that it is more than a theory or even figure out how to produce a bubble.

The Tardis is not all about the outside, most of how it works is done on the inside. If we wanted to build a Tardis we would need some method of control, this would come in the form of a central console. When the Doctors Tardis is flying through Space and Time it is always shaking about, however in a later episode of Doctor who when several people are using it, it is more stable and the Doctor hints that it was designed for several people to use. This suggests more about the Time Lord’s culture as these vehicles could have been used as a form of transport for several occupants, this could hint towards the idea of Time Lords being like missionaries or the Tardis’s being used as a form of transportation. However with this current model things like this could be improved and so fewer people may be required to pilot the machines themselves. Later models of Tardis could be made where only one user is required to pilot it. The way the central console is designed though suggests that they are difficult machines to pilot and even if it came down to one steering wheel other items may need to be addressed while driving the thing (much like an Aircraft Carrier). I am not suggesting that there is a Space Highway Code but the Tardis is a sophisticated machine and as such would require a lot of attention to run. The central console is more than just a form of control though, it could be the brains of the machine as well because all the commands are sent from it and so while it is more advanced than a PC it could work a lot like it. This also suggests why the inside of the Tardis is so big because it needs a lot of hardware in order for it to work and so requires the space for it to store all these important systems.

It has been known for the inside of Tardis to change as well, but if the Chameleon Circuit is broke how does it do this, well why would the inside need to hide itself. The interior design has mostly gone unchanged except for a few bits here and there. In terms of huge change this has rarely occurred with only doctors 4, 7, 8, 9 and 11 having some obvious changes. In terms of the 4th doctors it has a slightly more renaissance or library look about it where it looks more like something from earth or similar culture than its usual look. In terms of the late 7th doctor and 8th doctor it is clear he may not have had a companion and so he may have programmed a change just so he can amuse himself when he is alone. When it comes to doctors 10 and 11 it was a rustier look and untidy but then it became slightly more modern and clean almost like a high-profile architects work with the 11th doctor. There is not much suggesting how or when this happens but one suggestion is that it takes place when the Doctor regenerates but this would mean it happens all the time. It could be that the Tardis has its own life-cycle and needs to regenerate every so often in order for it to work at its best. How it does this is another matter. If it was to regenerate the inside of itself it could once more use the robots from the Chameleon Circuit but work on a different circuit so it does not confuse the 2 or it could possibly use Time Lord DNA to regenerate itself. If it was regeneration that causes it could this mean that like a Time Lord it has a lifetime on it and so eventually the machine would die as a whole? Much like how a Time Lord has 13 lives could this be the same for The Tardis. Seeing as the Tardis is almost indestructible though it could show why it has not changed when the doctor has and so the Tardis has more life in it than the Doctor (or any Time Lord for that matter). In other cases of it being able to change its interior it could be that the Doctor likes to do a bit of DIY every now and again or maybe he requests an interior change from the command console (or even hires a crew of Cybermen decorators).

The Tardis’s real magic trick though is how it is bigger on the inside than the outside. If you were to walk into such a big room from a small box you would be surprised and could possibly faint from the shock. It is an interesting question to answer but it is relatively simple. Now I am going to use an Idea from an episode of doctor who to explain.

Let’s put it like this, if you had a Big box and a Small box. If you wanted to put the small box inside the big box you would not have any trouble. But if you wanted to put the big box inside the small box you could encounter a problem, because it can’t be done. You will need to find a way of shrinking the big box or growing the smaller box. You could increase the size of the small box by placing it inside an air tight containment area and then remove the area forcing it to expand. Alternatively if you were able to shrink the big box and put into the small box, the small box could be the containment field but you have the problem that once you remove the air the big box will only grow to the size of the small boxes perimeters. The only really feasible way of making something big fit inside something small is distance. If a big object is seen from a far distance it gets smaller and so if we had a big box and a small box and we kept the small box with us but moved away from the big box, the big one would fit inside the small one by a matter of eyesight and distance. The question is how do we connect them?

People living in Big cities like London use a human system of the Tardis. In London it is called The Tube. The Tube allows people to travel long distances in a short space of time, a time shorter than walking the distance. Each station is a destination in London. Now imagine that 2 stations in London are the Tardis. For example if we were to take a relatively Small station like Seven Sisters which is a rail link to towns and areas outside of London as the outside of our Tardis and then take a Big station like King’s Cross St Pancras which is another rail link but has connections with the whole country and Europe as the inside of our Tardis it is easier to understand. The door or link between boxes for our Tardis would be the tube train system tunnels. The idea is that the inside of the Tardis much like our big box is in a completely different location to our small box which is close by. It is possible that inside the Tardis Blue box is nothing but white space and that the door is a very short tunnel to another location in the universe. This short tunnel would take the form of a portal/teleport of some kind, the most likely case being a wormhole which means the inside of the Tardis could be in a different galaxy or be a galaxy by itself which means it could be as big as it wants to be.

So we know how to build the solid side of the Tardis in the form of its interior and exterior but what about its functions as travelling through time and space. Well if it is to travel in a physical form simply through space then it would be easy for it to move in physical form because all you need to do is just steer it around obstacles, but how do we make it move at all. Well, let’s return to the bubble theory. The idea of a bubble allowing it to move through Time and Space means that you are moving the bubble and the bubble only because it is around the Tardis and so the Tardis goes with it. The bubble could have a zero gravity energy which means it could go in any direction while in physical form, that is, if it has a physical form. When you add time to the mix it gets a little bit trickier. You need to ask the question does the Tardis exist? When the Tardis leaves the location it is occupying, it disappears and so it begs the question about existence because if it is there, then why does it disappear, like a mirage. One possibility is that the Tardis is nothing more than the space form of Data. When you send a message (or e-mail if you will) across the internet you are not sending a solid piece, that message is turned into a series of 1’s and 0’s. When the e-mail reaches its destination the 1’s and 0’s will turn the data back into a readable format using a special coding language. There are several coding languages and they will process data in their own way. It is not just emails, when you are typing away in Microsoft word you are not typing onto a sheet of paper you are actually writing out a simplified code base where even the letter A is actually a combination of 1’s and 0’s and that is all it really is but using the code base within Word it takes the form of an A, it is not until you print it out onto a sheet of paper that it takes a physical form but once again that physical form does not begin until the data has reached the printer and it starts printing. When it comes to travelling through space and time, when the Tardis leaves the planet and it disappears, this is it turning into data and then as it travels through space and time it exists in a non existant way, as it can’t be seen. But then when it lands it uses an on board code to transform its data form into a more physical form.

After examining the evidence a Tardis sounds doable as long as you have the correct resources and tools but processing these resources would be the hardest part. If it was feasible it could take forever and I do mean forever. You could spend your whole life to build one and you may not even finish it. The main problem we have is that we still really don’t understand the Tardis and we may never do. It won’t be until we have a full and proper understanding that we can really make a shopping list of what we need but as Dr. Jim Al-Khalili suggested;

“but who knows, maybe the Time Lords on Gallifrey know something we don’t”.

– Dr. Jim Al-Khalili, Doctor Who Night 1999


June 2012 Post A Day

1 06 2012

A couple of months ago I decide to challenge myself to a little blog challenge. That challenge was to do a blog post every day in June. June is a special time of year for me, it was the Month I was born in, but not only that many interesting things are happening in June this year, there is E3 (which happens every year) which is the biggest event on the Gaming Calendar and Black Sabbath reunite on Stage for the first time in 6/7 years. Last Year on my Blog we had a very special month of Monster film reviews (one of which is the most viewed post in the history of my blog) and so I would keep it a special blog month to me with this post a day challenge.

There are many things to look out for this month, we have the King of the Monsters Tournament which is the Main Event of the year for a Monster Combat thing I have just started. there is my 200th Post, several small posts on interesting things (possibly interesting), Top 5 Ronnie Barker Sketches, Top 5 Black Sabbath Songs, Answering Questions given to me by friends from camp and a friend of a friend (if they get their questions to me in time), an unforseen Paradox in an episode of Doctor Who and a post on how to build a Tardis.

Don’t forget this month’s film review or should I say reviews. Last year there was 5 reviews, this year there is only 4. That may look not as good but don’t dismiss it immediately, the films being reviewed are Atragon, Mothra vs Godzilla and Seven Samurai (yes, Seven Samurai). That is only three films, the fourth one is up to you. I have chosen 3 Godzilla film’s, the one with the most votes gets reviewed. They are; Invasion of the Astro-Monster – one of three Godzilla films I have not seen, Godzilla vs SpaceGodzilla – a bizarre film where Godzilla fights a space version of himself and Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla – One my top favourites from the series. A wide, diverse selection of Godzilla films, one from each film series (Shōwa, Heisei, Millenium). You have until the 10th of June to vote (I have also made the poll to hide the results from you, so you may not know until the review itself to see if your choice won).

So come back every day in June for a New Blog Post everyday and don’t forget to leave your comments and feedback on the subjects talked about (please rate as well, because I like it when people do, The green stars at the bottom of the posts). It is going to be an interesting month.

GENEPOOL (do you like my title picture?)

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