Another new reviewer! Of which I know nothing about since I was in high productivity mode and didn’t even skim the reviews as I added them to the BMRL. They did seem longer form than most.
Today we have something I haven’t done in a while! New reviwer that I found! Who is no longer doing reviews and hasn’t been seen on the site since the middle of 2017. Each review post is about a single story and looks rough but sincere. Also, I get to be their 100th follower! Because I follow people who do reviews on the off chance they put out another one. Which, mind you, is exceedingly unlikely in this case but I couldn’t resist the allure of being the 100th one.
More from the leftover bin. Two stories from Soufriere’s series about Sunset Shimmer having depression. Though one is a non-canon. So, basically, don’t read either of them unless you’ve been reading the series up until now? Which makes reviewing them kind of pointless I guess but I typed them up at some point in the past and could use more actual content for the blog.
- One Does Not Deny A Lady by Soufriere
- Minor Relapse by Soufriere
I liked it. Interesting how different a movie feels with (almost) no spoken dialogue and no noticeable soundtrack. This is the good kind of artsy movie. Someone who tries something interesting and off-kilter and makes it work. I’d recommend seeing it. Though I watched it late at night (early morning really) by myself in a dark room. Which did a good job enhancing the tension of the whole thing. I’d recommend getting close to that ideal. Though, if you can watch it with someone I always recommend that.
Now for some thoughts about specific parts. Spoilers ahead.
Oh, wow. I really need to pay more attention. This was supposed to go up around a month ago. I apparently posted it as a page and not a post. Which meant it didn’t show up where people would actually see it. I’m scheduling this so that it pops up a few days after the last post. Don’t want to have just four days of content and then a month or two of nothing. As is my usual method when a burst of inspiration strikes me. Or, in this case, when I recognize when I goofed up and fix things.
Anyway! My reactions to the story The Nutcracker, which I read a while ago.