Monthly Archives: April 2014

My Favourite Moments from Oathkeeper


It should really just be ‘my favourite moment’, which is the one that gives the title to this episode, but then it would be a really boring review if I wrote 1,000 words about Jaime and Brienne alone (and I could). Everybody moved forward on this episode, mysteries were revealed and epic bromances were halted, so here are my favourite scenes. Continue reading

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My Favourite Moments from Breaker of Chains

vlcsnap-2014-04-27-12h37m51s251This is arriving so late. I know. Internet connection issues.

Reviewing an episode of Game of Thrones is an arduous task. Lord knows there are way too many storylines and characters to talk about all of them. Even myself, at the end of each episode, have a hard time remembering what happened to everyone (which is why I have to take notes). Of course, I always remember the main events, such as beheadings, poisoning of jerk kings or treacherously murdering handsome red-haired men at weddings. Continue reading

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Ding Dong the King Is Dead


King Joffrey “Baratheon” is dead, finally. He leaves behind tons of disturbing scenes that I will never be able to erase from my mind, the same way I will never be able to erase the Starks’ deaths last season or Joffrey’s last night. But unlike the Red Wedding, the Purple Wedding death is one scene that I will be able to watch all over again. Even with all that wedding feast that goes before and which is so painful: it just makes Joffrey’s death even more deserving. Continue reading

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About That Time I Almost Froze To Death at the Baftas

The title of this article couldn’t be more self-explanatory: I decided, out of pure masochism, to go with my friend Leila to the red carpet of the BAFTAs last February. Of course, we attended as fans, which means we stood out there for 15 hours. But it resulted in a nice article and even nicer photos so, as some dude used to say in the 16th century, all’s well that ends well. Here it is.

Warning: it involves a lot of complaining. I’m not good at handling cold weather.

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