Once Upon a Time (on Netflix): I found out that season 2 is on there now and I've been marathoning it. It's gotten strange this season, but as far as I can tell I like it. Who else is super excited for the Alice in Wonderland spin-off series?! It involves a mental asylum! (I'm not sure if I've told you this but I love mental asylum settings and mental illness themes.)
Our Idiot Brother (on Netflix): This was a really great indie comedy movie with one of my favorite actresses (Zooey Deschanel). G and I both thoroughly enjoyed it and I recommend it to people who like funny things.
State of Emergency (on Netflix): This is the worst zombie movie I have ever seen and you better believe I have seen a lot of zombie movies. The number of zombies can be counted on your fingers and there is never any actual danger. Never watch this movie. I am serious. It's not even so bad it's good. I love those kinds of zombie movies, but this one is just slow and boring and awful.
new (used) video games! from Al's Music Video and Games in Seattle. This is a cool place I haven't been into for awhile. It's just a small store with walking spaces narrow enough that you can't go past people when you're going down the aisles, but it's worth it. There are CDs, records, video games, consoles, movies, and even guitars for sale. I bought Tak and the Power of Juju and Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, both for PS2. When we were leaving the store, I spotted The Legend of Zelda board game in a display case! But alas, it was not for sale. Not that I could have afforded it if it had been, but still. I am very pleased with both of my video game purchases. They will give me hours and hours of enjoyment for less than $10 each. Not bad at all. Tak and the Power of Juju is completely silly and ridiculous, yet sometimes difficult. I find it so hard to swing on the ropes! Prince of Persia: Sands of Time is amazing and sometimes frustrating. I just got the dagger and then unlocked the hourglass thing, so I can go back in time when I mess up my wall running and jumping stuff. Plus the graphics are incredible!
still Watchers by Dean Koontz: It's still really good and getting better with every page. Right now the suspense is building and foreshadowing is occurring., so I think something very exciting will happen soon.
lots of comics
lots of webcomics
as always blogs
What have you been watching, playing, and reading lately? Anything good?