It’s a shame that Code Vein doesn’t have more clothing selection because that would stop my dress addiction purchases because as much I like it, I rarely wear a dress in public. Only during special occasions such a recent interview where I wore a black dress for the first time that I bought back in…… Continue reading Welcome to Halsdoll’s Boutique!!! Code Vein Photo Shoot–A Fun Co-Op Adventure J-RPG GAME!!!(Mini-Review)
Should I have changed my title for this review to a story about a Classy but Penniless Gold Digger who Can’t Survive on her Own? That would mislead the readers on what I think about the beloved character Holly played by Audrey Hepburn. To call her a gold digger is far from the truth. However,…… Continue reading Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) Review: The Anti-Material Girl
The constant environmental stimulation coming from downtown Seattle area is hard to avoid. I’ve been in Seattle for some time now and it seems like it’s getting worse. In the beginning of 2020, there was a gunfire shooting on 3rd Ave that killed civilians. And with current national news in the U.S, it doesn’t seem…… Continue reading Halsdoll’s News: My Blog Reach 100 followers! Thank you!
Oh the power of setting goals. I have many goals (creative, personal, and financial) and then I wonder how I wore myself out easily and ended up feel lazy from time to time. I realized I am only human. Not a machine. I achieved one of my goals. That I can boast. If you are…… Continue reading Halsdoll’s Diner Menu Update: Food for Movie Time & No–Popcorn Is Not on the List
I have been meaning to make more time to read, but sometimes I get discouraged from reading one bad book after the next which are supposedly bestsellers (keep in mind, it’s a matter of taste). Hence it’s why the book department in my blog is rather bleak and lonely. I have only reviewed one book…… Continue reading The Argument Against Books as a Form of Superior Medium to Video Games
Not going to lie, I miss going to the theatre, drinking overpriced fountain drink and eating popcorns. Batman Begins is quite fitting for this time, especially during this pandemic. As soon as I saw the film available on Netflix, I can’t helped but draw the correlation with our current fear to bats as it is…… Continue reading Batman Begins (2005) Review: Conquer your Fears and Fight for Justice
Eva by Lucas Cranach the Elder (1528) Eve wants more than she has. Spread her fingers wide for she is never satisfied. Once she was pure but is now tainted by greed. Only one mission She yearns– Completion– Separate from Adam. She goes to great length To improve herself through knowledge and beauty. She is a sad existence…… Continue reading Fake Girls: Are You One of Them? A Poem by Halsdoll
I’m a few days late like usual. Valentine’s Day has passed. I could learn how to prioritize my blog posts to sync with the holiday, but I guess I missed the opportunity. In my mind, I thought reviewing Cuties was more important. But at least I got my punctuality right. Punctuality is a great trait…… Continue reading My Husband Won’t Fit Review (2019): Let’s Talk about Sex
Netflix has some interesting shows. Growing up, my favorite channel was the International channel. I was always intrigued with how others live and think. At one point in my life, I watched nothing but international films. So it’s no surprise that Mignonnes also known as Cuties caught my attention. But what really pique my interest…… Continue reading Mignonnes Review (2020): A Film for Pedophiles?
Going around beating people in the name of righteousness sounds rather noble. Doesn’t it? In this case, The Revenger is simply about REVENGE!!! Far from serious, the undertone of the film is light hearted and humorous. I found myself laughing right off the bat as there are plenty of humorous catchy lines that made me…… Continue reading The Revenger (1980) Review: I Fight in the Name of the Kung Fu Cop