Halsdoll’s Diner: It’s Breakfast Time

I am due for a post! I have the energy to whip a post after drinking hot chocolate. I feel so recharged. While on my mini blog break, I had a strange idea to motivate myself to become a better cook. As I mentioned in my previous post I need to learn how to cook properly so… Continue reading Halsdoll’s Diner: It’s Breakfast Time

The Problem with the “Like Button”

Generally, I am a nice person and dislike complaining, but I am a little irritated. WordPress is a nice safe place to unleash your thoughts, but what gets under my skin is when people press the Like button to promote themselves. Sure thing, I can ignore it but I am only human. Like any normal… Continue reading The Problem with the “Like Button”

Pretty Girls Are Scary :Three Psychotic Films I Watched

Did you think I was done with Halloween? There are more scary stuff to talk about. I am just getting started. I'll be honest, I don't know what Amazon is trying to tell me from my browsing habit. They recommended me some suspenseful shows. I hope they are not trying to imply I am CRAE-CRAE.… Continue reading Pretty Girls Are Scary :Three Psychotic Films I Watched

Fun East Asian Horror Films for Halloween

Sometimes I just float where ever the wind takes me. I'm like a pollen just drifting in autumn's air. Okay that is not scientifically correct where I am from, but it doesn't matter. In my universe nothing makes sense. I have been spending a lot of time streaming on Amazon Prime Video. That's where I… Continue reading Fun East Asian Horror Films for Halloween

Horror Games for Halloween

It is beginning to feel like fall thank goodness. Warm weather makes me sleepy. I think it’s safe to say Halloween is approaching and it’s time to be in Halloween festive mood. Horror games and horror movies–and no Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! does not count as being a scary show– not even for a kid. Today is… Continue reading Horror Games for Halloween

Netflix Social Dilemma Review

I spy on people and tech companies spy on me on social media. “We are all connected to each other in a circle in a hoop that never ends,” I quote from Pocahontas’s song Colors of the Wind. I think we are becoming very intimate. It is kind of making me blush in fact. I was… Continue reading Netflix Social Dilemma Review

What I Learned from The NeverEnding Story (1984)

For years I have never visited the Cinerama. Why? Partly because I substituted video games for movies, which I barely play these days. Oh, how technology has changed. I’m too lazy to visit a theater. Aren’t movie theaters a bit outdated ever since the birth of Netflix? Sometimes, after work or even during my school days,… Continue reading What I Learned from The NeverEnding Story (1984)