My Yu-Gi-Oh! February 2023 banlist predictions

Posted on February 4, 2023
Category: Yu-Gi-Oh!
Ok, let’s just get this over with. We all know what decks (or deck in this case), needs to be addressed on the upcoming banlist, so you don’t need me to give you a particularly intricate analysis of the current format. However, there is something that I’d like to talk about first before we get into the meat and potatoes of this article, namely that mini banlist we got at the beginning of December, released

The Yu-Gi-Oh! October 2022 banlist aftermath

Posted on January 27, 2023
Category: Yu-Gi-Oh!
This banlist was so bad that it made me whish COVID had killed me. I would’ve come up with a better opening sentence, but I refuse to put more effort into this article than Konami did into their banlist. I also would’ve started writing this a little earlier, but the little Coronavirus fairy decided to finally pay me a visit after evading her for the last 3 years. So what went wrong? Well, it’s not
Well, here we are again in banlist season. It’s certainly been a while since I’ve done one of these hasn’t it? Last time I talked about Yu-Gi-Oh! on here was during Pank-Kids Adventurer format – a format which I’m pretty sure is now considered to be one of the worst of all time. Yeah, I certainly don’t miss Destiny Hero – Destroyer Pheonix Enforcer being in every deck, that’s for sure. I’m happy to say
Maya Deren - Meshes of the Afternoon painting
So here’s the second part of my Maya Deren film analyses that I wrote back in college. I remember this one being significantly more of a pain in the ass to write than the one for At Land, going through countless rewrites before I was at-all satisfied with it. Once again, I recommend watching the actual film itself before reading any further for any of this to make sense. Here’s a link to Meshes of
Maya Deren - At Land painting 1

At Land – A very serious analysis

Posted on June 11, 2022
Category: Reviews
Here’s a little story for ya: back in 2017, I briefly became fascinated with the works of American experimental filmmaker Maya Deren. First of all, let’s just let the fact that 2017 was 5 YEARS AGO sink in. Done? Okay, so whilst I was studying fine art at college, I ended up working on a project that involved watching some arty-farty films. Some of them were good, some of them sucked. I can’t remember what

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