Now that you've left 2013, I don't mind telling you, I never liked it much. Didn't think you two would stand the test of time. This new year, 2014? I think you look great together.
Yes happy new year, and welcome to a month that's traditionally known as the dumping ground for film failure. Sure there's an exception or two, but just a quick look at what's ahead for the month, has me cringing. But more about I, Frankenstein in a couple weeks.
In the meantime we have the release of Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones. I can't imagine the film will be any better than the awful title they've saddled it with. But then who goes into a PA movie expecting genius? I thought they were done after the last one, but I guess the beat goes on. I'll give the series another try once they finally give into my demands, bring Jim Varney back from the dead, and put out Paranormal Activity: Ernest Goes To Hell. Barring that my interest in the series is void.
Anyone else disappointed by Matt Smith's last episode of Doctor Who? The 50th was so well done that I was expecting a fantastic episode. Instead it felt as half written as most of the episodes from the last two seasons. Plus after all the build up by Moffat as to the mystery of the regenerations, he still went with what was pretty much every fanboy's first guess as to how to get around the issue. Given how good the New Sherlock is, one can't help but wonder if a little more juice went into one show over the other.
So what are your plans for the first weekend of this crisp new year? If you're in the northeast, I'm guessing being snowed in.