I saw it – Avengers Infinity wars

Looks so good i cannot wait to see.Here is the link to see it.


So excited when i saw this


This isnt my normal post but when i saw this article i got so excited as i was a big fan of the Bulldog game called Theme Hospital.

“Broken Wind, Third Degree Sideburns, King Complex, Bloaty Head—simply jotting down some of Theme Hospital’s afflictions, some 20 years since launch, makes me smile. Project Hospital is the debut project from Oxymoron Games and is a throwback to Bullfrog’s ’90s hospital construction-meets-management simulator. 

Sporting a familiar top-down isometric view, Project Hospital has players building their own medical institutions from the ground up, crafting specialised wings and departments, managing staff, diagnosing patients, and exploring hundreds of medical conditions. Where Project Hospital deviates from its main source of inspiration is its scope for realism—”learn about real world diseases and injuries and how to diagnose and cure them,” says the developer. No Hairyitis or Slack Tongue, then. 

Most interestingly, Oxymoron asks prospective players to let it know “what you miss”, and that doing so can help define the future of the game.”Or mod in your very own content for you and your friends,” the dev adds.  

Here’s a trailer:

With that, you’ll have the chance to fill the roles of architect, manager and doctor all at once as you alter and adjust and nip and tuck your establishment to your heart’s content.  

“Contract different insurance companies to gain access to patients with interesting medical conditions, perform examinations, laboratory tests and use various equipment to solve the diagnostic puzzles,” says Oxymoron in a statement. “Treat your patients by various methods and gain reputation to access different departments and the most advanced equipment.

“Focus on any aspect of the game—Is it the most fun for you to keep your staff and patients happy? Do you aim to cure as many people as possible or solve the most complicated cases? Or do you maybe want to become the best manager and make biggest profit?” 

Under Maintenance

This site is going through a maintenance but no worries all posts will be back on the site soon


Edit(3 November)- My 2013 and 2014 has all been updated.Thank you for your patience

Edit (17 November) Thanks everyone i have been ill but see trying to get everything up while posting my new blog posts.

Edit (30 November) I am starting to feel better so we start again putting the archieve post up

Stranger Things’: 15.8 Million Watched Season 2 Premiere in First Weekend, Nielsen Says

I am about to start Season two on netflix…..wish my good luck



Nielsen promised us streaming TV ratings, and now we’ve got some. And these are big ones — both in terms of tune-in and the specific data set’s significance to the industry. For starters, the ratings currency company says 15.8 million people watched Netflix’s “Stranger Things” Season 2 premiere episode over its opening weekend. Of that overall Live + 3 Day (of sorts) audience, nearly 11 million members come from the all-important adults 18-49 demographic. While subscription service Netflix doesn’t sell ads, they still target the folks with disposable income



Annabelle: Creation’ Star Grace Fulton Joins DC’s ‘Shazam!

Grace Fulton is in negotiations to join New Line’s DC superhero film “Shazam!” starring Zachary Levi, sources tell Variety.

The film follows a boy named Billy Batson who can transform into an adult superhero by uttering the magic word “Shazam!” The name is an acronym of the ancient gods and historical figures Solomon, Hercules, Atlas, Zeus, Achilles, and Mercury, who Batson derives his heroic attributes from when in adult form.

Fulton will play one of Batson’s friends. The Wrap also reports that Mark Strongis in talks for the role of the villain.

David F. Sandberg is directing from a screenplay by Henry Gayden and Darren Lemke. “Annabelle: Creation’s” Peter Safran will produce. The project will mark a reunion for Sandberg, Safran, and Fulton, who worked together on “Annabelle: Creation,” which has grossed over $300 million worldwide.

DC’s Shazam casts Zachary Levi for lead role

So excited to announce this if you havent heard as you know i am a fan of Zachary Levi


The Chuck star is set to play the title character in Shazam, Warner Bros. and New Line’s big-screen adaptation of the DC comic, EW has confirmed.

Lights Out and Annabelle: Creation filmmaker David F. Sandberg is on board to direct, working from a script by Henry Gayden and Darren Lemke. The story follows a young boy named Billy Batson, who upon saying “Shazam!” transforms into a grown-up superhero, whose powers are represented by Solomon, Hercules, Atlas, Zeus, Achilles, and Mercury, the mythological figures that make up the character’s acronym name.

Dwayne Johnson was previously cast as Shazam villain Black Adam, but he’ll no longer appear in Shazam, instead landing his own solo film.

Levi’s casting returns the actor to the world of superheroes. In addition to his role in 2015’s Heroes: Reborn, he once again portrays Fandral in next month’s Thor: Ragnarok. But Levi is most known for his five-season stint as super spy Chuck Bartowski on the cult NBC series Chuck. Last month, speaking to EW, he discussed his struggle to find roles unlike his memorable character.

“As with anyone, you play someone who becomes iconic and then everyone wants to keep hiring you for that character, and that’s been tough,” admitted Levi. “I don’t want to turn down work, but I also don’t want to just keep playing the nerd every single time, because there’s more to me — at least I hope there’s more to me — than just that.”

REVIEW:Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

This movie defiantly needed a review

Body Language and emotion: If you are autistic like me you might find this hard however i give this an easy rating.You will find the characters don’t hid their feeling much.This movie will deal with themes of family, friendships, what makes a father, pushing your loved ones away because of your past, seeing inner beauty, the seduction of power, forgiveness, understanding the reasons behind other people’s actions and love.



The second instalment of the hugely popular ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ franchise (also part of the behemoth Marvel Cinematic Universe) brings back favourites Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax (Dave Bautista), Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) and (currently) Baby Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel) getting into scrapes, mishaps and adventures together.

With a fantastic soundtrack (who can’t get behind a movie that plays ‘Mr Blue Sky’ by ELO while mayhem happens in the background?), ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ certainly wants the audience to have a feel-good experience. With the focus being firmly on Peter’s mysterious parentage, his discovery that his biological father is more than he ever thought possible brings with it another, more unlikely father-figure so that Peter see what being a son is all about. More depth is given to Nebula (Karen Gillan) and Yondu (Michael Rooker), secondary characters who before were mainly there to move the plot along, resulting in making them more well-rounded and much more likeable. Of course, the extra touches (like a fleet of spaceships being remotely controlled in an environment which is very reminiscent of a 1980’s arcade) also help to make eagle-eyed audience members extra happy. It is a shame that, although it is a plot-point, Rocket and Peter don’t see eye to eye; especially after their hard-won relationship in the first movie. Luckily, their separation for a decent proportion of the movie ensures that this doesn’t get too grating.

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ maintains the high quality that fans have come to expect from the Marvel Universe and, with such a beautifully poignant core, makes this comedy movie much more than it ever needed to be. Still sweeter than other Marvel entries, and still (somehow) feeling like the underdog, ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ wins our hearts all over again.



With a range of fantastic (and relevant) music throughout, plenty of edge-of-your-seat action and a surprisingly tender emotional focus on the father-son dynamic, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ ensures there is something for everyone without compromising its integrity. Due to some violence and infrequent but moderate swearing, I recommend this movie for ages 7 and over.

  • Violence: 3/5 (a character uses an arrow to kills hundreds of men, the men scream and flee in terror but none escape)
  • Emotional Distress: 3/5 (a character sacrifices themselves, another character who cares for them desperately tries to save them but when they are unable to, they sob for their loss. A character tells another that their parents sold them as a baby into slavery. One character tells others ‘they killed all my friends’)
  • Fear Factor: 2/5 (two characters come across a cave full of skeletons with a pile of skulls)
  • Sexual Content: 2/5 (some innuendo)
  • Bad Language: 2/5 (infrequent mild to moderate cursing)
  • Dialogue: 2/5 (A character tells another that something ‘would make (my) nether regions engorge’)