Five Fictional Islands

Five Fictional Islands I Wish I Could Visit In Real Life

A little while ago I was invited to take part in this huge collaboration called Hyrule: See the sights, hear the sounds. It was organised by Matt over at Normal Happenings, who wanted to create a massive, travel type guide to the Legend of Zelda universe, so of course I had to get involved – travel and geekery is my thing after all. Everyone was … Continue reading Five Fictional Islands I Wish I Could Visit In Real Life

Most Anticipated Shows October

13 Most Anticipated TV Shows Coming This October

The first episode of Doctor Who season 11 aired last night.. and I was out. I missed it! I’ve been looking forward to seeing Jodie Whitaker as the Doctor ever since I heard she was taking over from Peter Capaldi, but we managed to get last minute tickets to a Comedy Central Live festival – for free – which you just can’t turn down, can … Continue reading 13 Most Anticipated TV Shows Coming This October

Comic-Con 2018 | 20 Must Watch Trailers and Teasers

San Diego Comic Con 2018 is officially over, and as a certified Geeky Tourist, I am beyond gutted I wasn’t in California watching everything unfold. There have been so many exciting announcements – from a Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot, to a brand new Batwoman TV series – that I’m still trying to catch up on all the news from the weekend. If you didn’t … Continue reading Comic-Con 2018 | 20 Must Watch Trailers and Teasers

Dystopian TV Shows - Handmaid's Tale

8 Dystopian Series to Binge after Handmaid’s Tale

The second season of The Handmaid’s Tale is official over, and I’m already feeling a severe lack of red capes in my life. If you’re like me, and are already wondering what you can binge watch next, I’ve created a list of some amazing Dystopian series that you might not have tried yet. From a group of teenagers attempting to survive in a post-apocalyptic world, … Continue reading 8 Dystopian Series to Binge after Handmaid’s Tale

Five Fictional Hotels I’d Like to Stay in

Last Monday I wrote about the fictional cities I’d love to visit, and since today is National Napping Day, I thought I’d dedicate this weeks fictional five to the buildings where you’re guaranteed a good night’s sleep – hotels. Hotels have been the setting for many movies over the years, most noticeably in the horror genre. In fact, The Overlook hotel in The Shining is … Continue reading Five Fictional Hotels I’d Like to Stay in

Five Fictional Cities I’d love to visit in real life

Have you ever watched a movie, or read a book, and thought – I’d really love to visit that world, or that town, or even that cafe? It happens to me all the time. Just the other day, I was at the cinema watching the new Black Panther movie, and I couldn’t stop thinking about how amazing Wakanda looked – the ultimate travel destination. Seriously, … Continue reading Five Fictional Cities I’d love to visit in real life

Stranger Things Pop-up at Topshop

If you saw last week’s post on ‘Stranger Things’ to do in London, you’ll have noticed that the Oxford Circus Topshop in London did something a little special this year for Halloween. They partnered up with Netflix to create this amazing Stranger Things clothing line, and are promoting it in the best way possible – with an immersive pop-up. I’m a sucker for TV / … Continue reading Stranger Things Pop-up at Topshop

Five ‘Stranger Things’ To Do In London This October

Stranger Things absolutely wins at Halloween with its spooky, retro vibe; and in 2 days’ time, on 27th October, we will all be binging through the latest season – but what happens after that? What happens once you’ve watched the entirety of season 2 in a single day and are craving more Eleven? It doesn’t even bare thinking about. Well Londoners are in luck. The … Continue reading Five ‘Stranger Things’ To Do In London This October