We're officially into the second half of 2020 after a positively draining first six months to the year, but what will the second half bring? Well, first off is going to be a lack of new movies being reviewed thanks to COVID-19 and the British Government not exactly making cinemas safe places to be without a vaccine in place.
As a result, the majority of movies looked at will be available either on streaming services or copies of movies that I own on various formats - no chance of any shortages with how much stuff I have to work through. With the entirety of Assassin's Creed Odyssey out of the way now too, I'm hoping to hammer out a number of shorter games before the end of the year and maybe get back to playing through Dragon Age: Origins too.
Monday 6th July - movie review: The Bourne Identity
Continuing the assassin theme from The American and Assassin's Creed Odyssey: The Fate of Atlantis, it's time for Jason Bourne to step up.
Thursday 9th July - movie review: Room
Not The Room with Tommy Wiseau, but the movie that Brie Larson won an Oscar for, which I've owned for ages and will finally get around to watching for this review.
Monday 13th July - movie review: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Haven't seen this in a long time, so will be interesting to see how it holds up as I can't really remember all that much about it.
Thursday 16th July - game review: Journey
The first of the shorter games mentioned above and something I've been meaning to play for years, which I'm very much looking forward to doing.
Monday 20th July - movie review: Nocturnal Animals
I haven't seen this in a long time either, all I remember is that I thought Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal were both excellent in it. Now to hope my memory is accurate.
Thursday 23rd July - movie review: Akira
An all-time animated classic that Hollywood is understandably struggling to turn into a live-action movie because how do you match the excellent original?
Monday 27th July - TV review: Firefly
I was tempted to put 'season 1' as it was intended to be, but the show only got the one season despite how surprisingly good it turned out to be.
Thursday 30th July - movie review: Serenity
No, not the bizarre Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway movie from last year (seriously, Google it), but what ended up having to be Firefly's swansong, cramming multiple planned seasons' worth of reveals into a single story.