Author: bertvdc

  • Games of 2022

    Games of 2022

    Damn. What a year for gaming. And it’d be impossible to crown a game of the year if Elden Ring hadn’t come out. So without further ado, here’s some tips from me, a gaming expert, to you, an internet rando. Wanna play, without hyperbole, a true masterpiece? Elden Ring Had you asked me a year […]

  • 2022s favourite TV moments

    2022s favourite TV moments

    2022 is the year in which my kids got older and the pandemic died down and I finally started watching TV again. Yay! So without further ado, here’s some randomly assorted TV stuff I loved this year. First off: SO MANY INTROS! 2022 was the year of the amazing TV intro. Here’s a few: I […]

  • Better Call Saul – a eulogy

    Better Call Saul – a eulogy

    It’s an odd thing, finishing a TV show. As someone who’s been writing for the same series for about six years now – granted, we’re not high concept drama but a long-running medical – I can’t imagine how hard it must be to write something that not only pleases yourself, but all the people involved […]

  • Breaking Bad / Better Call Saul

    So I just finished the final episode of Better Call Saul. What an ending. I’m blown away – as I expected. The entire series may not have been quite as good as breaking bad, but it was the best thing I watched on television nonetheless. It’s weird that this show is over. I’ve spent 13 […]

  • Until Dawn

    Until Dawn

    Like any selfrespecting author, there are plenty of things I absolutely hate about myself. But nothing is more annoying than my inability to deal with the horror genre. Yes, I’m a scaredy-cat – and never has this been more annoying than during my time with the PS4 horror game “Until Dawn”. Because god damn, that […]

  • Homemade Arkham Utensil

    Homemade Arkham Utensil

    I have a confession to make: I’m one of those people who got *really* into board games during the pandemic. Like, spend way too much cash on games like Root and Scythe, supercomplicated games you ideally have to have four players to play, which is ironic, because there’s only two people who can read in […]