Hello, I'm an English female grown-up and an enthusiastic purveyor of various forms of internet whimsy. This is a place to show you stuff I've drawn or written or otherwise cobbled together, as well as stuff I simply like the look of. You can also find me on Livejournal and Twitter.
A pictorial tribute to one of my favourite movies, starring the wonderful Margaret Lockwood as a bored lady aristocrat who decides to dress up as a man and seek out the thrills of highway robbery. A rousing tale of crime, passion, BAMFery and more heaving bosoms than you could shake a stick at!
A little pictorial tribute to my favourite Christmassy film, The Bishop’s Wife (1947), which stars Cary Grant, David Niven and Loretta Young. It may not be as famous as other seasonally themed movies, but it’s just as delightful. If you’ve never heard of it before, here’s a review by me.
I took this screenshot from the trailer for Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (my review can be found here), and couldn’t help giggling at the signs above the door, which read “Beware of head entrapment” and “If you do not, others will not be able to call the lift.” So the worst thing about head entrapment is the fact that it inconveniences other people, is it? Or is it that it leads to bizarre Catch-22 situations in which your head is stuck so the lift won’t move, but other people can’t come to unstick your head, precisely because the lift won’t move? My head feels entrapped just thinking about it…