In today’s dispatch: Creepy neighbors, a hotel for the dead + true love that doesn’t give crap about time, and what it means to have a better headspace when it comes to writing.
“Strangers from Hell” : First episode impressions
Nothing like a typhoon at the beginning of the show to set a creepy and unsettling mood. And I loved every second of it. The main character, Jong-woo, is a writer who moves in to an old building in Seoul, Korea. He soon gets acquainted with the other tenants, who seem only odd at first. But as the show progresses, odd becomes sinister. And let’s not forget the fact that someone in that neighborhood has been killing cats.
March is coming to an end and it’s been a month of stories on highliers (plus points if you get the reference!) and Alzheimer’s. I wish I could say a lot of delicious naps but the weekends so far have been spent outside my batcave so there is that. I need about three months’s worth of weekends to recuperate from all those times I went out and about. Didn’t you know? 345 naps a day keeps the doctor away. But here, let me recap March (so far):