Whether you celebrate Christmas or any another religious feast, or simply celebrate none, here’s my best wishes to you all!
Spread the love and share this moment with family and friends, over a hot cup of tea and a copy of The Hobbit in your hands, whilst marathon-watching The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Thank you for all your constant support and here’s to a fantastic day! 😀
25 December: the Company leaves Rivendell … tough luck!
It’s that time of year again where even we, the most ardent of Middle-earth fans, need to put down our books and DVDs and join friends and family in this yearly celebration. Continue reading “Raising a glass this Christmas …”
Is it normal I’m more excited about the Sherlock Special than the BoTFA Extended cut?
It’s no secret that I’ve been fascinated by Sherlock Holmes (who isn’t?) for many years: both as a literary character and the various film and TV adaptations.
I am also a massive fan of the British TV series Sherlock, and – if you’re like me – you possibly cannot have failed to read about the upcoming Christmas Special in December.
Well, with yesterday’s newly released trailer, that excitement couldn’t be more evident. That mixture of nostalgia and child-like anticipation, that has been so synonymous with the Festive period whenever a new Middle-earth film was released, is being felt again. Continue reading “Holmes over Baggins: Why?”
Announcing the long-awaited Extended Edition
It’s been known for a while now, but we can finally confirm that the extended edition of The Battle of the Five Armies will be released on November 17.
The gates of these long-kept details have been burst open and have confirmed some information on what we can except with this final release from The Hobbit trilogy. Continue reading “The Battle of the Five Armies Extended Edition Details!”
It’s Christmas Eve and here at A Tolkienist’s Perspective, we would like to extended our best wishes!
A heartfelt thanks for your continuous support.
My deepest gratitude for taking the time to follow, like and comment on these crazy posts.
Continue reading “Alassëa Hristomerendë! Merry Christmas!”