Pareidolia: a psychological perception of seeing or hearing images and sounds that are non-existent.
Think of photographs of the man in the moon or the face on Mars. Shadows and light can play interesting tricks on the mind and create something that is not actually there. Our brains are hardwired to look for patterns and make out things which we cannot fully explain.
In a weirder post than usual, can we associate the concept of Pareidolia in scenes from The Hobbit trilogy? Continue reading “Pareidolia in The Hobbit”
It seems Kili is determined to take over …
Not only did we get two Hobbit films concentrating on just one brother’s character – leaving poor Fili mostly out of the story – but he’s also been given his sibling’s own place at a certain moment in An Unexpected Journey.
Let me explain …
Continue reading “When Fili became Kili … The Heirs of Durin Riddle”
– Gloin: Gimli’s father …
There wasn’t much room to go wrong here. Gimli has long since passed into the mind-frame of pretty much anyone who’s into fantasy as THE typical cinematic/literary dwarf.
Continue reading “Character Profiles: Oin and Gloin”
Upon the good suggestion of commenter Ella, in the coming days, I shall be giving a very quick overview of each of the dwarves in ‘The Hobbit’ – briefly describing their characteristics as found in both the novel and the new film adaptation; drawing out a few parallels and touching upon certain issues that emerge from either of the two mediums.
I’ll be as spoiler-free as possible, don’t worry.
Continue reading “‘The Hobbit’ – Character Profiles”
– My very long review … (no really, very long)
Perhaps a little late to post this now, but better than never I guess! So here’s my review on the first installment of ‘The Hobbit’ Trilogy, written after copious amounts of repeat viewings and the span of a few months.
Continue reading “‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’: A review”