Don’t Breathe: Film Review

I watched Don’t Breathe, as a break from course-work. It also served as date night for my boyfriend and I. Being a fan of the Evil Dead franchise, and wanting to watch this ever since I saw the cardboard standee at work. I got my usual ice blast combo. No spoilers here!

The film was great. It was an interesting take on modern horror. Though personally I wouldn’t class Don’t Breathe, as a horror film, more like a thriller. Jane Levy does a great job as the leading female role. Stephen Lang’s portrayal of the blind veteran, was the best acting I’ve seen in months.

This is an incredibly short film review, but I really do urge you to go see it, if it’s your type of film! I really do recommend it! I don’t see the point in writing a huge ass post, just to get the point that the film is really good. But here’s a link to the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76yBTNDB6vU

Tweet me with your thoughts, if you see the film! @RebeccaKLxo

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Best Night Ever!*

*basically every time we’ve gone out to rock out to Rock It Bristol!

I’m mainly writing this as a personal account. So I have an online copy of my life, to look back on, in the future.

As I write this I am currently still aching, from literally having such an epic night out. I don’t usually go out, into the centre of Bristol, without a reason or purpose, like birthdays, etc… But last night’s reason was to show my sister, who my friend and I think are the best alternative DJs’ in Bristol. Though we only ever get a chance to go see them on Fridays while at Ramshackle.

At the end of the night, was quite a blur. I was well and truly drunk. Even though I was dreading checking my bank account in the morning, it wasn’t that bad. I only spent like £20. Also got selfies with the Djs, which I was kind of fangirling over, because I only put together like 2 weeks ago, that they’re in a band I love, Syren City.

If you ever get the chance to spend a night in Bristol, while they’re djing, then go rock out with them! I can’t wait for saturday’s epic night out!

@RebeccaKLxo

 

My Current Favourite Songs.

Lately as I prepare for starting college, I’ve been starting to listen to a lot more music. Especially as I prepare for the hour long journey to college, three mornings a week. I was going to make this post one of those, top 5 kind of deals but I can’t. I can’t because I don’t have a favourite song. I just love listening to music! My choice in genre of music, stays pretty broad, from alternative, rock, to metal and indie.

Love and War – MetroStation, Heathens – Twenty One Pilots, Show Your Scars – Syren City, The Confidence – The Filthy Youth,  Centuries – Fall Out Boy, Been Caught Stealing – Jane’s Addiction, Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix, The Dressing Room – Breathe Carolina.

What is your current .or all time favourite song?

@RebeccaKLxo

 

To The Moon ~ Shop Launch

Last night, I attended the store launch party for To The Moon in Bristol, with a fellow blogger friend. The store is located just of Old Market, on Midland Road.

I’m going to start with what I wore, to such an event. I decided to keep it simple with monochrome, good old faithful black and white. I paired a three quarter sleeve length, striped, collared top, with my abstract patterned skater skirt, with an elasticated black belt, to give me some waist. We got to the store early, so we sat in their bar, and had a drink. It was a cute bar, I’d go back again. It had a pretty alternative vibe going on, which they decorated with black and white balloons (one of which I had to bring home with me!) So I felt pretty colour matched.

Upon arrival, there was cute cupcakes which I managed to take a picture of, as well as some simple goodie bags brandishing their store logo. The goodie bag consisted of, a pen, a small, compact like mirror, a small bag of sweets (mine was shrimp and bananas) and a cute handwritten, thank you for coming note from the store owner. I was unable to try the cupcakes, as I’m not a fan of cheesecake, or blueberries. Though my friend tried it, and it was nice! To my understanding it’s a vanilla sponge, with cheesecake icing, garnished by a fresh raspberry and three blueberries, topped with a cute logo flag!

Then we got a look at the store and stock. All the stock is made by local designers, and all using sustainable materials, which I find fascinating. I do love how it’s a cute boutique, full of one of a kind clothing made my local designers. The jewellery was super cute, some of them even being made from bicycle inner tubing and reclaimed wood. All shoes and purses and clothing are hand made.

I also got two extra pictures, of my two favourite dresses they had on show. A black and white, patterned top, skater dress. As well as a detailed top, red skater dress.

Bottom line is I will be going back after payday, to treat myself!

You can see their social media accounts: Twitter: @tothemoonbris Instagram: tothemoonbristol and Facebook: tothemoonbristol

Thanks for reading, if you do go check this store out, tweet me, letting me know what you think! @RebeccaKLxo