I have been so busy lately (or to be exact, I need better time management skills) that I forgot this blog.
But now, my time is wasted waiting for my students to arrive for what was supposed to be a 1pm evaluation. It’s already 1:45pm in this computer, few more minutes and I would go home, continue washing my clothes, checking exams and would never shell out my time for these kids for the same reason.
Anyway, as I was browsing my files to kill time, I had opened a note I’ve written Saturday, November 26, 2011 (8:51am) about a movie entitled “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.”
Here it is:
This is not your typical tooth fairy movie. In fact, there is no fairy at all, only menacing, toothy and gnome-like creatures which breed in the dark recesses of an old mansion in Rhode Island, US.
Tucked away after the death of its owner Emerson Blackwell in the 19th century, the mansion’s secret has been uncovered after a house developer/ architect and his interior-designer girlfriend welcomed his daughter in it for a “vacation.”
The daughter, named Sally, is depressed not only with her parents separation and her present exile but with her visions and hearings of small creatures who at first asked friendship but had later asked for more than she could offer.
This movie could make you clean the house and keep the lights burning at night. 🙂