Jamie Walsh

Jamie Walsh

Creative Writing graduate in the UK with a keen eye and ear for TV, music and video games.

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Jamie Walsh

I’ve found everything about the presentation of the show fits together really well. The setting, the soundtrack, the portrayal of characters. It’s truly superb!

What Does 'The Returned' Offer to the Zombie Genre?
Jamie Walsh

Oops! I really shouldn’t have read this, I’m not quite caught up with the whole season yet. I’m definitely finding it enjoyable that each episode just brings on new questions about what is happening. Can’t wait to see it all come together.

What Does 'The Returned' Offer to the Zombie Genre?
Jamie Walsh

I agree, Sean. After the first episode aired I went on a total web search to find out everything about the series and creator… all while trying not to spoil the rest of the episodes this season! It was tricky, I may have glimpsed one or two future plot points I wish I hadn’t, but I’ll still watch all the same. It’s gripping telly!

What Does 'The Returned' Offer to the Zombie Genre?
Jamie Walsh

Suddenly getting the urge to go to my friends and shout “We should buy a bar! We should totally buy a bar!” Love this list, it’s just a shame the practicality of actually doing these things is slim. For one thing, my roof is slanted and difficult to get to!

The 5 Things You Need to Improve Your Life (As Seen in Sitcoms)
Jamie Walsh

I adored The Fault In Our Stars and can’t wait to get my hands on Looking For Alaska. Quite frankly, I’m ready for the rest of John Green’s work too! If TFIOS is a reflection of his other works, they ought to be truly remarkable.

8 Essential Reads for the Young Adult
Jamie Walsh

Microsoft have totally lost the plot in terms of consumer satisfaction here. Rather than developing an entertainment unit for all users to enjoy, they’ve created something that excludes a lot of potential buyers. The Xbox One really only appeals to the hardest of hardcore gamers, whilst more casual players and those who maybe don’t have as much money to keep fuelling their hobby won’t really be able to buy into it. People who only really see video games as a hobby and a lot of unfortunate parents are going to end up forking out for, what you say is, essentially an expensive rectangle.

The 3 Biggest Issues With the Xbox One