General Interests: Animals, Computers, Facebook, Internet,  Matt, Playstation and Writing.

What's On My MP3: Let It Go - Alex Boye / Ready Or Not - Bridget Mender / Heart Attack - Demi Lovato / Nara - ES Posthumus / Anywhere For You - John Martin / Goongala - Jonny October / Shell Shocked - Juicy J / 10,000 Miles - Mary Chapin Carpenter / This Woman's Work - Maxwell / Somewhere Only We Know - Lily Allen / Theme From Game of Thrones / Theme From Penny Dreadful / That Power - Will.i.am / Fireflies - Owl City.

I absolutely adore movies - and some of the more recent films I've seen include: 'Ninja Turtles 2014, 'The Imitation Game, San Andreas, Into The Storm, Jurassic World, Mad Max Fury Road, Antman, Terminator Genisys, Spectre, Mission Impossible Rogue Nation, Cinderella, Fifty Shades of Grey, Poltergeist, Maze Runner The Scorch Trials, Pixels, Guardians of the Galaxy, Intersteller, X-Men Days of Future Past, Gone Girl, Captain America The Winter Soldier, Godzilla, Transformers Age of Extinction, Edge of Tomorrow, Hobbit Battle of the Five Armies, Maleficent, Lucy.

Some of my favourite television shows include 24, A-Team, American Horror Story, Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Daredevil, Dexter, Doctor Who,  Firefly, Flash, Game of Thrones, Hannibal, House, House of Cards, Jericho, Jessica Jones, Nashville, Orange is the New Black, Penny Dreadful, Prison Break, Queer as Folk US & UK, Sherlock, Smallville, Suits, Supergirl, Supernatural, Torchwood, Tru Calling, Walking Dead and X-Files.

2015 was a good year for reading. I read some genres I would never normally touch and made a huge effort to read James Herbert's entire catalogue.  I finished off the Lord of the Rings Trilogy and started on the Simarillion. I have also read Anne Rice's Beauty series, and am currently on Beauty's Release.  The best of the books read this year include The Woman in Black by Susan Hill, The Dark Secrets of Jealousy by local author Angela Moore, a few ninja turtle volumes by IDW and the surprisingly good Fluke by James Herbert. I read two books in which he stepped outside his comfort zone of horror and branched into fantasy. One was fantastic and the other one, called Once, was average.