Who Is The Craggus?

On a website in a corner of the internet there blogs The Craggus. Not a nasty, dirty, website, filled with pay-to-view titillation, nor yet a dry, dusty, boring site with only data and nothing to read and enjoy: it was a movie blog, and that means movie reviews and pop-culture nonsense.

Who or what is The Craggus? I suppose The Craggus needs some description nowadays, since they have fallen to posting rarely and become wary of social media. There is little or no magic about them, except the ordinary everyday sort which helps them to string words together with pictures to share with you what they thought about the movies and TV shows they’ve been watching. They are inclined to be overly fond of Star Trek, Doctor Who and a handful of other blockbuster franchises but are omnivorous in their entertainment. They are frequently to be found in their local cinemas, which they would visit two to three times a day if time permitted, although they are just as likely to watch things on the big TV, small TV, tablet or even, when needs must, a phone. Fond of clever wordplay and sub-editor humour they are prone to the sharing and occasional creation of memes and dress in whatever colours of clothing best reflect their focus of the moment. Now you know enough to go on with but should you want to find out more, you can visit thecraggus.com and subscribe to get updates directly to your inbox.

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