Augg! Hat not going to be completed tonight after all. Somehow, somewhere, my yarn got weirded out. I ended up with brown knits where blue knits should be and vice versa. I have no idea what I did and whereas this pattern is forgiving when you skip a stitch or two, there is no way that this can be skipped over. That means I get the fun of ripping out a couple of rows and picking it up.
On the tube, perhaps one of the reasons why the stitches got messed up, was the film "The Horde". I didn't realize at the time of choosing it that this was filmed in French with English subtitles. That made knitting go a lot slower.
Not a horrible flick, kept me a little on edge. I jumped mainly when someone walked in the room and even when the dog walked by. This is a zombie movie with a tiny twist. The zombies move fast as all get out. I'm not use to fast zombies.
I thought the casting was well done. Interesting characters. It had two huge flaws. One was the instant population of thousands of zombies. How did that happen? One moment everything is ok, the next moment the city is burning and what was with the explosions? The other flaw is the building's attraction to the zombies. The building is a multiple story condemned apartment complex. No one should live there but there are a few occupants. So in a large populated city, albeit a burning city, why would thousands of zombies be attracted to this one building?
Another flaw I see in modern zombie movies is when the characters shoot twenty times into the body torso. Who on Earth doesn't know you take out the head? Even after they kill, the first couple ones, they still shoot at the body and they don't leave a final bullet for their self when they are being bombarded by the zombies. It just doesn't make sense.