* Watched the recent M Night Shyamalan written and directed movie Split. Like nearly every review said, James McAvoy is very good in his multiple personality role, and the movie is pretty pleasingly directed for the first 2/3 at least. Not much of it feels very real, though. (The psychiatrist/psychologist acts well, but the way her character behaves seemed sort of naive for a smart woman.)
But the main conceit of the film that comes to the fore in the last third is pretty silly and vaguely explained - probably because it is impossible to make it highly plausible. (It seems a bit X Men, a bit Altered States.) I'm not convinced it's really a return to form for this much criticised director - perhaps because I wasn't actually that impressed with his first couple of hits anyway.
For a more terrifying experience of claustrophobia and characters going mad, I would recommend 10 Cloverfield Lane over this.
* Cooked a recipe for Indian Butter Prawns that I found on the net. It involves a lot of butter and cream, and has probably taken 6 months off my life, but it was pretty tasty and basically quick (once you finish de-heading and de-veining 800 g of prawns, anyway.)
* Had a family issue to deal with - may make posting slow for a day...