As regular readers will know I live in a small town that's so far in the back of beyond that we make the boondocks look like a bustling metropolis.
This presents something of a problem for me when it comes to getting my regular pony fix, and has largely left me dependent on stores with online ordering and affordable Fedex rates.
Presuming that local rednecks don't burn the courier at the stake for being a witch (Look Ma, he ain't got no horses on his cart), or kidnap them for the underground marriage trade (it's where you go when you run out of cousins), this usually allows me to get my hands on an acceptable amount of loot.
However, there are some things that really should to be experienced, rather than ordered in an unassuming cardboard box, and one of these is the theatrical release of My Little Pony: The Movie (2017).
Having had to wait for the DVD to get my hands on Equestria Girls movies, I decided that it was about time that I actually saw an MLP movie the way that it was meant