I'll admit it. I've been watching cartoons.
I'm in my (ahem) mid 30s. Should I be doing this?
Well, I suppose I could get caught doing much worse. But what lies at the heart of this is my love of Tron.
I remember being taken to see the first Tron movie way back in the early 80s, and being won over with its 'futuristic' style and state-of-the-art computer graphics.
Fast forward 17 years and the first promo for Tron Legacy had my heart racing.
The actual film was, to be honest, devoid of charm and a decent script - even the CGI of Jeff Bridge's face was shonky.
But I loved the design, the updated 'futuristic' vision, and - oh - the light cycle sequence. The soundtrack courtesy of Daft Punk was also a winner.
And now comes Tron: Uprising, a new cartoon from Disney XD and I'm hooked.
It's set between the two Tron films and tells the story of Beck, a young freedom fighter taking on the oppressive regime of... er, computery evil shits.
Without wanting to sound like a purist wanker, the slick design elements and the funky uber-cyber soundtrack of Tron Legacy have been successfully carried over into the cartoon.
But more importantly, it's a weekly dose of Tron.