Monthly Archives: January 2013

Mama

New horror film. Guillermo del Toro is the executive producer, whatever that means.

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Digging Julie Delpy

Yes, for my Sunday evening viewing, I caught a couple of DVDs featuring the delightful Ms D. The Legend of Lucy Keyes (2006) This is pretty much your bog standard small town horror story, allegedly based on a true story, … Continue reading

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Song for a Sunday – Only Solitaire

A song from the Tull, and I can’t seem to find a live version of this online, so you are condemned to stare at an album cover, albeit a rather fine album cover. I too am a war child, and … Continue reading

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Thoughts for a Thursday Evening #7

ITEM: Today’s spam comes from the rather alarmingly named ‘Penis Growth Sample’, which is bad enough, but they then give their email the Subject line ‘Scare people with your tool today’. I have a sneaking suspicion the guys who send … Continue reading

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V/H/S

This looks interesting:-   And yet, at the same time, I’m wary of films that use hype like ‘so terrifying it made audiences sick’. It’s almost like they’re challenging us to watch, to show that we’re tough enough to take … Continue reading

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Filler content with tyranny

No, not another post berating the ConDems, much as they deserve it. Something completely different. This morning I opened my Inbox to discover the latest newsletter from Gray Friar Press, in which they announced that they’d be giving away a … Continue reading

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Cold Blooded

I got these two DVDs as a box set just before Christmas, and gave them to myself as a present. I like giving myself stuff. In Cold Blood (1967) A film based on Truman Capote’s novel about the killing of … Continue reading

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