Monthly Archives: March 2013

Song for a Sunday – Wonderwall

I don’t have much time for the brothers Gallagher and all the attendant drama, but they are damned good musicians and this is simply brilliant:-   Happy Easter! Advertisements

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Filler content with containers for organic pumps

Oh bollocks! I’ve run out of road again. Never mind. Here’s a little something for the weekend from Black Static #6:- HEART-SHAPED BOX by JOE HILL Gollancz paperback, 406pp, £6.99 Fifty something former rock star Judas Coyne is a self-obsessed … Continue reading

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Filler content with Scandinvian Undead

This review originally appeared in Black Static #15:- HANDLING THE UNDEAD by John Ajvide Lindqvist Quercus paperback, 364pp, £7.99 Stockholm is suffering an unseasonable heat wave, electrical appliances cannot be switched off and everyone has a blinding headache. Then to … Continue reading

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Star Trek Into Darkness

So many trailers on YouTube, but something just drew me to this one:-   I can’t think what.

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Thoughts for a Tuesday #5

ITEM: While perambulating round the internet the other week I stumbled across a job advertisement for a ‘Senior Bat Ecologist’ in Devon, the opening line of which was ‘This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Bat Ecologist who holds … Continue reading

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Filler content with Californian deities

This review appeared back in Black Static #18:- GODS OF LA Tim Lees (Legend Press paperback, 319pp, £6.99) Tim Lees’ first novel is set in the 60s and is the story of Nicky Cavell, an unofficial PI to the counter-culture … Continue reading

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Song for a Sunday – Time

It’s the 40th anniversary of Dark Side of the Moon, and that means it’s…  

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