Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Horror, The Horror: Part 2

Let’s get straight into it. The Woman in Black (2012) I haven’t read Susan Hill’s book on which the film is based, but I have seen the stage play a couple of times, and this may be one of those … Continue reading

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Song for a Sunday – If I Could Turn Back Time

It’s been a difficult week, with no time for blogging. Cher has the right sentiment.

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Filler content with ghostly goings on

Here’s a couple of reviews that appeared in Black Static #35:- GHOSTS: THE NOVELS Every so often one of the great and the good decides to take a sip from the poison chalice of genre fiction and risk the derision … Continue reading

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The Horror, The Horror: Part 1

I’ve been watching a fair few horror movies recently. The Conjuring (2013) Directed by James Wan of Saw fame, this did rather well at the box office last year. Allegedly based on a true story, it tells of a family … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – The Double

Oh look, a film based on a book by Dostoevsky, and starring him out of Zombieland. You don’t get many of those to the pound.

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Books Read in 1983

Following on from last month’s Books Read in 1982. And the grand total for the year is 104, a respectable 2 a week, after the dismal showing in 1982 (only 48). For some reason I didn’t read any books at … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Go Your Own Way

Here’s Fleetwood Mac:-

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