Monthly Archives: October 2014

Song for a Saturday – The Logical Song

Years since I gave Supertramp a second thought, so here’s a real trip down memory lane:- Advertisements

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Filler content with a nylon angel

This is one of those weeks when it’s going to be filler content or nothing at all (and probably more of the same next week), so here’s a little something that originally appeared in The Third Alternative #37:- NYLON ANGEL: … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Extraterrestrial

The aliens have (crash)landed, just in time for Halloween:-

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Filler content with white devils

A review that originally appeared in The Third Alternative #38:- WHITE DEVILS: PAUL McAULEY Simon & Schuster hb, 521pp, £12.99 Several decades of war and bio-terrorism have left the world in a bad way and Africa has suffered more than … Continue reading

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Filler content with a king

Two reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #34:- STEPHEN KING: IN TRIVIAL PURSUIT From Cemetery Dance we have two new books targeted at fans of the world’s most successful horror writer, but before I get into reviewing them let’s … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – But I Might Die Tonight

Once upon a time there was a man who wrote a song with the line ‘I don’t want no god on my lawn, just a flower I can help along’. I miss that guy.

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Here We go, Lucy Liu

So, recently I spent a weekend watching movies starring the woman whose name garners more search engine results for my blog than my own. Watching the Detectives (2007) Cillian Murphy plays film buff and video store owner Neil, who is … Continue reading

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