Monthly Archives: June 2015

40 Days and 40 Nights

This is my 40th consecutive blog post. That’s a lot (for me). But now time for a hiatus, as other things need to get done. So for the next ten days or so, let’s pretend I’ve… Advertisements

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Filler content with anthologies – Part 2

Following on from yesterday’s blog entry, here are a further three reviews from the feature on anthologies that originally appeared in Black Static #19:- AND THEN WHAT HAPPENED? (continued) THE SIXTH BLACK BOOK OF HORROR (Mortbury Press paperback, 198pp, £7) edited by … Continue reading

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Filler content with anthologies – Part 1

Four reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #19 as part of a feature on anthologies:- AND THEN WHAT HAPPENED? The title comes from the introduction to STORIES (Headline hardback, 432pp, £18.99), edited by Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio, and … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – We Don’t Need Another Hero

If all goes to plan, I should have caught the latest Mad Max film by now, so this seems appropriate:-

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Down the Years with Russell Crowe

After watching Russell Crowe in Noah a while back it occurred to me that he has played quite a few ‘historical’ roles over the course of his career, so here is a selection of Crowe films that I’ve watched recently … Continue reading

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Filler content with shadows and shifters

Two reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #36:- MISCELLANEOUS SHADOWS (Quercus pb, 520pp, £6.99) by Ilsa J. Bick is the second volume in a trilogy and comes with a cover sticker that reads ‘As good as The Hunger Games … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Insidious 3

Looks promising.

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