Monthly Archives: January 2016

Filler content with toxicology

A review of Sarah Langan’s second novel that originally appeared in Black Static #3:- OUTBREAK: A SARAH LANGAN FEATURETTE Sarah Langan’s 2006 debut novel The Keeper was nominated for a Stoker Award and had the likes of Peter Straub and … Continue reading

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Blogger Crashes

I was going to write about some more Julianne Moore films today, but that’s now got to be put on hold as I’ve just completed a five hour download and installation of Windows 10 and need to go lie down … Continue reading

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Starring Julianne Moore – Part 1

I seem to have watched a lot of films recently in which Julianne Moore stars, if we take “recently” to mean within the last six months. Next (2007) JM plays Callie Ferris, the leader of an FBI task force charged … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – The Boy

Dolls are almost as creepy as teddy bears.

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Filler content with graphic novels

Four reviews of graphic novels that originally appeared in Black Static #45 SHORT, SCARY TALES PUBLICATIONS Over the last year or so, Birmingham based SST have been making their mark with the release of high quality art books (I reviewed … Continue reading

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Books Read in 1996

This post follows on from Books Read in 1995, which I posted in November of last year. And for the third year in a row the total of books read has increased, this time rising to 120 titles. Nobody I’d … Continue reading

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Songs for a Saturday – David Bowie R. I. P.

On the evening of the day I heard that David Bowie had left us I played a DVD of the Reality Tour concert. Thirty songs and 140 minutes of pure musical magic from one of the industry’s greatest innovators and … Continue reading

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