Monthly Archives: March 2018

That’s All for Now

I was going to post the usual Song for a Saturday and then follow up with this on Sunday, but as Sunday is not only Easter but April the 1st I decided to not take the risk. For a while … Continue reading

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2018 Graphic Miscellany #3

I read these books during Women in Horror month (February), so naturally I focused on graphic novels with female protagonists. Spider-Woman: Shifting Gears – Baby Talk Written by Dennis Hopeless, illustrated by Javier Rodriguez Back in the day, the character … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Death Wish & A Quiet Place

Two for the price of one this week. Eli Roth directs a ‘remake’ of a Michael Winner ‘classic’ with Bruce Willis in the Charles Bronson role. What could possibly go wrong? This looks more like it.

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Filler content eating crow

Now this is embarrassing. I found a handwritten copy of this review among my papers, but can’t find any record of where and when it appeared in print (the book is from 1997), and possibly it was never published. So, … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Countin’ on a Miracle

Aren’t we all?

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Filler content with grandchildren

A review that originally appeared in Dream #29:- CLIFFORD D. SIMAK – Our Children’s Children (Mandarin pb, 186pp, £3.99) With a unique blend of rustic simplicity, human warmth, and genuine compassion, Clifford D. Simak carved out his own special niche within science … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Ready Player One

Cinema celebrates the medium that will replace it, and so I suspect that there is an agenda and things will end badly.

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