ISBN: 1841491896 When I first started this book I have to admit that I wasn’t that caught up in it, but I think that may have been whatever mood I was in at the time, because when I returned to it the next day I practically devoured it. The basic plot revolves around a journey (Read More)
This is an Irish film, with some of the same characters as the spoof documentary Paths to Freedom. I didn’t catch a lot of that series, but thought I’d pop along to the film; after all how could I avoid a film with the tagline “I’m still Rats from the flats. Used to have a (Read More)
I was pleasantly surprised with this film. I presume most people know the story of Hulk, guy gets radiated, then finds out that when he gets angry he turns green & monster-like (or grey in the early comics). Well I wasn’t expecting much from this film, I was never a huge Hulk fan, and the (Read More)
ISBN: 0743220153 I’ll start this review by stating that ever since I read I, Lucifer I have been a fan of Glen Duncan. And this book has not changed my opinion one bit. This is a book that deals with issues of good and evil, and of what it is to be evil. It is (Read More)
This a wonderfully easy film. Easy to watch, easy to enjoy but I also found it easy to forget :( I’d still recommend it, but it is not an outstanding classic. It is however a way to spend an enjoyable afternoon.