Genre Archive : thriller
(Genres are usual for categorising stuff but apart from that they mean very little to me, so you might not agree with what I have listed where)
Adam Lang, ex-Prime Minister, is writing his memoirs. Or to be more honest, he needs a ghostwriter. Someone to do […]
Posted on 14 July 2014 | By Fence | 2 responses
Group read with the Metafilter Book Club Magnus Pym is a British spy. But after the death of his family […]
Posted on 9 May 2012 | By Fence | 1 response
Joe Spork is mild mannered clockmaker. He wns and runs a shop fixing clockwork devices, from clocks to Victorian dirty […]
Posted on 5 March 2012 | By Fence | 2 responses
Hmmm, how to review a film where you really don’t want to talk about the plot because you might give […]
Posted on 21 July 2010 | By Fence | 8 responses
I knew going to see this film that I’d be disappointed. Was a big fan of the game but I’d […]
Posted on 19 November 2008 | By Fence | 3 responses
Ray and Ken are two Irish hit-men hiding out after a job. Hiding out in Bruges on orders from their boss, Harry. Ken is all set to relax and enjoy the medieval scenery and architecture. Visit the castles and churches. Harry says it is like fairy tale, coming in on the canal. Ray isn’t so sure of that, but when he comes upon a film shot he is much more interested.
Posted on 18 March 2008 | By Fence
Bobby is a night club manager. It is the 1980′s, New York. Life is good. Until the day his brother […]
Posted on 18 December 2007 | By Fence | 7 responses
This film I really, really enjoyed, but the problem is that if I say too much about it I might ruin it for you. So, in brief, Costner plays earl Brooks, a ceramic maker. A big name in the business community. But Mr. Brooks has another side to him; he likes to kill. He believes himself addicted to murder, and every now and then he falls off the wagon and his alter-ego, Marshall, gets what he wants, a murder. But on his most recent outing he makes a bad mistake and gets photographed at the scene. He know has to deal with the photographer as well as his own family issues.
Posted on 14 October 2007 | By Fence | 1 response
This is based on the true story of a serial killer in the 1970′s in California who highlighted his murders with cryptic letters to newspapers. He killed at random, and called himself The Zodiac, and wrote his letters in a code. He also often sent bloodstained items of clothes along with these letters as a sort of proof. He was never caught. Robert Graysmith was working as a cartoonist at one of the newspapers where the letters arrived, and became caught up in the case. The film is based on his book of the events of the time.
Posted on 17 June 2007 | By Fence
It took me a while, but I finally managed to go see this film last night, and now I want […]
Posted on 1 December 2006 | By Fence | 6 responses
based on the novel by Ian Fleming Before I saw this film I said that I would enjoy it, I […]