Mythology and Reality collide! So the blurb on the back of this book tell me. The mythical winged stallion Pegasus crash lands on a rooftop in modern day New York, fleeing a battle which has destroyed much of Olympus. Emily, a teenager living on the top floor of that building hide him, bringing him food (Read More)
Directed by Ridley Scott ; Screenplay by Brian Helgeland
You all know the legend of Robin Hood, he stole from the rich and gave to the poor, living in Sherwood Forest with his band of merry men, his main nemesis being the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. And there have been many version of Robin over the years. My personal favourite still remains the tv show from the 80s Robin of Sherwood. It managed to get the balance between myth and reality just about right, in my opinion, of course. But even Kevin Costner’s version was damn fine fun. This is not.
Well now, those last three posts haven’t really been posts at all now have they? So be prepared for a huge long lengthy rant/moan about something or other. All ready? Good, let’s begin… Hmm, seems I don’t really have anything to rave about. The troubles of a contented life neh? Well I was at the (Read More)
There was was quite a bit of showjumping on the telly over the weekend. The BBC had some, and so did CNBC. But yer man who does the commentary on CNBC really bugs me, I think he used to do it for Eurosport, or possibly CNBC just use Eurosports’ coverage, I don’t know, but he (Read More)
I’ve wanted to buy this film on dvd for a long time now, but kept putting it off because it is a pretty vanilla dvd release. Menus are not a special feature. Still better late than never I suppose. For those that don’t know, Ladyhawke opens with Broderick escaping a prison. In fact he is (Read More)