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But, just in case you are still unsure, I’ll just say you’ve had two clues already. And, if you’re still hesitating, well, here’s your fourth clue: the actor has a film out this week, which he also directed. There’s no … Continue reading
Did you have nightmares trying to identify all the chilling movie characters from my Halloween-themed Name that Chest gallery last week? Well, now that you know who they are, you can have even better nightmares. It is Halloween after all. … Continue reading
In my diary entry yesterday charting the movie-enriched journey that myself and Sofa Spud took last week on our London staycation, I left you with a cliffhanger. I announced that we’d reached our morning’s destination in Dalston, but I didn’t … Continue reading
Well, it seems that my recent post about the benefits of a local cinema hit a nerve with many of you, judging by your many comments. Clearly, I’m not the only one longing for a picturehouse in close proximity to … Continue reading
On Sky Movies Modern Greats all day today, and for the remainder of the week I mentioned recently that musicals are the perfect escapism during times of worry and hardship, and Sky obviously feel that we need a massive dose … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Personally, I think this is Robin Williams’s best film. It’s certainly his most memorable role. To be an actor surely it’s essential to drag up at least once? … Continue reading