Well, here we are. Earlier today I put up the long list of movies I’ve watched and liked this year. Now, the three that made the biggest impact, in one case literally. Click through for discussion, trailers and pivotal music from each movie.
2013 saw me read a lot more books than recent years, and a frankly slightly intimidating amount of graphic novels. The overall standard of the stuff I’ve read has been really high but three books absolutely knocked it out of the park. Like the man says, click for the link through.
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Earlier this year, Matt Wallace, in amongst the couple of dozen other things he does, began making lists. Specifically, he began making his Definitive Top Ten All-Time Desert Island Works of Speculative Fiction. His reasoning was as follows: “I don’t think so. You’re not a casual or even ardent viewer/reader. You are a writer. By
That, right there, is Lionel Tribbey. Lionel’s getting ready to go on holiday. He’s enthusiastic about it, you can probably tell. I’ll be joining him. Not actually joining him of course, that would be a little too Take On Me just with, I’d guess, extra cricket. I am joining him on holiday though. From December
New content?! Twice in 24 hours?! Gordon’s alive?! Yes, things are getting back on an even keel as Christmas approaches. I’ve got a couple of Open Mike Mondays in the bag that will run shortly as well as the return of Al Dente! but first a response to an idea my friend Jen Williams. Jen
No one ever thinks about the ghouls. The henchmen of the pulseless, ghouls do all the work but get none of the good press that vampires enjoy. Even zombies have better PR than they do, and all they do is eat, groan, stumble and decay. In this new found age of acceptance for horror, the