Flashback Friday – Review: Mrs Henderson Presents (2005)
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Flashback Friday – Review: Mrs Henderson Presents (2005)

Originally posted on CoochieCrunch as Tiger Tiger Mrs Henderson Presents Directed by Stephen Frears Produced by Norma Heyman and Bob Hoskins Screenplay by Martin Sherman Starring Judi Dench, Bob Hoskins, Kelly Reilly, Will Young, Christopher Guest Release date:  November 25th 2005 Let’s first start with the real story… Mrs Henderson and The Windmill Theatre Laura … Continue reading

Flashback Friday – Review: The Night They Raided Minsky’s (1968)
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Flashback Friday – Review: The Night They Raided Minsky’s (1968)

Originally posted on CoochieCrunch as Tiger Tiger  The Night They Raided Minsky’s (1968) Directed by William Friedkin Produced by Norman Lear Screenplay by Norman Lear, Sidney Michaels and Arnold Schulman Based on the novel by Rowland Barber Starring Jason Robards, Brittt Ekland, Norman Wisdom, and Bert Lahr Release date:  December 22, 1968  I will start … Continue reading

Flashback Friday: Top Five Favourites – Jurassic Park (Movie)
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Flashback Friday: Top Five Favourites – Jurassic Park (Movie)

I’ve been playing a lot of Zoo Tycoon lately and am about to start on the Dinosaur Dig extension pack for the first time ever – all because, for some reason, Jurassic Park has been looming large in my mind of late. I watched the trailer for the upcoming Jurassic World and was intrigued enough to … Continue reading

Flashback Friday – Review: The Killing Joke
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Flashback Friday – Review: The Killing Joke

The Killing Joke – One Shot, March 1988 DC Comics Author: Alan Moore Illustrator: Brian Bolland Even before the DC/Marvel divide occurred in our house (FYI there is no longer a divide, we are both entirely Marvel converts now), there was another divide. I grew up with Superman, from the comics to the Christopher Reeve movies and … Continue reading

Flashback Friday: Star Trek’s Vic Fontaine
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Flashback Friday: Star Trek’s Vic Fontaine

Another in my ongoing thoughts on Star Trek…. This time about everyone’s favourite Hologram (or at least mine!) – Vic Fontaine Holo-technology has been an important fixture in Star Trek since we first saw the holodeck come to life on our screens in The Next Generation. It’s existence allowed for the creation of Deep Space Nine’s … Continue reading

Flashback Friday: Poem – Different ways of looking at Tybalt Eskabar Jones III
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Flashback Friday: Poem – Different ways of looking at Tybalt Eskabar Jones III

As mentioned in my recent poetry post, I’ve never especially been into poetry, but had to do some for a Creative Writing class in 2003/2004. I recently came across some of the poems I wrote as part of the class and though I’d share them here with you. So here’s one about my parent’s cat … Continue reading