Film Reviews, podcast

Podcast: Guest Starring on Talking Stars It and Stephen King Episode.

Thank you to the lovely guys at Talking Stars Podcast for having me as a guest star for their It Preview and Stephen King show. As always, loads of fun. Want to listen? Please CLICK HERE. If you haven't seen It yet, don't worry, it's spoiler free. We talk about Stephen King movies, and how… Continue reading Podcast: Guest Starring on Talking Stars It and Stephen King Episode.

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Persons Of Interest, The Reading List

Book Review: Al Pacino- The Movies Behind The Man by Mark Searby

The resident film critic on Anglian Radio Station, and an experienced writer for various outlets, Mark Searby is a man who loves cinema. This is his first book, and he asked me to read this work and share an honest review of it with you. Al Pacino is a man whose filmography takes in various… Continue reading Book Review: Al Pacino- The Movies Behind The Man by Mark Searby

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Biography Of The Month: Alfred Hitchcock

The name and face of Hitchcock in some ways have taken over the man, a deliberate choice on his part, it would seem. Director of famous thriller and crime films like The Birds, North By Northwest, Rear Window, and of course, Psycho, he's a man that in many ways needs no introduction, but who, because… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Alfred Hitchcock

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Biography Of The Month: Anita Loos

Anita Loos was a well known name in film and literary circles in the Golden Age of Hollywood, but most people know her best as the author of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, a comedic novel published to huge acclaim in 1925, about a sparkling blonde gold digger in the 1920's, a type that Loos knew well.… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Anita Loos

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Biography Of The Month: Elizabeth Taylor

This year I set myself a goal of reading one biography a month about a movie star or director, or other Hollywood type, who I've always wanted to know more about. At the top of the list fell Elizabeth Taylor. Why Elizabeth Taylor? I love old school Hollywood and vintage glamour, and Elizabeth Taylor is… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Elizabeth Taylor

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Quote Of The Day

"The writing life requires courage, patience, persistence, empathy, openness, and the ability to deal with rejection. It requires the willingness to be alone with oneself. To be gentle with oneself. To look at the world without blinders on. To observe and withstand what one sees. To be disciplined, and at the same time, take risks.… Continue reading Quote Of The Day

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Review Of Books: December

The last month of the year... Some of you might know that one of my New Years resolutions this year was to keep track of all the books I read, which I decided to do here, since it might be of use or interest to some of you out there. Turns out I read rather… Continue reading Review Of Books: December

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Review of Books: October

I'm starting to realise how much of my choice of my reading matter is related to films lately. It might be time to mix it up a little again! That said, I've been lucky to have some really good books to read this month.  Marvel Zombies by Robert Kirkman and Sean Phillips (artist) Genre: Graphic… Continue reading Review of Books: October

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July’s Review of Books.

I actually got through a load of books this month, so read on if you're looking for something to read, or what to avoid reading perhaps... (Thought I'd add some pictures this time) Why review books on a blog about films? Because the best directors, writers and film makers read widely, always on the look… Continue reading July’s Review of Books.

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What I read in June…

As a screenwriter and film maker, I read constantly. I know a lot of directors do. It's partly because story and inspiration are everywhere, and the more you are exposed to it, the more you might be exposed to your next big idea... But also, it's partly because that's who I am, and I have… Continue reading What I read in June…