In a feature shamelessly “inspired” by The Times‘s Culture Vulture, British Expat brings you the above titled (subtitled “Things you should own, if they’re the sort of thing you might like…”). It’s not every day you get the chance to use the phrase “Californian Drug-Related Catharsis”. Unless you happen to be Jerry Springer (We love […]
In a feature shamelessly “inspired” by The Times‘s Culture Vulture, British Expat brings you the above titled (subtitled “Things you should own, if they’re the sort of thing you might like…”). I need a distraction, otherwise I’ll have to actually watch Wipeout, The Worst Show on Telly™. Makes me shudder just to think of it. […]
"Hitchcock's finest (and most misanthropic) film was made in 1954 and starring Grace Kelly and Raymond Burr (eventually to play a wheelchair-bound Perry Mason) alongside God (James Stewart to the rest of you). If you haven't seen it, go and never darken my website again, you are indeed not worthy." Atoz (aka David Stock) gives a Hitchcock film the nod over Raging Bull, Rat Pack Confidential and The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars.
"uiz Show, uadrophenia and uigley Down Under are all perfectly functional films. None of them particularly shines though, and I certainly wouldn't recommend spending much time or money seeking them out. This leaves me in a bit of a uandary, to be perfectly honest. This can only be avoided by consultation with the most intelligent man in the Universe." Listen carefully, as Atoz aka David Stock introduces us to "Q".