Hi all, After a year of setbacks and travails, the crowd-funded fan film Queen of Hearts, written and directed by Cameron Cloutier from the Obnoxious and Anonymous YouTube Channel is back on track. It’s set for a release date of Spring 2020. Lots of bad luck has hampered the progress of this project since vocal […]Read more "Queen of Hearts – new trailer and announcement"
So, the part of the traitorous Suk Doctor, Wellington Yueh, is the latest to be filled. 42 year old Taiwanese actor Chang Chen will be selling out Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson et al in Dewnis Villeneuve’s upcoming film. Regrettably, I’m not that familiar with his body of work with the exception of 2000’s Crouching Tiger, […]Read more "Casting Dune – Chang Chen initial reactions"
Things have changed a lot since my first visit to the old site of RAF Hendon about two and a half years ago. Just a five minute walk from Colindale tube station, the facilities have been upgraded and there is a lot more on site for families – computer simulations, indoor and outdoor play parks, […]Read more "A Trip to the RAF Museum, Hendon"
Miklos Rozsa was born in 1907 in what was then Austria-Hungary. He could play the violin at the age of 5, and was able to read music before he could read words. He lived what he referred to as a double life mixing pure concert music, which he loved but was unable to make a […]Read more "Monday Music 5 – 2019"
I was going to chase after the Archon, but I thought about it and then decided to finish off the exploration bit of the game before moving toward the grand finale. It’s only been 14 months since I started playing the game after all. I don’t want to rush anything. First place on the list […]Read more "The Andromeda Experience – 9"
Hi everyone, I did a guest article for 25YL.com about one of my favourite vampire shows, 1998’s Ultraviolet, which stars Jack Davenport, Idris Elba and Susannah Harker. You can find the article here. Ultraviolet – A Very British Vampire Series Thanks for reading, RichardRead more "Ultraviolet – A Very British Vampire Show"
Quick update. I almost wish I hadn’t checked as it’s past midnight and I really should be in bed. I did, though, and there’s been another announcement. The Baron’s twisted mentat, Piter De Vries, played so well by Brad Dourif in David Lynch’s 1984 version will be played by Kansas-born David Dastmalchian. If he’s not […]Read more "Casting Dune – David Dastmalchian initial reactions"