Directed by – Christopher Nolan Starring – John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh This was my first trip to the cinema since they re-opened and I picked a great film. It has massive holes in it but if you put those aside and just enjoy the ride, it’s really a wonderful experience. […]Read more "Tonight’s Viewing – Tenet (2020) – spoiler free"
Directed by – Sidney Lumet Starring – Sean Connery, Trevor Howard, Vivien Merchant, Ian Bannen, Peter Bowles Story by – John Hopkins Happy 90th birthday to Sir Sean Connery. I had no idea about that until my brother told me a few hours ago. It’s strange that I suddenly had the urge to watch three […]Read more "Tonight’s Viewing – The Offence (1973)"
I thought I’d repost this as my tribute to Sir Sean, as this was my favourite performance of his. Rest in Peace. The Hill (1965) Directed by – Sidney Lumet Starring – Sean Connery, Harry Andrews, Ian Bannen, Ian Hendry, Roy Kinnear, Sir Michael Redgrave, Alfred Lynch, Ossie Davis, Jack Watson Director of Photography – […]Read more "Tonight’s Viewing – The Hill (1965)"
So, I thought I would stick this on as I’ve been rereading the book over the past few weeks (I listen to it while going to sleep so I have to start over and over again with the last part I can remember each time). I remember much preferring this three part mini-series put together […]Read more "Tonight’s Viewing – Children of Dune (2003)"
…or is it the trailer? Is it a trailer for a trailer? Previews within previews within previews. So, I’m glad that I’ve finally managed to find this as everyone else in the world seems to have seen it before me. I saw it in a very low quality, shaky format someone shared on Twitter complete […]Read more "Casting Dune – Trailer Reaction"
Maja Ljunggren’s Twin peaks Fan Art Hey, two poems in two days! I’m back!! So, following on from my last poem, I happened to see this picture. Of all the wonderful pieces of artwork done the exceptionally talented Maja Ljunggren, this has to be my favourite. She’s really captured the horror of Audrey Horne’s situation, […]Read more "Audrey’s Dance – a poem"
Hi everyone, Well, I was finally inspired to write something new and I’m pleased to present it here. This is my new poem, Trinity, which is a sequence of haikus about the Trinity atomic bomb Test in 1945. This was inspired by two things. A few weeks ago was the third anniversary of the airing […]Read more "Trinity – a poem"
Hi everyone, Well, it’s the 26th of June and this is my first post of the month. No poems, no musings about films I’ve watched, no updates on anything. Truth is, I’ve been suffering from an intense lack of inspiration. When I look back to the beginning of the year, I was churning out poems […]Read more "Slow June – The Coma of my Creativity"
Hi everyone, How lovely to sit and watch something from David Lynch that I’ve never seen before. I thought this was brand new but then the title at the end said 2015. I don’t know if it had just remained hidden until now or if everyone else had already seen it. I deliberately didn’t read […]Read more "Tonight’s Viewing – Fire (Pozar)"
Hi everyone, The form I chose for this week’s poetry video was Rispetto; a short form comprised of 8 lines, 11 syllables each. The form is Italian as you might have guessed. It comes from the 14th and 15th Centuries, in Tuscany. The word rispetto means respect, so I decided to go with a more […]Read more "Break upon his Tomb – a rispetto"