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The Amityville Horror, Directed by Stuart Rosenberg Starring Margot Kidder, James Brolin, Rod Steiger The classic 1979 haunted house movie comes to glorious Blu-Ray and has never looked or sounded better. The Lutz family have...

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The Children of Green Knowe, Simply Media Based on the children’s book by Lucy M. Boston this four-part mini series tells the haunting story of Tolly. Tolly is a bookish child away at boarding school...

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Reviews: It was the time of the Preacher…

March 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

Preacher Book One, Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon, DC/Vertigo “It was the time of the preacher When the story began With the choice of a lady and the love of a man” Willie Nelson Religion has...

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Reviews: Classic Marvel – Miller’s Daredevil

January 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Janson Volume 1, Frank Miller, Roger McKenzie, David Michelinie, Bill Mantlo, Klaus Janson, Frank Springer, Joe Rubinstein Marvel “From time to time a truly great new artist will explode...

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AKA Jessica Jones : Alias Volume 1, Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos, Marvel You’ve all been watching the new Jessica Jones TV series over the weekend, right? A companion piece of sorts to Netflix’s superb...

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Best Of Enemies Volume 1 1783 -1953 Hardcover, Jean-Pierre Filiu, Davide B, SelfMadeHero “During a war the kind of “evidence” people are looking for usually doesn’t exist.” Our world, especially since the murderous events of...

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Phonogram Volume 1: Rue Britannia, Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Image Comics Since the dawn of humanity, magicians, shamans, the Clever Man, the Wise Woman, whatever you want to call them, have been aware that words...

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Transmetropolitan Volume 1: Back on the Streets, Warren Ellis, Darick Robertson, DC/Vertigo “I could never write unless I was in the City. But when I was here, and I was on, I could blow the...

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Reviews: The Word For World is Forest

March 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Word For World is Forest, Ursula K Le Guin, Gollancz SF Masterworks Originally published in 1972 as a novella in Again, Dangerous Visions (edited by the great Harlan Ellison, who suggested the title –...

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Zenith Phase One Hardcover, Grant Morrison, Steve Yeowell, Rebellion/2000 AD “I hadn’t realised the scale of their plans… Millions of worlds, moving towards alignment… The war that never ends… The Omnihedron… Oh, we’re so small…...

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