Monthly Archives: June 2012

Killer Joe – not for the faint hearted (a film review)

I thought it would be nice to take what’s left of my family – wife and son currently – to the cinema. I had heard good things, though not much detail, about Killer Joe so I took a gamble. Well, … Continue reading

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Goliath by Tom Gauld – a review

Since I was a child I have had a fascination for the Bible story of David and Goliath. It is a simple story of bravery and victory against the odds – a story in which, originally, God inspires and protects David, … Continue reading

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Indie film director Christopher Witherspoon interviewed – do not read this if you are of a sensitive nature!

Christopher’s desire to make movies started at age 12 when he first saw “Star Wars”. He persuaded his parents to buy him a Super 8 film camera and began making his own little movies. He has worked for many production … Continue reading

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The Zombie Tarot – a review

This gallery contains 27 photos.

These days there seems to be a new Tarot or Oracle deck published every week. And for every deck published one gets discontinued. And the more esoteric the subject of the deck the quicker it disappears off the wholesaler’s list. … Continue reading

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Rockin’ Around With Tom Petty – Dublin 7th June 2012.

On Thursday I went to see Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers open their European tour with a gig in Dublin. It was great to get the opportunity to see a real rock ‘n roll star live and thank goodness he … Continue reading

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Book Reviews from Albedo One # 5, 1994

I had not realised it was possible to be seduced by the physical appearance of a book until I picked up TOLKIEN’S RING (HARPER COLLINS, HARD­BACK, £17.99 STG, 183 pp) written by DAVID DAY and illustrated by ALAN LEE. The … Continue reading

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First and Last

For one reason or another (mainly financial) just about every piece of music I gathered during the years 1978 to 1980 was recorded on cassette tape. For me, these were the Punk/New Wave years and I ended up with about … Continue reading

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