Do I really need to write words? I like Scarlett. She’s pretty.
Just found this and I thought it was worth posting. Normally the new series starts at Easter time but this year it appears that we have to wait until the Autumn for the first few episodes, wave goodbye to the Ponds and then get a new companion on Christmas Day.
I had a bit of a dilemma on Sunday night. Which is overstating things a little. But anyway. Here it is: Do I watch the last episode of Upstairs Downstairs or the first episode of ITV’s Titanic. Well I’ve been interested in the sinking of the Titanic for many years so it was a no-brainier.… Read More »
I’m a fan of John Carpenter’s The Thing, itself a remake of a 1950s movie, which in turn was an adaptation of a short novel by John W Campbell. I also enjoy stories set in the Antarctic so I had two reasons to anticipate seeing the new movie that came out last year. I was… Read More »
Another week, another photo of Scarlett in The Avengers looking nice. =Sigh= This one is accompanied by the welcome news that the Black Widow will be appearing in Iron Man 3 which will be out in May 2013.
The paperback cover art for the latest James Bond novel, Carte Blanche by Jeffrey Deaver, was revealed this month. I say art, but in this age of photoshopped images the word is debatable. Anyway here’s the cover… As soon as I saw that I thought it was surely influenced by the desert scenes in Quantum… Read More »
Regular visitors to my blog will know I have been posting images of Scarlett Johansson as the Black Widow from the upcoming The Avengers movie. Today is no different, except that Scarlett looks particularly lovely in this newly released photo. If you heard a noise just then it was the sound of my head hitting… Read More »
I couldn’t summon the energy to write anything about last week’s episode at the time. There was a boxing match and Spargo won the love of Beryl. Also Lady Agnes was getting close to the American guy from a few episodes back and Sir Hallam decided Persie was looking quite appealing. In last night’s episode… Read More »
Recently I’ve got back into an author I discovered about 20 years ago. Back at the end of 1991 I remember finding a newly published paperback called The Serpent’s Mark by an author called Robert L Duncan. The subject matter appealed to me. This was a book about a detective hunting for a serial killer,… Read More »
Quite a few books that I am interested in have been appearing lately. The main one I’m looking forward to is The American Spy by Olen Steinhauer, the third in his Milo Weaver “Tourist” series. I’m waiting on my copy from Amazon. I’ve just bought The Bloody Meadow by William Ryan. This is a mystery… Read More »