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CREE XML XM-L T6 LED 1000 Lumens C8 Flashlight Torch Set 2x18650+Charge
CREE XML XM-L T6 LED 1000 Lumens C8 Flashlight Torch Set 2x18650+Charge
Offered by TUOFENG-UK
Price: £15.36

4.0 out of 5 stars Is it really as powerful as advertised?, 27 Mar 2013
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
The batteries were delivered charged since the green charge light went on when I tried to charge them. I put one of them straight in and then.....

Nice torch but I thought it might be a bit brighter. 1000 lumens is pushing the limits of credibility, if they'd said 300 I wouldn't have written this review.


Pieces [1983] [DVD]
Pieces [1983] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Christopher George

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Giallo, 7 Nov 2009
This review is from: Pieces [1983] [DVD] (DVD)
I was pleasantly surprised when I saw this movie. This film is 100% giallo. Think of it as a cross between a bad quality 1970s TV detective mystery with a rotten pile of Savini-style slasher gore dispersed throughout. It's truly objectionable, so rank in fact that it should be on the shameless DVD label. It's the sleaziest piece of filth I have seen in a long time.

Everything a giallo fan could hope for is here: the black gloved killer, the beautiful women, the unnecessarily extreme violence and pulsing synthesiser soundtrack etc. If you liked Tenebrae, New york ripper, Bird with the crystal plumage or any of that Italian horror () you'll adore this. This is much more violent and disgusting than any of them. Brimful with bad acting, incoherent dialogue and a laugh-out-loud script. It's even dubbed!

So to sum it up then, this is a wretched film. It's enough to drive you to God.


The Gates of Janus: Serial Killing and its Analysis, by the "Moors Murderer"
The Gates of Janus: Serial Killing and its Analysis, by the "Moors Murderer"
by Ian Brady
Edition: Hardcover

13 of 23 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Boring, 10 April 2009
This book might sound interesting but really is really rather dull and boring. It's one long angry rant from beginning to end. Ironically, Brady dissapointingly provides no new insight into this subject and instead writes perhaps the first ever boring book about murder. This man ruined his own life and the lives of others and can't even write a decent book about the one subject he dedicated his life to. What a sad case.


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