Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (23 of 26)
Location: Galway, Ireland
In My Own Words:
I am a self-confessed videogame, movie and smokable hallucinogen junkie who enjoys lazy rainy Sunday afternoons spent on the couch (joint in one hand, sex kitten in the other) watching modern classics like The Matrix or old B+W favourites like Captain Blood or playing games like Soul Calibur, Zelda 64 and Metal Gear Solid.
However despite my laid back attitude towards life I am no slacker and mai… Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,730,769 - Total Helpful Votes: 23 of 26
A Colourless Tale: It all began with two children &hellip by Mr Brendan McNeely
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
What a great little book with wonderful illustrations and a genuinely unique story. The kids loved it and were delighted to be able to 'finish' the story off by colouring it all in.

Highly recommended for kids of all ages especially at that price.
Mackenna's Gold [DVD] [1969] <b>DVD</b> ~ Gregory Peck
Mackenna's Gold [DVD] [1969] DVD ~ Gregory Peck
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
This was always and will always be one of my favourite "Westerns" of all time. The beauty of the film is that it's not really a Western at all - sure there are cowboys and indians, gunfights and horseback chases but, at it's heart, this is an Indiana Jones quest to find the motherlode of gold hidden within a secret mountain - hell, it's even got the old crossing the rickety rope bridge cliffhanger. Anyone who enjoys off-kilter Westerns like The Valley of the Gwangi will cerainly get a kick out of this.
While the quantity of extras on hand are decidedly lacking this is more than made up for by the quality. The anamorphic widescreen image is simply superb and looks like it… Read more
Elvis: That's The Way It Is [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Elvis Presley
Elvis: That's The Way It Is [DVD] DVD ~ Elvis Presley
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I've been hearing a lot about how they've butchered the original movie with this bastardised version but I must say that there's really not that much of difference and, in fact, is in many ways a better movie as a result. The intro has been recut along with a lot of the boring crowd reactions but lets face facts here folks what we want to see and hear is the man singing and clowning around both on and off the stage and that's exactly what you get here.
I'll admit that I wasn't exactly a huge Elvis fan before I invested in this dvd, (I'm more of a Metallica / Alice in Chains man myself) and my memories of the King were mostly of the god-awful movies he made in the late 60s and 70's… Read more