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Paxton

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (25 of 29)
Location: Seaburgh
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 283,022 - Total Helpful Votes: 25 of 29
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Volume III: &hellip by O Neill
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Poor, 22 Aug 2012
I have been a big of Alan Moore fan since Watchmen and have loved the earlier instalments of TLoEG. I was looking forward to 2009 even if I'd had a growing feeling that the previous two releases of this particular trilogy had not been of the same standard as the earlier books. I feel a bit disloyal saying this but ultimately I think this book and the trilogy as a whole have been poor. By focusing on an increasingly small group of protagonists; so that only Murray and Orlando (a one dimensional character for the entire series) feature in 2009 the book seems to have lost something; although any series that has utilised and then discarded so many iconic characters from classic fiction like… Read more
Rio Rapid Heel Foot Smoother Electric File by Rio
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good bit of kit, 21 Aug 2012
Having worn boots all my life and not paid particular care to my feet I had found a steady hardening and slight cracking on my heels which was also flaking. I had been using moisturising cream and a pumice stone with variable results, however 20 mins with this tool on its power setting removed all the hardened and dead skin from my heels (as others have noted its quite amazing the fine powder produced) and has left them smooth and feeling much better. Much more time efficient than a pumice stone; can't recommend this enough.
Ghost Stories from the BBC: Whistle and I'll Come &hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Sir Michael Hordern (1968)
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I'm guessing most people buying these DVDs of the BBC series, "Ghost stories for Christmas", are M R James fans and have been seeking good quality versions of the adaptations. The Miller version of the tale is why we are all going to buy this; and after having watched substandard copies on Youtube I can say the DVD is worth the cost just for this film. Sadly the more recent adaptation has little or no resemblance to the M R James story and is frankly awful; this despite the presence of one of the greatest character actors of all time, John Hurt. The extras are a mixed bag, a three minute "interview with Miller and Frayling is far too short and scarcely worth including. The Ramsey… Read more