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Alphabet Killer [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Eliza Dushku
Alphabet Killer [DVD] DVD ~ Eliza Dushku
'The Alphabet Killer' is a straight-to-DVD movie, very (and I most emphasize on that word) loosely based on a series of unsolved child murders in early '1970s Rochester, New York.

Eliza Dushku stars as police officer Megan Paige whose's efforts and determination to find a little girl's murderer cause her to have a nervous breakdown. She believes the crime to be the work of an alphabet-obsessed serial killer, but through stress caused by her own obsession with finding him, Megan is unable to continue her work. Hallucinating images of the victim, she is laid off the police force and spends two years in a support group lead by a wheelchair bound man called Richard (Cary Elwes), who… Read more
Since I Saw You Last ~ Gary Barlow
Since I Saw You Last ~ Gary Barlow
4.0 out of 5 stars A mature album!, 17 April 2014
I would never have considered myself a 'fan' of Gary Barlow, but 'Since I Saw You Last', his first full length studio album in fourteen years is good, and converting me. In fact, I think people who wouldn't normally listen to him (like me), will be pleasantly surprised. The material here is far away from his successful '90s solo efforts, and you can hear a considerable maturity in his voice and notably in his songwriting.

Gary can sure pen a good song, it was the catchy radio friendly hit 'Let Me Go' which encouraged me to listen to the whole album, and I'm glad that I did. There's some really heartfelt songs (clearly written on personal ast experiences) on here that surprised… Read more
Valentine [DVD] [2001] <b>DVD</b> ~ Denise Richards
Valentine [DVD] [2001] DVD ~ Denise Richards
'Valentine' (2001) is one of those films I always revisit at least two times a year. Perhaps it's because I first watched it as a young teenager, which is certainly the movie's primary target audience. It was my first taste of a slasher, and whilst it isn't ever going to make it on a list of greatest films from that genre - I still enjoy it a lot.

Valentines Day is typically the most romantic day of the year for many people, but not for a group of four school friends who are now young grown up women. As one by one they receive threatening cards from, they suspect, an outcast boy from school that they taunted. One by one the women are slain by a cupid mask wearing killer, expect… Read more