T. A. Vidamour

(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 77% (30 of 39)
Location: Washington, Tyne & Wear
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,593,945 - Total Helpful Votes: 30 of 39
Night Of The Demon [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Michael Cutt
Night Of The Demon [DVD] DVD ~ Michael Cutt
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
This is not a remake of the 1957 film of the same name as one reviewer suggested. In fact, it has nothing whatsoever in common with the latter. This is about a dangerous bigfoot creature, not witchcraft.

Of all the 'campers in peril' nasties of the era, this has to be the most original.

The story is told in flashback by the only surviving member of an anthropologist team, who's face was burnt off by the beast, curtesy of a cooker hob.

The central characters here are almost as incompetent as the National Guard in Southern Comfort. Especially the part in the mad woman's house when they all stand by and watch their friends get killed one-by-one, without lifting… Read more
Church of Hawkwind ~ Hawkwind
Church of Hawkwind ~ Hawkwind
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
The musicians on this unforgetable masterpiece are very great men indeed, and their footprints in the sands of time will remain forever significant. The length of time I've spent searching for this monumental piece of talent has been nothing short of phenomenal, but now the gem is in my possesion and that's where it shall remain until my dying day.
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<br />I'm quite sure though, that if this was played to me in the morgue, I wouldn't have any trouble rising from the dead to repeat this review a hundred times more. It's definitely the best album of 1982, and probably the 'Hawk's' most keyboard riddled one of the era. After all, it was the age of synths for a… Read more
Cyclone ~ Tangerine Dream
Cyclone ~ Tangerine Dream
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
When I first heard this in 83 on vinyl, I thought: this was made in 1978, so how the hell do the drums sound so realistic? Then I thought: mmmmmmmmm It is Tangerine Dream after all, and they can do anything musically - especially when they were always ahead of their time. This is a band not too unlike Hawkwind, who also must spend most of their life in recording studios or on the road judging by their huge album output. This is the only Dream album that I own (I have about 20 of their official albums) that has lyrics, and the words and voice of Steve Jolliffe mesmerize you until your soul splits in two with appreciation. Ironically though, the most outstanding feature of this spectacular… Read more