A. C. Cooper

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (152 of 169)
Location: Doncaster, S. Yorkshire United Kingdom
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 94,584 - Total Helpful Votes: 152 of 169
Ghosts of Sherwood [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Martin Thorn
Ghosts of Sherwood [DVD] DVD ~ Martin Thorn
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Well, what can I say??? Simply put this is without a shadow of a doubt the worst film I have ever had the misfortune to stumble upon...bar none!!! Now bearing in mind that I approached it knowing full well that it was clearly a B-movie and thus my expectations were, I feel, appropriately tempered already knowing the film for what it was. Generally I'll forgive a B-Movie a lot, you kind of accept the unknown cast, special effects on a shoe string and a limited set/wardrobe/score combo and once you've done that there are some gems to be found (Outpost, Devils Rock) but there is simply no excuse for this level of ham fisted, poor quality tripe. Scientifically, artistically and even ironically… Read more
The Sacred Sword (Ben Hope, Book 7) by Scott Mariani
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not Mariani's Best!, 10 July 2012
I've been a big fan of the Ben Hope series since the very first one was published but unfortunately I think the cracks are beginning to show. There were signs of this happening in the last one (The Lost Relic) but there was still enough of the old Ben Hope to carry the day. However, I'm afraid The Sacred Sword was a disappointing addition to the series. The plot is a rather pointless wild goose chase, many of the characters are disposable, one-dimensional beings (not usually a problem with the Ben Hope books!) and the action is predictable and excessively graphic at time (the death of Rex O'Neil and his wife!!?? Was there any need for that!!!).
The usually on the ball Ben Hope is made… Read more
The Cross (Vampire Federation 2) by Scott G. Mariani
The Cross (Vampire Federation 2) by Scott G. Mariani
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A poor sequel!, 6 Mar 2012
Oh dear, oh dear!!!
When I read the first book in the series (Uprising) I found it a bit cheesy but very entertaining and was looking forward to the sequel with bated breath...then this came along!!!
The Cross is dull, slow, repetitive (it resurrects far too much from the original to the point where it appeared the author realised he'd killed off too much plot the first time around and desperately needed to think up ways to bring it back), highly predictable, clichéd and improbable (yes I know it's a novel about vampires and thus `improbable' from the off but I refer here to the actions and thought processes of certain characters through out the book rather than the premise… Read more