Brian Montague

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (2 of 3)
 

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Grisport Mens Livingston Trekking and Hiking Shoes Grisport
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My significant other bought me a pair of these shoes years ago (3? maybe 4) and they're almost worn out now - not surprising considering that I wore them more or less every day. The best things about them are that 1) they look like normal city footwear. 2 ) they are MUCH more comfortable than normal city shoes because the soles are shock absorbing unlike most "smart" shoes and 3) they are a wider fitting than most shoes I've bought and were comfy from day one.
The Walking Dead - Season 3 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Andrew Lincoln
The Walking Dead - Season 3 [DVD] DVD ~ Andrew Lincoln
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
There are those folk who regard films in the zombie genre as gory, ephemeral trash, not that there's anything wrong with gory ephemera. Anyway, "The Walking Dead" has lots of zombies, staggering about, snarling, biting and showing no consideration for man, woman or beast as one might expect. That said, in this well written, thrilling and somewhat gory series, the zombification of civilisation is a backdrop against which our heroes and villains struggle and suffer in much the same way as they might have done during any other catastrophe - a war, a plague, famine-take your pick.

So, this is a series that concerns itself with the human condition, albeit one in a horrific… Read more
Alan Bennett at the BBC [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ John Normington
Alan Bennett at the BBC [DVD] DVD ~ John Normington
If you've got a spare tenner, then this anthology of the eleven previously unreleased films that Alan Bennett wrote for the BBC is a joy. Each production begins with a brief introduction by Bennett, explaining a bit about the background of the work. All of these productions are excellent and some of them are absolute gems.

One tiny gripe (and this may be a quirk of my t.v.), his introductions to camera are in "film" format whereas the films themselves are in their original 4:3 television proportions, so after enjoying Mr B's dry intros you have to swop formats. No big deal and what fantastic value!