19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
As a great cricket fan and admirer of what Swann has brought to the team, I anticipated his autobiography would be good. He's a funny chap (ha ha rather than odd...!) and I expected his book to show this sense of humour. Swann is always a candid and thoughtful interviewee. He doesn't hide behind management rhetoric and as such his comments are usually astute.
It's a witty book, full of Swann's often inappropriately timed jokes. The anecdote about misjudging Rod Marsh and greeting him warmly with the C word is both cringeworthy and very funny.
He details being punched, allegedly without provocation, by Darren Gough whilst urinating, which is amusing and puzzling, as Gough… Read more
41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Like many other people, I first watched this in 1989 on Christmas Eve. I was 11, and it scared me to death.
I always kept and eye on the schedules so I could get my friends to watch it and see if I was just being a coward, and when it came back on again, I got my sister in law to watch it, not telling her about the infamous scene! I've never seen anyone scream or jump so much!
I hunted for ages on the internet and eventually found a copy of it to watch with my husband, and that was a big mistake!
It was still just as chilling, and hasn't really dated.
The Woman is so frightening, I can't look at her face or her silhouette!
I have to… Read more
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
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