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Patrick [DVD]
Patrick [DVD]
Dvd ~ Susan Penhaligon

4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Scary Down Under, 26 Mar. 2004
This review is from: Patrick [DVD] (DVD)
I saw this film years ago as a teenager with my best friend, Laura. It scared the sh*t out of us. I don't remember many details, which is why I ordered the DVD when I noticed it had been released. It concerns (I think, I'll find out soon when I pluck up the courage to watch it) a young man in a coma who has psychic powers. He comunicates only by spitting and I think it has something to do with his mum - the film, not the spitting. I think it's worth a tenner. I might not be as scared this time, but I remember it was an excellently made horror film, from an unlikely source


I Want Candy - Anthology
I Want Candy - Anthology

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pirates of the High Radio Waves, 9 Dec. 2003
Bow Wow Wow are an overlooked band, eclipsed usually by Malcom McClaren's more obvious successes. But aside from the controversy they revelled in, they constructed brilliant alternative pop songs which made very little impact on the charts but sounded brilliant and unlike anything else around at the time. I got into Bow Wow Wow massively during my teens when I went through a Malcom McClaren phase (despite it being the mid 90s) and they remain my favourite of his projects. Dressed by Vivienne Westwood in her first shown collection, the band looked and sounded fabulous, like a debauched, sensual, Adam and the Ants. This compilation includes all their major releases during their short time together. There's both the albums, plus an exciting live album and Your Cassette Pet, a cassette only EP. This is a great comprehensive collection and gives you almost their entire back catalogue in one go and their music sounds as sexy and invigorating as it ever did. Well worth a look if you don't know them, worth remembering them if you do.


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