Christopher Long

"Phone Monkey"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (64 of 78)
Location: Rugby, UK
 

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Kensington Gore's Love Trilogy by Kensington Gore
Kensington Gore's Love Trilogy by Kensington Gore
There are love stories and then there are love stories. And then there are love stories overseen by one Mr Kensington Gore. If you want to see the world of the love story through a dark, troubling and funny hue then look no further than the three offerings contained within this one wildly entertaining volume. You'll never look at robots, werewolves or The Wicker Man quite the same way again. Believe me. Don't send flowers, send this to the one you love!
Hannibal - Season 1 [Blu-ray] [2013] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Mads Mikkelsen
Hannibal - Season 1 [Blu-ray] [2013] Blu-ray ~ Mads Mikkelsen
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Oh, they're making a prequel TV show about Hannibal? Did they not learn from that god awful prequel movie? Clearly not.
Or so said I. For some reason (let's go with laziness) I decided to watch the 1st episode of Hannibal. It was possibly just to point and laugh at such a bad idea. Only there was no smugness or laughter. Instead for that first episode, and for the next 12 odd weeks, there was only fear, shock and admiration. This show truly does demonstrate you do not a big budget, a big screen and a fistful of award winning stars to make a great show. The cast is perfect, the writing is scalpel sharp, the direction and FX are stomach churching. This one of the best and I… Read more
Doctor Who: Nothing O'Clock: Eleventh Doctor (Doct&hellip by Neil Gaiman
5.0 out of 5 stars The best for last!, 1 Feb 2014
The Doctor Who 50th anniversary short stories certainly were a rollercoaster. There were highs. There were lows. There were lulls. Finally, after a couple of solidly entertaining stories, we reach the pinnacle of this experiment. Seeing that Neil Gaiman was going to be writing for our floppy haired, bow tie wearing, (then current) Doctor gave me a little hope. Although it did feel like a trap.
Oh, how wrong I was! Not only is Nothing O'clock the best one we've had in a mixed bag but it introduces perhaps my favourite all time DW villain. I'm not going to say much about them or the plot they drive right over your nerve endings but I will say this....
The Kin are truly… Read more