Top 5 highest-grossing horror movies of all time

Stephen King’s IT is being so successful right now and arguably the best movie of 2017 (so far). It has drawn attention back to the horror genre which is good news for us hardcore horror fans. 130 more words


Number ones: #5

  • HOWARD JONES Hide & Seek (WEA)
  • Week Ending 3rd March 1984
  • No.1 for 3 weeks

The third single from Howard Jones continued his 100% strike rate on my charts (if we assume New Song would undoubtedly have been a #1 for me in 1983), but the ambient majesty of Hide & Seek couldn’t repeat the trick on the UK Top 40 despite a few optimistic predictions of bettering What Is Love?’s #2 peak. 244 more words


Untitled (polymatrix), a blind embossing crafted from a lino-block plate and embellished with stitched isometric triangles, is on view until 19 November 2017 at… 33 more words

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Number ones: #4

  • QUEEN Radio Ga Ga (EMI)
  • Week Ending 25th February 1984
  • #1 for 1 week

Despite my relative lack of interest in pop music as a child, I was familiar with Queen’s hits during the 1970s and early 1980s. 270 more words


Number ones: #3

  • THOMPSON TWINS Doctor! Doctor! (Arista)
  • Week Ending 11th February 1984
  • 2 weeks at #1

Every great pop act has an “imperial phase”, that period of their career where everything just falls into place and they can seemingly do no wrong, either commercially or artistically. 341 more words


Number ones: #2

  • Week Ending 28th January 1984
  • 2 weeks at #1

Frankie seemed to come, if you pardon the pun, from nowhere as far as I was concerned. 345 more words