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Friday Favourites #46

Over the last week I’ve really appreciated how lucky I am to live where I do. It’s easy to assume that Cornwall is simply stunning scenery and borderline tropical but we actually live in a pretty poor part of the county. 775 more words

Lifestyle

Batman: The Animated Series - "Heart of Steel: Part I"

Episode Number:  38

Original Air Date:  November 16, 1992

Directed by:  Kevin Altieri

Written by:  Brynne Stephens

First Appearance(s):  Barbara Gordon, Karl Rossum, H.A.R.D.A.C.

There’s quite a bit to unpack in this one, which may seem odd since this is an episode that does not feature a “name” villain. 2,669 more words

Television

Westworld Season Two, Episode Eight

Its been awhile coming, but finally an episode from season two just ‘clicks’ and we get Westworld at its very best. Possibly its best ever episode over the two seasons so far, and I sincerely hope the show-runners appreciate this and act on it as the series progresses with season three next year. 683 more words

Television

HAMMY'S TOP 10...SCIENCE FICTION FILMS

Last week, 2001: A Space Odyssey was released in cinemas to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Some regard it as the best science fiction film of all time. 1,068 more words

Film

Vangelis piggy bank

Here’s something of an oddity; a piggy bank designed by Vangelis for charity, sold at auction yesterday for £2,900. Really, the world is crazy enough with Trump in charge across the pond without news stories like this having me convinced I’ve slipped into the Twilight Zone. 178 more words

Blade Runner

Do Androids Dream of 4K?

It may not have been particularly good for maintaining this blog, but the crazy hours I’ve been doing at work since my (soon at an end, hopefully) relocation down the M6 has resulted in a lot of overtime. 525 more words

Movies

R.I.P., Anthony Bourdain

It seems the chef, globetrotter and raconteur Anthony Bourdain decided to burn out rather than fade away.

I can’t really say I was a fan; more of a bemused admirer, and from a safe distance, too. 259 more words

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