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Weekly Shakespeare Quote - 30 July 2015

One of all my all time favorite Shakespeare speeches is pretty kick-ass, and plays wonderfully even today, 400 years later. It’s a speech actors love to sink their teeth into (it’s not a true monologue since there’s some interjections from another character, and it’s not a soliloquy, but it’s still a hell of a thing). 790 more words

The macabre world of Dahl: 'Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected' - Series 1

Recently I was in a store and noticed a new DVD of the BBC production of ‘Esio Trot‘, starring Judi Dench and Dustin Hoffman. 687 more words

1979

Nerd Metal Fridays: Manowar

So this week we are throwing things back to what is pretty much the ur power metal band. With a string of bombastic tunes supporting high fantasy and Norse mythology derived lyrics, Manowar inspired an entire generation of socially-awkward young men to paint their conversion vans with bad fake Frank Frazetta murals. 342 more words

Heavy Metal

Blessed on Bee

It’s another week before the next podcast, but in the meantime our heartfelt desire for a picture of Brian Blessed riding a Giant Bee has been fufilled! 65 more words

Blake's 7

Henry V (1989, Kenneth Branagh)

Director (and adapter) Branagh splits Henry V into three sections. They aren’t equal, they don’t match the act changes (usually); Branagh lets photographer Kenneth MacMillan open up the film to (outdoor) light while Patrick Doyle’s score becomes essential. 427 more words

Drama

Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (1991)

Director – Kevin Reynolds

Starring – Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman, Alan Rickman, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Christian Slater, Michael Wincott, Geraldine McEwan, Michael McShane, Brian Blessed, Sean Connery… 47 more words

Film Reviews

The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists (2012)

Directors – Peter Lord, Jeff Newitt

Starring – (voices) Hugh Grant, Martin Freeman, Jeremy Piven, Salma Hayek, David Tennant, Brian Blessed, Lenny Henry, Imelda Staunton, Brendan Gleeson… 9 more words

Film Reviews