Tags » Kris Kristofferson

Blade (1998, dir. Stephen Norrington)

A vampire/human hybrid and his mentor/armourer battle an oncoming vampire apocalypse. Pacy and slick, this is a superior early Marvel adaptation with lots to recommend it, not least committed playing from the principals, and some scenes of genuine imagination.

Eamonn's Reviews

For the good times

I first met Kris Kristofferson courtesy of my dad, who used to blast “Me and Bobby McGee” from the eight-track tape player in his car. 644 more words

Music

Album Review: Jessi Colter - 'Out of the Ashes'

Out of the Ashes was released in 2006, four years after the death of Waylon Jennings, and with the exception of a 1996 children’s collection, was Jessi Colter’s first album in 22 years. 454 more words

Spotlight Artist

Making his Mark in Music.

By Steven Casey (@leglesstweets)

Does anyone remember the Blade trilogy from back in the mid-90’s? Wesley Snipes played the Titular fanged hero, alongside Country & Western singer Kris Kristofferson. 329 more words

Good Enough for Me

“… Feeling good was easy ….”

“… Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose …..”

“… Good enough for me …”

Postaday

Blackpaint 589 - Pablo, Vanessa, JP and John

Picasso Musee, Barcelona

Mainly early paintings and drawings.  His dad was a drawing professor, apparently.  Early stuff amazing for a youngster; the head in the drawing below the only error I could see, apart from dodgy legs on a bearded man on the end wall.   738 more words

Painting, Traditional, Modern And Abstract, Conceptual Art