“What lies beneath your feet?
Sacred ground, Doctore, watered with the tears of blood.”
Or so goes the ‘famous’ quote spoken by Peter Mensah’s Doctore.1,615 more words
Hercules: the man, the myth, the legend. Deriving from the bountiful tales of Greek Mythology, the character of Hercules, a son of Zeus (King of the Olympian Gods) and his tales of exploits and adventure have become literally the stuff of legends. 943 more words
I like sword and sandal pictures, but seldom think about them beyond the closing credits. This movie, directed by Renny Harlin, is a notable exception. It really has that classical, almost Shakespearean, quality, due to the well-turned phrases of the script by Sean Hood and Daniel Giat, ably supported by the excellent score of Tuomas Kantelinen. 142 more words
Hey TV addicts,
The madness got a bit gruesome this week. Especially in the Walking Dead. I had to be looking around the bus, making sure no kids were watching the episode. 376 more words