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Joel R. Bisson's Music

Hello this is me a few weeks ago, I’ve been working on music and other things and projects, right now I’ve been on a deadline and now I’ll quickly post a few things about myself, I’m a musician from Welland, Ontario, Canada, Born in Syracuse, New York, USA, on May 21st 1981…Enough said, I’ve been a lyricist and melody maker since 1984 and have been writing poems and movie scripts since then as well, I’ve been trying to get one of my musical projects off the ground called Kapital, which is a duo of Oldschool EBM, you can search Kapital-EBM and find us. 487 more words

Ayrial Combat

Review - Electric Boogaloo:The Wild, Untold Story Of Cannon Films

Title:                          Electric Boogaloo:The Wild, Untold Story Of Cannon Films

Certificate:               18

Director:                   Mark Hartley

Major Players:         As themselves – Elliott Gould, Franco Nero, Bo Derek etc… 811 more words

Film Review

The Slipper and the Rose (1976)

Of the 5,483,922 film productions of Cinderella, I’d say this ranks at a solid 1,532,624. (That’s just behind Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical and a couple million ahead of Jerry Lewis in… 625 more words

Fluff(y chests)

Life is busy at the moment – very busy with two work projects that are fun but are eating up a lot of energy and then there’s also family life that keeps me occupied. 326 more words

Richard Armitage

A Queer Year #27 - Richard Chamberlain

Richard Chamberlain (Actor)

born 1934 in US

Richard Chamberlain began his career as a stage actor, founding a theatre company in the 1950s, before he began to appear in several TV series. 184 more words

LGBT

Richard and Richard

So, I have been a bit out of it of late and there is a bit of catching up to do. What did I miss in Armitage-land the past few weeks? 723 more words

Richard Armitage

Checking In: Peter Weir's '70s Films and the Natural World

“Everyone agreed that the day was just right for the picnic to Hanging Rock – a shimmering summer morning warm and still, with cicadas shrilling all through breakfast from the loquat trees outside the dining-room windows and bees murmuring above the pansies bordering the drive.” – the first line of Joan Lindsay’s 1967 novel-turned-film… 432 more words

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