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31st March 2015: Tony Light - Laat Me Gaan

Language – Dutch

Translation – Let Me Go

I love this tune! OK, yes, it bears more than a passing resemblance to ‘Needles and Pins’ by The Searchers at the beginning, but it develops into something more, which is most enjoyable (especially the piano section).   107 more words

0764 Where Have You Been All My Life – Arthur Alexander (1962)

This song was written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. It was first recorded by Arthur Alexander in 1962. It was released as a single with… 99 more words


Trailer Park--The "What the ?" Edition: Arnold and zombies? Fassbender and cowboys?

Arnold Schwarzenegger is starring in a new zombie movie, and it’s not a comedy?

Michael Fassbender is starring in a Western?

It can only be… 342 more words


Lucretia to Batgirl: Taking Back the Narrative, Escaping the Refrigerator

Long ago, at the very beginning of Roman civilization, there were kings. One king, Tarquin Superbus, took the royal prerogative a bit too far and blackmailed a noble matron named Lucretia into sleeping with him. 1,167 more words


Crossings (1968, Chuang Hua)

Warning: This article discusses many details of the book’s ‘plot’. I put plot in inverted commas because I don’t believe the book, fragmentary and non-linear in its narrative, is much concerned with plot, and therefore don’t regard these details as spoilers. 2,485 more words



Heavens to Murgatroid…I’m no scholar. No aficionado. I have a passing knowledge of one…and am a groupie of the other. JOHN FORD and ALFRED HITCHCOCK… 903 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Quick Daily Review #37: The Searchers (1956)

The Searchers (1956)

Director: John Ford

John Wayne always played John Wayne. That’s the criticism leveled against him by most film historians. In the Searchers however, he is not the cozy patriarchal hero he portrayed most of his career, but a racist, obsessed, hate filled force of nature. 425 more words

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