Space Force | Santa Clarita Diet | Living With Yourself | Drifters | Chewing Gum | Staged | Warrior Nun | Community | The OA
There’s no ‘midpoint’ movie roundup this month because I haven’t seen that many so far. Instead I’ve been spending my time watching TV shows, doing jigsaws and listening to the audio version of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman.
Stewart Lee – The Perfect Fool | Antony Beevor – D-Day: The Battle for Normandy | Arnhem: The Battle for the Bridges, 1944 | Ben Aaronovitch – Broken Homes | Michael Moorcock – A Cure for Cancer
I planned to read Titus Alone, the third book of the Gormenghast trilogy, over Christmas 2016, having thoroughly enjoyed the second book earlier that year. Instead I read it a few weeks ago. Here’s what I thought about it…
Spirits in the Forest | Horse Girl | Night is Short, Walk on Girl | The Hustle | Dolemite Is My Name | Shaft | Knives Out | Christopher Robin | Ralph Breaks the Internet | Wild | Incredibles 2 | Aladdin
Peace is an enigma. A puzzle to be cracked. Perhaps fittingly my copy appeared mysteriously to me a month or so ago, having sat forgotten on a low bookshelf for a year.
Some quick ramblings about: Wind River | Robin Hood | Mother! | The Dark Tower | Noah | You Were Never Really Here
Captain Marvel | Avengers: Endgame | The Greatest Showman | The Commuter | War Horse | King Arthur: Legend of the Sword | Hail, Caesar!
Bernard Cornwell – Sharpe’s Waterloo It’s been a long-standing habit of mine to read at least one Bernard Cornwell book
As procrastination goes, writing a rambling blog post about all the stuff you’ve been doing instead of writing your difficult