I’ve not been able to love a television series since my last serious one left me. Don’t judge me, I’m in pain. That love is not easy to replace.
With Hollywood forever enthralled with possibilities of digital effects, reducing the age of actors (or bringing others back from the dead) firmly places us at a weird (hyperreal) crossroad.
With the cassette tape returning to popularity, I think you and I should have a little chat about our nostalgia addled society.
This Remembrance Day we’re remembering the men of the 14th Battalion – and their young bugler Bertie Englert – killed in France during World War I. Lest we forget.
Back in my youth, I travelled to New York and was amazed to score a writing job for a celebrity public relations company. The reality was quite different.
The resounding rejection of ‘Joker’ illustrates what mainstream critics failed to see, or at least what they failed to connect as current, real-world events.