I've watched several episodes of "Blue Book". It's not bad.
Owes a lot to the "X Files" in it's production style and it ties together quite a few fortean threads in its themes (cold war spies, the threat of nuclear war and a bit of girl on girl action)
I thought that the people shot off horses in "Cowboy and Indian" films on the T.V. really died :fire::Givingup:
I knew they were actors but I knew America had the death penalty (I was born '63) `also, they were American films about America
so it was like a form of execution.
The way Jackson used his status and manipulated the boys and their families feelings was horrible. Both boys, as adults, admit their real love for him. What a headfuck!
Jackson got what he wanted and flaunted it. The publicity shots of him and the boys made me queesy.
Mmmm... whimsy. A much underrated art form. I think Oliver Postgate had mastery of it.
I read the book in my early teens, I seem to remember laughing out loud at the part when Chrysophylax Dives attacks the knights without waiting for them to finish their formal challenges.:mattack: