I was there earlier this year and another regular member is just getting back.Then the book shall wait until my destination (Singapore). As I'm there for 14 nights, there'll be ample time to read it. I almost watched Plan 9 just the other night on Amazon Prime but it refused to load for me citing some error number, not once but twice, so I gave up.
In flight movies are an abomination since they're generally cut and censored to comply with the PG audience standard.Frederick Forsyth's latest novel 'The Fox' to read on an 8 hour flight the week after next (just in case the in flight movies are rubbish).
Heh yup, I was a precocious reader and would devour my father's books on all aspects of the paranormal when I was far too young.I used to read scary true story stuff before bed when I was little, it's a miracle I got any sleep at all. This despite EVERYONE knowing you must NEVER read about ghosts and space aliens before bed. Like eating cheese, I suppose.
I can't understand how this movie isn't a popular classic!Two wooden medium sized African masks from Oxfam for £6.99 each. Obviously made for the tourist market but quite interesting designs. One will need hanging but the other is curved enough to stand up on its own.
I did initially think them a tad pricey but I have seen many similar items in much poorer condition being flogged on eBay for far more.
Also for 50p a DVD I have never heard of called Cerberus The Guardian Of Hell. Judging from the description it sounds appalling. I quote:
Young curator Samantha Gaines awaits the breastplate worn by Atilla The Hun thousands of years ago. The drawings on the breastplate are directions on how to find Atilla's sword and become invincible. Samantha is the only one left who can translate the etchings and she ultimately finds the tomb in which Atilla was buried.
When the sword is released from the tomb it unknowingly unleashes a thousand year old three headed dog with the tail of a serpent named Cerberus who ends up out in the Romanian streets reeking (sic) havoc and viciously slaughtering the innocent.
It is up to Samantha and whoever is tough enough to survive to end it, and the only way to do so is with the sword.
Rest assured, I'm staying with the bellydancing snail.Sorry, that wasn't Apart-height, my mental image of Forum members is still hugely influenced by their avatar (Mods are naturally tall because they radiate authority). Everyone recently seems to have changed their avatar - it's disconcerting.