Monthly Archives: October 2015

Film Review – Macbeth

There are two principle reasons for seeing director Justin Kurzel’s version of Macbeth: Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. Both provide excellent interpretations of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth respectively in this stylish reinterpretation of William Shakespeare’s perennially bloody tale. I am … Continue reading

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George goes to Neptune excerpt

Here is a brief taster of my upcoming novel – the third and final segment in the George Hughes trilogy, George goes to Neptune. Selecting a snippet from this novel has been fiendishly difficult, since I did not want to … Continue reading

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Film Review – The Martian

Robinson Crusoe on Mars essentially sums up The Martian, Ridley Scott’s take on the bestseller by Andy Weir. Except there isn’t an alien called Friday in the story. And it isn’t the 1964 movie Robinson Crusoe on Mars. Ridley has … Continue reading

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