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by shanedwyer
Sun 13 May, 2018 17:35:37
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Do you recognize this handsome chap?
Replies: 3
Views: 66

Re: Do you recognize this handsome chap?

That's an easy one.

It's Willie Nelson.
by shanedwyer
Thu 10 May, 2018 07:20:11
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Do you recognize this handsome chap?
Replies: 3
Views: 66

Re: Do you recognize this handsome chap?

Brian Blessed?
by shanedwyer
Sun 25 Mar, 2018 12:55:17
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Churchill - Darkest Hour
Replies: 4
Views: 227

Re: Churchill - Darkest Hour

Britain was worth fighting (and dying) for then.

But as for today's society...I wouldn't recommend anyone take up arms for zero-hours contracts, celebrity worship and gender neutral bogs.
by shanedwyer
Sun 11 Mar, 2018 09:01:26
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Anthony Lejeune
Replies: 2
Views: 178

Re: Anthony Lejeune

by shanedwyer
Wed 28 Feb, 2018 19:49:15
Forum: General Topics
Topic: DW article in The Telegraph
Replies: 3
Views: 276

Re: DW article in The Telegraph

A series of, say, four episodes (two hours apiece). TDRO, SC or TTDAD. Full attention to period detail. Done properly it'd grip the nation, not just us aficionados.
by shanedwyer
Mon 26 Feb, 2018 08:55:18
Forum: General Topics
Topic: A druid critiques DW
Replies: 0
Views: 121

A druid critiques DW

I found this on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BP39zN1N7iM Interesting to hear a pagan/occultist's take on DW's Black Magic novels. The speaker (Thomas Sheridan), contrary to appearances, is not an unfortunate victim of Ireland's worsening housing crisis, but rather a writer, speaker and n...
by shanedwyer
Sun 25 Feb, 2018 11:59:50
Forum: The Devil Rides Out
Topic: The Devil Rides Out - The Masterpiece
Replies: 12
Views: 17876

Re: The Devil Rides Out - The Masterpiece

There's a supernatural-themed episode in the 4th series of Bergerac (What Dreams May Come), where Charles Gray plays the part of an occult thriller writer.
by shanedwyer
Sun 25 Feb, 2018 11:40:05
Forum: General Topics
Topic: DW article in The Telegraph
Replies: 3
Views: 276

Re: DW article in The Telegraph

Thanks for that spice. As is often the way, I enjoyed reading the btl comments more than the actual article. One in particular struck me: I see no reason why his novels would not make a terrific TV series. I thought that myself the other day. I'm currently rereading TDRO and I've been imagining what...
by shanedwyer
Thu 22 Feb, 2018 07:52:17
Forum: Introductions
Topic: I'm new
Replies: 2
Views: 293

Re: I'm new

I enjoyed...his historical pieces least Ha! Couldn't agree with you more. Wheatley reminds me of Kipling. Both are currently unfashionable and both held objectionable political views Anti-collectivism, a love of country, a belief in Judeo-Christian civilisation? Personally, I find little in DW's vi...
by shanedwyer
Mon 23 Oct, 2017 06:30:05
Forum: General Topics
Topic: The 2017 Convention
Replies: 18
Views: 4680

Re: The 2017 Convention

Jim wrote:See you there!!! :D


You're coming over? How wonderful! It'll be a pleasure to meet you.
by shanedwyer
Sun 8 Oct, 2017 09:30:13
Forum: General Topics
Topic: To the Devil.. A Daughter - restored and released on Blu Ray
Replies: 19
Views: 1213

Morning D. I'm still in bed, hungover. Very far from steely-eyed duellist mode.
by shanedwyer
Sun 8 Oct, 2017 09:05:16
Forum: General Topics
Topic: To the Devil.. A Daughter - restored and released on Blu Ray
Replies: 19
Views: 1213

My dear Charles, I feel I must decline any invitation to participate in your proposed corinthian exhibition. As D could declare, with a surety at least the equal of R Brook's:
'I have little to fear. He must be at least fifteen years older than myself, and he is anything but an agile man.'
by shanedwyer
Tue 3 Oct, 2017 15:24:46
Forum: General Topics
Topic: To the Devil.. A Daughter - restored and released on Blu Ray
Replies: 19
Views: 1213

Careful there D. I may be a delicate-looking man, with slender, fragile hands and greying hair, but I have no trace of weakness... I'll stand by my words re the British film industry. The Wicker Man gets a possible pass, but all the rest...a load of old toot. I am, however on the same page with you ...
by shanedwyer
Sun 1 Oct, 2017 08:32:04
Forum: General Topics
Topic: To the Devil.. A Daughter - restored and released on Blu Ray
Replies: 19
Views: 1213

Other than the Amicus portmanteaus, I think most 70s British horror films are rubbish.

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