The toilets were out of commission at the Handy Pavilion. That wasn’t the terrible thing in Christian’s book. There were a couple of porta-loos out
Hello again, my tens of readers! Particularly those of you who aren’t trying to guess my password or post spam. In other words, ‘Hi, Mum!’
This is going to be a short review of a strange movie. It’s the first ever film version of Mary Shelley’s novel and it’s… special.
As with so many Australian big-box hardware stores, the charity sausage sizzle was a weekend tradition at the Pavilion. Service clubs, school groups, social clubs…
We open on Stonehenge, silhouetted against the sun. Awesome. Nimoy talks about how people built ‘this great machine’ then disappeared, leaving their work behind them.
“Hi, what can I get you?” Norman said. He was under the counter, taking stock when the customer came in. Why did the Handy Pavilion
We begin with lovely footage of the Andes, which as you know are covered by the gloveys. Sorry, that was awful. Coffee hasn’t kicked in
“It was the secrets of heaven and earth that I desired to learn; and whether it was the outward substance of things or the inner
It wasn’t about the newsletter. Not anymore, not since the forces of censorship had made sure that nothing important or true could be found there
Voodoo. This is the sort of topic that could play well to the strengths of In Search Of, but also to its weaknesses. Let’s see