I heard someone say it today at STV. It about sums up the best of my childhood, that. From copying a rental edition of Empire Strikes Back (later paying for it twice on VHS and again on DVD, not to mention the cinema tickets for the re-release) to making mix tapes to impress a girl,
We had our new coffee machine wake us up with a fresh pot this morning. I’ve never been much of a coffee-drinker, but now I’m beginning to feel like I did when the family took its first foreign holiday (to Rimini, Italy) when I was fourteen or so and I discovered that I did like
Here’s a list of films that take the bold and unwise decision to remind their audience of better movies: Film: Sleeping With the Enemy Better Film: The Shining Reminder: Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique (specifically, the fifth movement), used extensively on the soundtrack for SWtE, but forever associated with the opening credits of TS as
A lie in today, then to Tesco, then to Sighthill Cemetery for dog-walking. It wasn’t only dead people whose remains we roamed among. Check out these high rise flats (now a lot flatter than once they were): Why walk the dog in a cemetery? It was there.