Tag Archives : bloggery

This Is Me Not Blogging


I’ve posted something on this blog every day for the month, something I dedicated myself to doing at the beginning of the year. The entirety of the month of January – thirty-one posts for thirty-one days. Yay me. This is not a massive achievement, but I’m quite happy about it. However, today I won’t be posting anything of substance. I’m…

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Where To Find Me On The Internet


I suppose you could consider it ironic for a chap who hasn’t been blogging for five months to talk about the other places you won’t find him regularly online, but I’m sure I don’t see it that way … Clandestine Critic – Obviously. This is my main outlet for recording my brain. It’s intended as a record of my pop…

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New Year’s Resolution


Admit it – you thought I wouldn’t come back. Hell, even I thought I wouldn’t. I have an unofficial tradition of posting regularly for a spell, before something breaks the run and I stop blogging for a few months (with no explanation). I’m sure that’s a familiar pattern around the internet. The reasons are boring and I’ve probably written about…

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Links: New Blogs


Undecided on whether to add to the blogroll or not, I shall make use of this post to have a record of some interesting blogs that have appeared in the last couple of weeks. Greatest Movie Deaths of All Time – featuring video clips of carefully selected film deaths. Not much in the way of commentary, but you have to…

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Somebody Read My Blog


Rather than reviewing stuff, as I usually do, I have to comment on a comment. Recently, I posted an old review of mine for a film called Londinium. Today, I was notified of a comment left about that post. It said: Hey man, thanks for taking the time to bash my work. Love your site as well. All’s good. Live…

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Running On Empty


I got nothing today. I feel bad about it. I didn’t know what to write about. I think it’s because I’m more a reviewer than anything else. I love talking about things I have seen or read; it’s something I’ve always done. When I was younger, I wanted to be Barry Norman (no relation) doing the Film programme on BBC1.…

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