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Don’t Look Now (1973) – FILM REVIEW

Adapted from a novella by Daphne Du Maurier, in Don’t Look Now Nicolas Roeg, who sadly died in November last year, delivers the first of two 1970s films that use a travelling red and white ball as an omen of dread so convincingly, that I shudder even now when they appear on screen. Apparently, a...

#toppingchee

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P0cbNZ9uQ4&w=560&h=315] Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (clip from 75th Anniversary edition) Remember this, when childhood's far away; The sunlight of a showery first spring day; You from your house-top window laughing down, And I, returned with whip-cracks from a ride, On the great lawn below you, playing the clown. Time blots our gladness out. Let this with love abide ....

2017 Round-up

[wpvideo nOm7FMQY] "Stranger Things Than a Tree Eating a Bear" (c) Emma Topping Just in time following the exertions of our Christmas Day cook-a-thon then eat-a-thon, I bring to you my final blog of 2017. First and foremost, I hope that you have managed to find the time during this crazy period not only to catch...

Shopping Lists

https://youtu.be/WGBpG42aUYE Chef (2014) Open Road Films, Fairview Entertainment & Aldamisa Entertainment Christmas is fast approaching and as my mind turns to where I will be spending it, inevitably I start eyeing up various pieces of tech, clothing, accessories and homewares that I have my eye on both to give and receive. As I move around...

Trust

Image: Debark's Doggy Etiquette by (c) Emma Topping.  All rights reserved. Maya Angelo once said: “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time” That first call with a filmmaker, producer or studio interested in adapting an author’s work tends to play out in one of two ways: the “first date” approach...