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Some people take my heart, others take my shoes, and some take me home. I write, I blog, I podcast and I edit.

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The Walking Dead, Ep. 4.10 “Inmates” – it’s not exactly Shakespeare

The Walking Dead, Ep. 4.10 “Inmates” – it’s not exactly Shakespeare

Ever since Scott M. Gimple took over as showrunner, it's become clear that he and his team of writers have tried, as hard as they…

The Walking Dead, Ep. 4.09, “After” – Chocolate is an antidepressant, which is especially useful if you’re the son of Rick Grimes

The Walking Dead, Ep. 4.09, “After” – Chocolate is an antidepressant, which is especially useful if you’re the son of Rick Grimes

After the devastating events at the end of the mid-season finale, which saw the conflict between Rick's group and the The Governor's men end in…

‘The Fury’ is Brian DePalma’s most-underrated movie

‘The Fury’ is Brian DePalma’s most-underrated movie

Ricky D’s Favourite Cult Films #65

The Fury Directed by Brian De Palma Written by John Farris USA, 1978 In this action-suspense picture packed with paranormal activity, Kirk Douglas plays government…

True Detective Ep. 1.03 “The Locked Room” unusually haunting and compelling

True Detective Ep. 1.03 “The Locked Room” unusually haunting and compelling

True Detective, Season 1: Episode 3 – “The Locked Room” Written by Nick Pizzolatto Directed by Cary Fukunaga Airs Sunday nights at 9 on HBO…

‘Stridulum’ – a pretty curious specimen in its own right

‘Stridulum’ – a pretty curious specimen in its own right

Ricky D’s Favourite Cult Films #64

The Visitor (Stridulum) Directed by Giulio Paradisi Written by Luciano Comici USA/Italy, 1979 This Euro-American science fiction horror clusterfuck was directed by professional body builder…

American Horror Story, Ep.3.10: “The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks”

American Horror Story, Ep.3.10: “The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks”

Nothing beyond what you might expect from the title.

  American Horror Story, Season 3, Episode 10: “The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks” Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon Written by James Wong Airs Wednesdays at…

‘Inside’ – bloody, gory, chock full of suspense – the perfect Holiday treat

‘Inside’ – bloody, gory, chock full of suspense – the perfect Holiday treat

25 Days of Christmas

Inside (À l’intérieur) Directed by Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury Written by Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury 2007, France Inside (À l’intérieur) takes the home invasion genre about…

American Horror Story, Ep.3.08: “The Sacred Taking” – disappointing, although the actresses work their own magic

American Horror Story, Ep.3.08: “The Sacred Taking” – disappointing, although the actresses work their own magic

What's in the box?

American Horror Story: Coven returns from its brief Thanksgiving hiatus with “The Sacred Taking,” a disappointing instalment lacking in the urgency and pace of previous…

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part Four

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part Four

Ricky D’s Favourite Cult Films #63

10. They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? Directed by Sydney Pollack Written by James Poe and Robert E. Thompson USA, 1969 They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?…

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part Three

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part Three

Ricky D’s Favourite Cult Films #62

7. The Truman Show Directed by Peter Weir Written by Andrew Niccol USA, 1998 Apart from the obvious death-match featured in The Hunger Games, the…

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part Two

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part Two

Ricky D’s Favourite Cult Films #61

4. The Running Man Directed by Paul Michael Glaser Written by Steven E. de Souza USA, 1987 Directed by former Starsky and Hutch star Paul Michael…

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part One

Essential Viewing for Fans of ‘The Hunger Games’: Part One

Ricky D’s Favourite Cult Films #60

Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games book series has often been compared with Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight novels, primarily because both center on a young female protagonist and have…