- Celebrity Deathwatch - Carry On
- Celebrity Deathwatch - Dad's Army
- Intergalactic Space Babes - Jacqueline Pearce
- Intergalactic Space Babes - Deidre L. Imershein
- Blog of the day - Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery
- Celebrity Deathwatch - Are You Being Served?
- Celebrity Deathwatch - Bewitched
- YouTube Censors Microfilums!
- Intergalactic Space Babes - Gabrielle Drake
- Blog of Blogs - Ken Levine's favourite pitch meeting EVER
- Sand Sharks Trailer: youtu.be/_qEfO5iNicI via @youtube 5 years ago
- 100 Dislikes! bit.ly/t5vcve 5 years ago
- God porn? bit.ly/syxtZk 5 years ago
- The mail I get - Blasphemy! bit.ly/t3c8Oj 5 years ago
- @BibiLynch Just got home and apparently I've already sent the maximum number of direct messages, so I can't even say don't open. 5 years ago
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Tag Archives: blogs
5200 views in two days, and 71 dislikes. It’s as if all these Christians are deliberately watching something they already know they won’t like, just so they can have the pleasure of disliking it themselves.
Script reader/editor and writer Lucy V Hay makes some interesting observations in her recent blog ‘Genre Films: Don’t Overthink It’: I often think how successful a film is deemed should NOT be measured by its devotees (like screenwriters and fans), … Continue reading
Don’t mean to bang on about Ken Levine’s blog, but he’s got a twist on the world I enjoy. Here he is on Hugh Hefner discovering Twitter: He’s 84 years-old, looks like a wizened fungo bat, and thinks that hot … Continue reading
Too funny not to share … Alicia Silverstone, Brooke Shields, Callista Flockhart, Britney Spears. Check out the rest here, or my films here.
Big news on the microfilums front. ‘Evil Barbie Laughing’ has overtaken ‘Barbie Gets a Lapdance’ as the most successful microfilum to date. That’s two whole thousand two hundred and eight views … V … two thousand two hundred and two. … Continue reading
“They haunt the body of British culture like a rotting thong,” groans one critic. Yet Kenneth Williams’ ‘Carry on Cleo’ gem – “Infamy! Infamy! They’ve all got it in for me!” – was recently voted the funniest one-liner in film, … Continue reading