‘Blood, Sweat & Chrome – The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury Road’ by Kyle Buchanan: Review

Chunky in-depth books about the making of a movie are something of a rarity these days and when they do appear, it’s usually as a lavishly-illustrated coffee table book that you have to mortgage your house to afford. The days … Continue reading ‘Blood, Sweat & Chrome – The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury Road’ by Kyle Buchanan: Review

‘Later’ by Stephen King: Review

I’ll be honest here; I’m not a great reader of Stephen King’s books. Not because I‘ve anything against them, quite the opposite; the ones I’ve read, I’ve really enjoyed. He just has so many books and I like to spread myself pretty thinly as a reader. Having said that, from what I have read of his, I can fully see why he is regarded as the world’s greatest horror author. A lot of writers think that horror is all about blood and violence and the visceral human fear of being hunted and killed, but Stephen King realises that all of … Continue reading ‘Later’ by Stephen King: Review