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  1. Pete
    18th January 2011 08:58 AM - permalink
    Looks like Pienaar is on his way to Spurs. Sad to be losing such a great player but I hope he does well for you (but not against us!).
  2. Pete
    4th January 2011 01:43 PM - permalink
    Hope Bale is ready to spend tomorrow night in Phill Neville's back pocket.
  3. Pete
    23rd December 2010 08:07 PM - permalink
    Ha, I knew we'd beat them - we always do! It was our fourth win in a row at their place. I hope the both of us finish above them ( though thanks to our poor start, it's unlikely that we will)
  4. Pete
    28th November 2010 05:10 PM - permalink
    Thanks for beating that lot, it's cheered me up slightly.
  5. Pete
    20th November 2010 04:12 PM - permalink
    Really wish we had signed him, most of our players don't even know what a goal is! Thank goodness we have Tim Cahill.
  6. Pete
    20th November 2010 02:28 PM - permalink
    Great result! Van Der Vaart has to be the signing of the season.
  7. Pete
    14th November 2010 10:46 AM - permalink
    We'll do our best
  8. the blob
    14th November 2010 03:07 AM - permalink
    the blob
    wrong bloody window..
  9. Pete
    4th November 2010 01:13 AM - permalink
    Good win the other night. You're gonna have a tough time holding on to Bale.


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Posted 11th August 2010 at 05:12 PM by the blob Comments 3
Posted in Reviews

So here we are, on to the second review in my '30s/'40s retrospective and still no mention of Universal Studios!

Based on a short story by Richard Connell, which I'll freely confess to having never read, while on a boat trip through potentially dangerous waters, a group of friends including famous big game hunter Robert Rainsford (Joel McCrae) are busy discussing recent exploits

Posted 6th August 2010 at 06:32 PM by the blob Comments 0
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No retrospective of the classics of the '30's and '40's would be complete without a mention of Dwain Esper's 'Maniac'. Esper is a legend in what can be termed as the 'Educational' movie. In actual fact, he was just a master at cheap exploitation, preying on people's paranoia of drugs, sex and whatever else he could potentially make a bit of cash from. You can achieve a small insight into the...

Posted 6th August 2010 at 06:22 PM by the blob Comments 0
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Welcome all to the blob's den. As i've mentioned before, I'm a huge fan of early talking horror, especially from the 1930's and 1940's. Yes, a lot of it is tame by anywhere near modern standards but these movies laid the ground for much of what was to come. You'll find the first ever official zombie movie, countless vampires, mad experiments, gothic tales and even some bona-fide pure exploitation. Some are so steeped in atmosphere that they still have the power to scare or at least send the odd...
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