I think the second half of the current season of Dark Side picks up again next month? I’m a big fan; some are better than others, but they’re all worth watching. I thought Martha Hart came off really well in the Owen episode; she’s someone who’s been deliberately misunderstood by a certain...
ITV 4 (you can watch online with a VPN). Or subscribe to AEW Plus for a fiver a month. Also you can watch the B shows Dark and Dark Elevation on their YouTube, those are great fun.
I’m setting my alarm for 3am this Saturday for the second episode of AEW Rampage. It’s supposed to be the big one.
I was working in HMV around the time this came out and I bought it purely because I liked the cover. Good ol’ Aaron Hydra Head.
I bought another album purely based off the cover around the same time, the Blood Brothers’ March On Electric Children. I don’t regret either purchase.
He also had a brief spell working in WCW in 1996 as a foil to Hulk Hogan under the name Loch Ness. But unless you had an Astra dish there was no way of seeing him as UTV shopped showing WCW the previous year.
The tonal thing seems to be a thing when Jordan Peele is involved with TV, at least going by this and the godawful Hunters (the bones of a brilliant show when it takes itself seriously, but absolutely ruined by incongruous fantasy sequences, dance numbers, etc).
I finished Sam McPheeters’ Mutations the other week, and I’ve started Dan Franklin’s Heavy. The latter is structured in such a way that it feels like reading a dissertation, but at least the tone isn’t overly academic so it’s an easy enough read.
There was a sparrow teaching its chick to fly in our front garden a few weeks ago. The mam (or dad?) would fly up the wall or over to the neighbour’s hedge and call out, and the little one would make a balls of trying to fly up; it was clearly a very new fledgling and hadn’t yet figured out how...
Indeed. On a related note, I received Warren Ellis’ weaksauce statement in my inbox this morning, and it’s not worth reading past the first two paragraphs where he’s at pains to tell you what he’s *not* instead of admitting what he did.