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Victor Frankenstein, a Reaction

Recently David and I decided to watch Victor Frankenstein starring Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy. I remember watching the trailers and being intrigued, but also remember that it did not receive a great response when it came out. At the same time I really love the main actors so was willing to give it a shot. There is a part of me that feels that there was a good movie hidden in there somewhere, but it could not decide what story it wanted to tell. That means that it just ended up kind of frenetic, which in some ways fits with the personality that was given to Victor Frankenstein, but still just felt odd. Continue reading

“Neverwhere” Has a Home in my Heart

Neverwhere Radio Play on BBC

Every so often an old school approach reminds us why it was done “the good ol’ way”.  So when I stumbled upon an online radio play with a host of familiar voices including James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class, Wanted) Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock, Star Trek Into Darkness), Natalie Dormer (Games of Thrones), Anthony Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and
(Lord of the Rings, Star Wars) while reading Wired Magz “Underwire” section, I had to  give this a tumble.

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