I am often very hungry. I often deal with this existential crisis by eating something, and don’t give me any grief when I tell you what I eat tends to be biscuits.
I am a massive fan of the inspiring, educational and historically accurate (ahem) Worlds Deadliest Warrior. This terrific programme takes two historical warrior tribes and pits them against each other in a simulated battle to the death.
Norway is a mystery to me. I don’t know much about it and that often keeps me up at night.
Airports and hospitals, both locations you could rather do without on holidays. Sure hospitals can be avoided if you’re lucky, but boring stuffy airports are a necessary evil of holiday making.
Another door to Hell has been opened! ‘The Godfather of Gore’ Lucio Fulci follows his cracking (and completely bonkers) City of the Living Dead (COTLD) with another ‘Gates of Hell’ film, piling on another substantial layer of blood and guts.
Taking his cues from the 1980 film of the same name, director Darren Lynn Bousman offers a gritty and reasonably effective remake that completely updates and re-imagines Mother’s Day.