Nicked off an old Twilight Zone episode which in turn was nicked off old twisty chestnut An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge (as are 90% of films with ‘you’ll never get it!!!’ twists these days), and with a load of stock zombies bunged in, you’d expect this creaky old US horror to be a washout in no uncertain terms, but it’s saved from being AN Other ’60s Yank shocker by an odd scene in which Stock Frightened Lady has a nightmarish episode in which she can neither hear nor communicate with anyone in a shop.
Creamguide's Pick of the Day
Second part of this, where our hero moves slightly more towards the mainstream and starts penning film soundtracks, including the likes of Flashdance and Top Gun, plus of course The Never Ending Story which means we get to enjoy Limahl nestling alongside the rest of the heavyweight contributors, plus another film where his soundtrack is probably about a hundred times more famous now than the actual film. It’s the title of this programme, for a start.
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Points of View
- In 'Bread', Applemask says: "Not COMPLETELY worthless, as it represented something close to genuine working-class life in the midst of Thatcher’s imperial phase. I have a lot of..."
- In 'PICK OF THE DAY', Gerry Dorrian says: "“The Never Ending Story” is still one of my favourite songs and the video for the hit is brilliant. Pity Limahl had to get a female..."
- In 'Trimphone impersonators', RiotSloth says: "Of course, perhaps the most famous Trimphone imitator is a personal hero of mine, Ed Reardon…"
- In 'Bullseye', watabi says: "Jack Anory… i have just been watching an old episode of catchphrase and reminiscing about old quiz shows and i recounted a very clear memory of the two..."
- In 'PICK OF THE DAY', Gerry Dorrian says: "I don’t object to what the BBC wants to do, I merely object to being forced to pay through the nose to fund it with next to no say on its..."