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Movie Review: The Omen (1976)

“When the Jews return to Zion and a comet rips the sky and the Holy Roman Empire rises, then you and I must die. From the eternal sea he rises, creating armies on either shore, turning man against his brother ‘til man exists no more.” 1,357 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

Steve Waugh Bitterly Disappointed About World Cup Snub

Steve Waugh, former Australian captain and brother of Channel 10 media personality Mark Waugh, spoke to The (un)Australian today about his anger at being snubbed by the Australian cricket team’s selectors. 339 more words

The UnAustralian

Is cricket a batters game these days?

Ummm…No. I could just leave it there, but let me explain.

We are hearing cricket commentators, talk radio hosts, lounge-lizard commentators complaining that cricket has become a game for batsmen to the sake of the bowlers. 234 more words


Retro movie review: Time After Time [1979]

United States
112 minutes
Directed by Nicholas Meyer
Starring Malcolm McDowell, David Warner, Mary Steenburgen

“What if H.G. Wells really was a time traveler?” is a logical question and one that many narrative works have sought to explore. 499 more words

Movie Reviews

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Match 40: Scotland dismissed by Starc assault, Australia win by 7 wickets

Date: 14.03.2015

Venue: Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia

Australia taking on Scotland was their last league match and was nothing less than a formality. Winning the match would mean that… 446 more words


Meeting Doctors 4, 6 & 7

This weekend co-writer Chris and I attended the Day Of The Doctors event, organised by 10th Planet Events.

I had the good fortune to meet three of the Doctors. 334 more words

"science Fiction"

Bowlers hold the key in batsman's utopia

This article was originally published on Last Word On Sports.

Much has been made about the dominance bat has acquired over ball in One Day cricket—a theme that has only been amplified during this World Cup. 1,497 more words