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Friday, 22 November 2019

If It Stars Lin Shaye It Has To Be Horror...


Sam Raimi, Nicolas Pesce, Demián Bichir, John Cho, and Lin Shaye discuss The Grudge’s Japanese origin, the curse itself, and the new terrifying, intense film. See it at cinemas January 31

Aaaaand We're Done (Kinda)!!!

Rachel and I celebrated the end of this stage of our project with a couple of glasses of bubbly!

As of last Sunday, the skip has gone (hopefully forever this time) and the scaffolding is down at last.

With the fitting of the carpet in the stairwell this week, a major step in our project to convert this house into our "forever home" is complete.

Jason finished painting the stairwell on Monday, before Dave and Vinny, the carpet fitters returned on Wednesday, to rip up the old carpet and then lay fresh carpet from the top floor down through the first floor and down the stairs to the main hall.

We're not really finished though as Jason's got to come back to touch up some of the paintwork that was damaged during the carpet fitting.

And, now the scaffolding is down, the exterior gable end of the house needs another coat of paint.

Space Invaders, our loft conversion company, are due to return early next week for a final site clear-up, to remove the debris from our flat roof, left after the scaffolding was taken down, and the remaining roof tiles and wooden stored on our front lawn.

However, Rachel and I are finally free to really get on with moving stuff about inside the house, unpacking the last of the boxes, deciding where clothes, books, and knick-knacks are going, hanging pictures etc

While we missed our "ready by my birthday" target, we should be sorted by Christmas.

Then it all starts again in January, when we have the first floor bathroom ripped out and replaced!

Alice blends in nicely with the pattern Rachel chose for the stair carpet
I've swept up the bulk of the bobbles since this picture was taken... honestly!
No, really, the carpet doesn't look this messy now - this picture was taken minutes after the fitters left!

Thursday, 21 November 2019

Anya Taylor-Joy Is Emma! Need I Say More?


And a delightful Miranda Hart-playing-Miranda Hart moment at the end of the trailer sealed the deal for me!

Lovecraftian DVD Of The Week: Feed The Light (2014)


As we await Richard Stanley's big budget adaptation of  HP Lovecraft's Colour Out Of Space, I thought it would be a good idea to catch up with the one adaptation (that I am aware of) that I haven't yet seen: Feed The Light.

Available only as an import DVD here in the UK, Feed The Light is a low-budget, subtitled, Swedish indie movie that owes as much - if not more - to David Lynch's stylistic visuals and obfuscated approach to narrative as it does to Lovecraft's original story.

On the hunt for her missing daughter, asthmatic petty criminal Sara Hansson (Lina Sundén) takes a cleaning position at a strange, subterranean warehouse staffed by a lot of peculiar, angry people.

Finding unexpected allies in the janitor, Martin (Martin Jirhamn), and her estranged husband, Jon (Patrik Karlson), Sara begins to unravel the paranormal peculiarities of the labyrinthine warehouse and the odd light that bathes its rooms and corridors.

Writer/director Henrik Möller brings an inspired vision to this contemporary tale, weaving modern technology into a story about Lovecraft's indescribable extraterrestrial "colour" to create a hallucinatory, dreamscape with allusions to stories as diverse as Little Red Hooding Hood, Theseus and The Minotaur, and classic, old school, Dungeons & Dragons adventures.

As Sara navigated the underground maze, I was also reminded, in part, of The Void, while the black and white weirdness took me back to Lynch's seminal Eraserhead.

Although shot primarily in black and white - to represent the world as we see it - with splashes of red for Spielbergian emphasis, Feed The Light dips into other areas of the colour palette when opening the protagonist's eyes (and our own) to the effects of the alien entity.

Faced with shadowy vermin, time distortions, sanity-draining dust, and the inhumanly cruel warehouse boss (Jenny Lampa), Sara is put through the wringer as she plunges deeper into this mind-boggling, metaphorical reimagining of Dante's Inferno.

Möller's seeming unwillingness to fully explain everything is both an asset and an issue in Feed The Light.

It adds to the enigma and Lovecraftian cosmic horror, but also frustrates, leaving the viewer scratching their head and wondering if a rewatch would really be worth their time.

If nothing else, Feed The Light is an inspirational experiment in remixing an HP Lovecraft story from the 1920s into something fresh and original for modern sensibilities.

Beyond its use of Lovecraft's innovative alien creation, the 78-minute, psychological, film - unburdened by the limitations of its low-budget - makes use of some very clever ideas, optical illusions, and plot twists to capture that fear of the unknown so prevalent in the source material.

Ahead Of Tomorrow's Season Three, Here's A Recap Of The Dragon Prince Saga So Far...



I know what I'm watching tomorrow (after this week's episode of The Good Place, of course!)

Rachel's Advent-Fu Was At The Top Of Its Game This Year!


My wonderful, generous, wife has outdone herself again.

I've talked before about our passion for advent calendars in this house (something to do with 'free' chocolate, I think), but this year - complementing the ones her parents got us - she managed to find this amazing Marvel Advent Calendar.

This baby came from Asda, and sold like hot cakes. It was originally a tenner, but I've seen third-party sellers asking £25 on Amazon!

The calendar doesn't contain chocolate, instead its interior pockets contain 24 mini-comics.

I haven't peeked inside yet, so don't know what they're like or what characters they feature.

But really that's just being persnickety. They're comic books! In lieu of chocolates!

Alice had a sniff around, which gives you an idea of the scale of this beast.

You can also compare, below, with the traditional calendars we got from Rachel's parents - one for me, one for Rachel, and one for Alice (Barney isn't fussed about advent treats, preferring his usual nibbles)!

More news once I open the calendar on December 1 and read the first Christmas comic...

Wednesday, 20 November 2019

#RPG Unboxing Pathfinder Goblin Village...

Paizo's Pathfinder Battles - Legendary Adventures: Goblin Village

Long-suffering readers of HeroPress will know of my passion for pig-faced orcs, however running these porcine beauties a close second in the humanoid monster hit parade are Pathfinder's melon-headed goblins.

THIS is a goblin in my canon
Much like my eternal quest for new miniature sculpts of pig-faced orcs, I'm always on the lookout for new Pathfinder goblins, especially as most are released as pre-painted miniatures.

The other day, this journey took me to an unexpected place: the discovery that Paizo (publishers of Pathfinder and producers of the goblin miniatures) had released a whole goblin village box set of terrain.

The Pathfinder Battles - Legendary Adventures: Goblin Village wasn't cheap but I justified it to myself that it was my birthday (ignoring all the books and Kickstarters that I'd also used that excuse for in recent weeks).

When it arrived I couldn't have been happier.

The huge box contained a two-part large hut, two small huts, two bonfires, a pig pen and "magic pig", a child cage (plus goblin children), a casual goblin chief and his throne, a couple of junk piles, a junk statue, and palisade walls (including a gate, with a locking bar).

All of it is painted and ready to use out of the box; the bonfires have their flames cast in translucent plastic with hollow bases, so you could get clever with teeny-tiny lights and create real flickering flame effects.

There's no rules material (stats etc) here, this is purely miniatures and terrain, thus making it perfect for any gamesmaster (or wargamer) with penchant for goblins, regardless of what rules system they use.

The chieftain is a bit difficult to seat properly on his throne and the the child cage requires some gentle twisting to get it to stand straight, but neither of these minor issues are deal-breakers. Both are easily dealt with and common issues encountered with plastic miniatures.

I'd originally thought to keep this village a "secret" to unveil to the Tuesday Knights at some later date, but it's going to be months - if not years - before I get to run the game I've been creating and so I thought: why wait?

The contents and introduction (note: I fall squarely in the OTHER "fantasy roleplaying game" user)
Contents slid out of the box
Even the interior of the  box is designed for use as a dungeon encounter mat
The contents set out on our dining room table
The village set up on my gaming table
The village gates creak open in welcome
The terrifying scrap statue helps keep the penned the goblin children in line
The jaunty chieftain keeps his goblin toes warm by the fire

What's With The Watchmen And Mirror Guy's Squid Shelter?



I am attempting to show restraint about heaping praise on Watchmen until it has finished.

So far, it has been incredibly absorbing and intriguing... but then so was Lost, right up until the moment it wasn't.

As I've said several times on this blog, I'm now wary of anything that Damon Lindelof is so centrally involved with as he's fantastic on the build-up, but doesn't always stick the landing.

But it's hard with this. I find I'm biting my tongue and sitting on my hands, to stop me singing my praises from the rooftops... and all across HeroPress.

It's supposed to be a single-season, self-contained story (but then it also wasn't supposed to be a direct sequel to the original comic books...), so I only have to hold back the gushing for another month.

Or, if it ends like Lost, stay strangely quiet.

Weird Wednesday...

If There's One Thing A Star Wars Trailer Never Fails To Deliver, It's Goosebumps...

Wonder Woman Wednesday...

Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Rick and Morty Crash Lands On E4 In The UK Tomorrow Night...




When it was originally announced that season four of Rick and Morty wouldn't be shown in the UK until early next year there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth...

So much so, that Channel 4 has relented and the new season will now debut tomorrow (Wednesday) night, just a couple of weeks after it aired in the States.

Season Four of Rick and Morty begins at 10pm on E4.

To help keep your pump primed here are some classic moments from earlier seasons:

#RPG Four New Classes For Vigilante City...

Thank you, Justin!

Mail call today included a wonderful Vigilante City 'zine from my friend Justin Isaac, of The Lone Bards.

The 'zine, which Justin gave out at State-side conventions this year, includes four new character classes for Bloat Games' gorgeous street-level superheroes game (which I unboxed the other day).

Written by Justin, with art and layout by Josh Beckelhimer, the classes are: Paragon (bringing a Superman-like character to the 'streets'), Amazon (does what it says on the tin), Sentinel (play an animated gargoyle); and Super Fan (an obsessive geek who knows 'everything' about superheroing).

A fun little read, guaranteed to inspire ideas for Vigilante City characters, the 'zine also fits nicely in the box that the full game arrived in.

Crow Is Returning To The World Of Hawk The Slayer - Why Haven't You?



As the Kickstarter to fund the official audio adaptation of the legendary sword-and-sorcery film, Hawk The Slayer, inches towards its funding goal, it has been revealed that Ray Charleson will be reprising his cinematic role as Crow the elfin bowman.

Graham Richards, the mastermind behind the full-cast audio project, announced:
"The “last of his kind,” elfin bowman Crow will be rapid-firing his way through the audio adaptation of Hawk the Slayer.

"This time we'll get to hear a bit more from the character, as he recounts some of the history of the mindstone.

"In conversation today, Ray is happy that there is still some love for this fantastic tale, and that there is hope for the future.
"
The Kickstarter runs until December 4, and if it gets far enough into stretchgoal territory that will open up the prospect of adapting the (so far) unfilmed sequels - Hawk The Hunter and Hawk The Destroyer - to the audio format.

Check out the campaign's fundraiser page to see the various investor incentives, then pledge your gold coins to ensure the legacy of Hawk The Slayer lives on.


Dark Days Ahead As Cloak & Dagger Crossover With The Runaways...


I really, really hope that Disney+ decides to pick up this series, because I absolutely love Runaways and will miss it terribly if it's gone for good after this final season.

Comics Without Context...

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