Tearing Down The House – A Love Affair With ‘Not The Nine O’Clock News’
The art of the alternative comedy era was firstly, one of excitement and anti establishment. Hardly a ground breaking prospect when you think about it in today’s terms, yet a show like ‘Not The Nine o’clock News,’ was floodlit in it’s forward thinking, surrealism in the same light as Python in the Sixties and The Goons further back in the Fifties. Young comics were suddenly given the full park to charge around in. They could think, act and perform in every way or shape possible. Since making social comment a joke had been something only left to the domestic absurdities through situation comedy in ‘Father, Dear Father,’ or ‘Bless This House,’ now, all at once, the man in the street or the blind woman crossing the road was open to ventfuls of ridicule. Young talents could create comedy out of every day life, far from the comforting surroundings of behind the front door.Games and Movies For the PSP
I know that you have been staying up late at night trying to figure out a way to get your movies on your PSP. I’m sure all the guys on the block have done it so why can’t you?How Do I Choose A Dvd Rental Company?
With so many choices for online DVD rentals, how can you choose? This quick, informative article can help you begin renting movies online today!The AFI Top 100 Films #2 Casablanca
The second greatest film of all time according the AFI. A classic, a beautiful film and a reminder of all things Hollywood before Hollywood became so-well, Hollywood.Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams
A study of the nature of reality in Kurosawa’s Dreams.The Basics of Anime-From A-Z
An A-Z rundown of all the things you need to know to get your basic Anime education.The IMDB Top 100 Films #2 The Shawshank Redemption
The second film from IMDB’s top 100 movies as voted by their users, The Shawshank RedemptionA Weekend In Rutland or How I Survived 24 Hours In Tunbridge Wells
The ex president of Footlights at Cambridge came to us as being one of the most forward thinking comedy writers of the 20th Century, leading the path already paved by performers such as Peter Sellers and Kenneth Williams. Idle had been a solo writer from his days at Python so working on an idea created from the depths of his own brain was not a difficult concept to perform. From originally thinking of an project based around a spoof radio station (strangely, Radio Five, was to be the title,) Idle was convinced that the general idea of a ‘spoof something’ was to be a winning show. Yet, after two years of two series and one Christmas special, the ‘studio’ of Rutland Weekend television closed it’s doors and hung up the ‘To Let’ sign outside.DIRECTV vs. Dish Network – Which Is Better For You?
When it comes to satellite television, there are basically two choices – DIRECTV or Dish Network. Which one is better for your needs?A Quick Biography of Bette Davis
Do you know that Bette Davis thought she was unattractive? You can be sure that this view was not shared by her millions of fans through the years. There are a lot of information and details about the acting career and life of Bette Davis that are still unknown. Let me share with you some more of the fascinating facts about this incomparable star.Who is Your Favorite Animation Character
Do you love cartoons and animated films? Well, I do and they are my favorite means of entertainment. When I was young, I would always rush home from school to see my favorite animation character on TV. In this modern day and age, animation is much more sophisticated.AFI’s Top 100 Films – #1 Citizen Kane
A brief history and synopsis of the number film of all time, Citizen Kane, and everything Orson Welles endured to live with his creation.