Horror movies work on human anxieties built into us, but why do we have the fear of the almost human doppelgänger?READ MORE..
An appreciation of HAMMER HORROR films, the most memorable often featuring CHRISTOPHER LEE and/or PETER CUSHING.READ MORE..
I recently found old faded samples of some of the first drawings I ever had “published”; some fan art submitted to BANTHA TRACKS, the 1970s/80s STAR WARS fan club newsletter. Soon after my 13 year old mind was thoroughly blown by STAR WARS in 1977, I saw an ad in a magazine (probably a 1978 … Read more
One of the greats of 1970s Ozploitation is MAD MAX: The Wasteland Ronin!READ MORE..
As a follow up to some Star Trek TV sketching we did months ago, Julia and I did more sketch nights of Star Trek: The Next Generation.READ MORE..
Old plot details (and fan-enthusiasm!) refreshed by a Netflix marathon, we recently watched the theatrical big screen debut of the 12th (or is it 13th?) actor to play DOCTOR WHO– that alien space/time traveller in the big blue box. As with last year’s 50th Birthday episode, likewise screened in movie theatres worldwide, this feature-length episode, entitled … Read more
Here are some left-handed drawings from recent TV sketch nights drawing Star Trek.READ MORE..
I keep alight many memories of childhood wonder, trying to hold onto them lightly lest they break, or become twisted.READ MORE..
Here’s a Pin-up I just finished last night for John Hoffman‘s NUN WITH TWO GUNS comic book, which is the culmination of several years of doodling on his part. A while back, John co-created this character with his buddy Warwick J Caldwell, and now, after a few years of random drawings by both of them, … Read more