A packet of Roll ups appears to jump off the shelf, completely unaided, and sprawls across the floor. There's no footage of any apparition or ghostly images, just this packet that moves by itself...
However, there is someone in the store while this is happening, so I suppose it is possible that it has been engineered - invisible fishing wire, for example. Inexplicable events do occur and there have bee...
Posted by Andrea Lake on Monday, April 30, 2012,
I tend to shy away from remakes as
a rule because they tend to compare poorly against their predecessors.It appears that the majority of the fans of
the first film are pretty loyal to this theme.
However, I do note something
special in this particular film.It was brought
up to date with a video blog scene where the blogger falls asleep and has his
face smashed into the camera…It doesn’t
add much, but it’s a clever touch!One
that Robert Englund himself might well have approv...
Posted by Andrea Lake on Thursday, April 26, 2012,
I've just had my hands on this manuscript of new author, Anthony Lund. This particular yarn features a plot to kill Death, also known as Grim Alfonso Reaper. If you are familiar with the work of Terry Pratchett, then this book will definitely appeal to you, although this particular story is set between various places on earth as well as parts of Hell. Grim has to uncover the truth about who is trying to kill him and also find a way to bring about his character restoration as well as bring ... Continue reading ...
Posted by Andrea Lake on Sunday, April 1, 2012,
I was thrilled to see golden oldie Poltergeist
on the television this week. The story is straight-forward enough; a
ghostly presence takes control of the house and the youngest child,
Carol Ann, who was actually born in the house starts talking to
people through the television set. Alas, her parents think she is
playing until she starts yelling at the screen. More paranormal
activity takes effect, and furniture starts moving of its own