Archive for The Notebook

Lock-Up

Posted in FILM, Theatre with tags , , , , on December 7, 2017 by dcairns

Since this tiny “blogathon” concludes on a Thursday this year (officially), in many ways its centrepiece is The Forgotten, and I have an exciting one — HELLO OUT THERE, from a play by William Saroyan, James Whale’s unreleased final work, available to view at The Notebook. A cri de coeur from the author of The Time of Your Life and the auteur of FRANKENSTEIN.

Watch it!

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Night of Passion / Rites of Passage

Posted in FILM with tags , , , on November 29, 2017 by dcairns

The Forgotten returns, over at The Notebook, after a long Thanksgiving break, with an early Sid Furie, just before we plunge into the world of late cinema. It’s a goodie!

Umm, the link’s not live yet. I’ll let ou know when it is.

EDIT: We’re live!

Poles Apart

Posted in FILM with tags , , , , on November 9, 2017 by dcairns

The Forgotten once again tackles a surreal and alarming but of animation, this time from Poland, lending credence to Quentin Crisp’s dictum that said nation is, perhaps, “not so much a country, more a disturbed state of mind.” But I’d rather be that than a country any day.