Tag Archives: 9/11

Homeland has become a mess, but I can’t stop watching it.

Look, I’m a complete sucker for literature of the spy and espionage genre, particularly John le Carré’s works in relation to the Cold War. This applies to on screen efforts too, be it films such as ‘Spy Game’, ‘Day of … Continue reading

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Essential Listening: Scott Walker – The Drift (2006)

Because it’s so diverse, there are many ways to approach Scott Walker’s discography. Most tend to discover him from his earliest, most popular, incarnation, either as part of The Walker Brothers, or after he went solo with a string of … Continue reading

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