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When I was younger, so much, much, much younger than today, there was a television show. Then, when I was a little older, they added a second channel and we got a second show. Eventually that led to four channels and lots more shows. One of those shows was Peter Gunn.
Peter Gunn was a private eye show that aired on NBC then ABC from September 22, 1958 until September 18, 1961. It starred Craig Stevens as the eponymous P.I. and is probably best remembered for its jazz sound track and the theme song written by Henry Mancini. Even if you’ve never seen an episode of the show, I’ll bet you’ve heard the theme song.
I’ll also bet you don’t think I’m here to write about a TV theme song. There, you’d be correct. I’m here to write about the show. Specifically, Season 1, Episode 28, the April 6, 1959 episode, »
- Bob Ingersoll
When Secret Cinema announced its latest project as Back to the Future, we and pretty much the entire world were extremely excited.
Cut to 1pm today (June 4), and tickets for the immersive cinema experience went on sale. Unfortunately, as the event was not so secret as usual, this led to the inevitable crash of the internet, as seemingly everyone (including this writer) struggled to get tickets (and at the time of writing, still is).
A combination of 404 errors, long waiting times and lack of updates led to many Back to the Future fans taking to Twitter to vent their frustrations, as the only way to handle such an annoyance is to moan together.
Here are just a handful of such comments, complete with various Bttf references:
@secretcinema "Better get used to these bars kid" #SecretHillValley pic.twitter.com/hHcfrMBUfk
— Adrian Brown (@_AdrianBrown) June 4, 2014
I can feel the tickets disappearing like »
Update: The first full review has now emerged. You can check it out here.
Sony has been absolutely bombarding us with marketing material for Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2. From clips to trailers to TV spots and everything in between, the studio is doing everything they can to make sure that we’re all ready for Spidey’s next adventure.
The film opens in the Us on May 2nd but will be arriving in the UK a bit earlier, on April 16th. Since critics across the pond are only a week or so away from seeing the film, Sony has begun screening it and today, some early reactions have hit the web. For the most part, they’re pretty positive, with the majority of people gushing over the movie. There are, however, a few less than enthusiastic Tweets. It’s obviously impossible to please everyone but I’m »
- Matt Joseph
Really enjoyed The Amazing #SpiderMan 2. Andrew Garfield is fantastic. The closest comic book to screen Spidey so far. — Craig Stevens (@craigstevens) April 8, 2014 By gum, did I enjoy The Amazing Spider-Man 2. By gum, by gum, by gum! — Jayne Nelson (@kakapojayne) April 8, 2014 Amazing Spider-Man 2 was almost amazing. Far too much Avengers style world building and tone is all over the place but still V good — Alex Boultwood (@Direlogue) April 8, 2014 The Amazing #Spiderman 2 gets it all quite right: emotional punches, humor, thematic strength & character development. A. Garfield is superb — Francesco Cerniglia (@FrankieDaWriter) April 8, 2014 The Amazing #SpiderMan 2 is so funny, so moving, and the chemistry between Peter and Gwen is incredible. Go see it! — Holly Hewlett (@hollyhewlett) April 8, 2014 Amazing Spider-man 2: Terrible. Not so much a movie as a bunch of scenes, almost none of which are any good. — olilyttelton (@olilyttelton) April 8, 2014 Aww »
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