This is an excellent 8th Doctor Story, with Simon Pegg in it too. I haven’t heard it for a long time, but when I did I really enjoyed it, so I’m looking forward to hearing it again soon.
Great news. I saw this at the Edinburgh Festival last year and it was truly amazing, so I’m definitely going to see it again. You can find the details at the Battersea Art Centre site.
I finally got around to buying the DVD of the Blues Brothers a few weeks ago but only watched it this weekend. I got the extended version which has a lot of deleted scenes in it. It has an interesting effect on the film to be honest. It feels looser and more relaxed that the cinematic release, but it is of course a fair bit longer.
It’s great to see it again though. It’s one of those films that I think everyone should see at least once.
Ok, just a few days into my netflix trial and I’ll tell you the biggest problem with the service. It keeps cutting out! It too me 21 minutes to watch the end of an TV programme that was 10 minutes long. Just because the service kept stopping.
Whilst that’s not the end of the world on a mobile device where I can do something else while I wait, if I was watching on a big screen and that kept happening with a movie, that would be unacceptable. I mean who would watch a 2 hour film if it took 4 hours to view?
Well, there’ll be no more posts about old apps running on my iPhone 3G as I gave it away to someone who needed it more than I did. So from now on I’ll have to restrict myself to newer apps and see where I go using my iPhone 4 a bit more.
There probably won’t be too much less in the way of mobile music related posting, but not so much on the older iOS app front.