Posts in the Category: Robin’s Reviews

The Jack-the-Ripper-Special vol. 1!

Queensryche – London

Quite an old song by Queensryche from the 1986 release Rage For Order is London.

The lyrics are about Jack-the-Ripper and are quite Poe-esque (Edgar wrote more than one story where a narrating psychopath sobs about his own …

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This Is Spinal Tap

For the millionth time, Robin saw the mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap by Rob Reiner (director) and Christopher Guest, who plays the role of Nigel Tuflin and wrote the script together with Reiner (and others). The ultimate satire for anyone …

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Albert Camus – Myth of Sisyphus

Albert Camus – Myth of Sisyphus 

 

Robin got the chance to read an essay by Albert Camus that made its author famous: Myth of Sisyphus.

In a nutshell: it suggests that there is no objective meaning of life at all and that …

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I am legend.

On recommendation and inspired by fatal pandemics and virus outbreaks Robin watched the post-apocalyptic film “I am Legend” with Will Smith from 2007.

In the novel of the same name by Richard Matheson it turns out at the end that the …

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The Babysitter (2017)

Robin saw the adventure/horror/comedy flic The Babysitter from 2017 and is intrigued.
It is about Cole, a 12-year-old boy, who is a bullied and adolescent underdog at the beginning but matures into a real hero – and that in the guise …

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