- a post-apocalyptic nightmare set in a post-rabies Britain (warning: absolutely bleak). A Gun For George
- a short film about crime-writer Terry Finch
, author of the 70s Kentish fiction masterpieces The Reprisalizer
. [more inside]
Twenty-five years ago today, southern England and northern France were struck by the Great Storm of 1987
. Although the storm did not go entirely unforecast
, the exact track and ferocity of the storm were not as predicted, and the resulting devastation
killed at least 22 people, and destroyed
six of the seven oak trees that are symbolic of the eponymous town of Sevenoaks
, in Kent. [more inside]
"You're going nowhere, son. Just you, me ad the walls. So wipe that bloody grin off before it's shot off, and don't slouch. You toe rag. You
bin. Pay attention when I break you. And break you I will, boy. You're in my manor, now."
Buck up! It's Terry Finch's THE REPRISALIZER!
Follow Bob Shuter
, whose mission of reprisal against his brother's killers, their families, associates, progeny and property takes him across the desolate wasteland of 70s Britain, primarily Kent AKA FINCHLAND
. Finch, writer of The Reprisalizer and DRAW!
, the cowboy whose name means death, is soon to be the subject of a major motion picture
from Matthew Holness, creator of Garth Marenghi's Darkplace
Epic Theft? Epic Fail. "Steve Bovis, Tim Croucher and Laurence Francis, all from Maidstone, have dreamt of seeing
Limbo of the Lost played across the globe since they first started discussing the game 10 years ago."*
Conceived in the 90s as an Amiga 1200
title, the three Kentish lads went with the PC for the decades-deferred realization of their creative dream
. Unfortunately, the long-delayed release of Limbo of the Lost
is leaving reviewers with a profound sense of deja vu
, as if they've seen this game somewhere before
... [more inside]
Do you know this man?
The identity of a man found wandering on a beach in Sheppey, Kent, wearing an evening suit and who will not talk but who expertly plays piano concertos for hours is baffling the police