WOW! 2016 is nearly over! How time flies! Today it’s New Year’s Eve, and it’s time to look back and reflect on what 2016 has been like! My ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog has gone from strength and strength this past year! Here are some highlights of what I’ve enjoyed from 2016! Continue reading →
Last Wednesday, I saw ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ at the cinema! I greatly enjoyed ‘Rogue One’! It was an interesting and entertaining film that isn’t part of the main ‘Star Wars’ saga of movies. It’s more of a side-story featuring characters in a standalone setting within the ‘Star Wars’ movie series. Continue reading →
Today, my ‘Doctor Who’ review on ‘The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure’ with Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor is now online!
This is a four episode story featuring the Sixth Doctos and how he comes to the end of his life when he faces against the Valeyard and regenerates into the Seventh Doctor! It’s a really exciting box set of four stories and shows Colin Baker at his best in his final adventure as the Sixth Doctor by Big Finish! 🙂 Continue reading →
This is a review on one of my Mum’s Christmas presents for this year!
Before the 1995 BBC drama serial with Colin Firth and the 2005 film with Keira Knightley, there was a 1940 film of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ with Laurence Olivier. I bet you didn’t know about that, as this film is rarely talked about. Continue reading →
Here on ‘Bradley’s Basement’, I’ve added my three CD reviews on the first trilogy featuring the Sixth Doctor and Constance Clarke. The trilogy stars Colin Baker as the Doctor and Miranda Raison as Constance. Continue reading →
By the time you read this, I’ll be in Cardiff off to see ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ at the cinema!
I’d like to make a little tribute to Carrie Fisher, the actress who played Princess Leia in the ‘Star Wars’ movies! I’m deeply saddened to hear the news that Carrie Fisher passed away this week. I know that many ‘Star Wars’ fans will be devastated and deeply miss her as she was well-loved as Princess Leia. Continue reading →