Today I completed a review of one of my favourite Rathbone and Holmes films, Sherlock Holmes and the House of Fear. It’s definitely the most classical mystery story in the series, and has some of the best performances from the regulars. Lestrade, especially, has some awesome scenes.
Today I finished off the House Of Fear review – I’ll edit it and add pictures soon.
Today I completed the synopsis writeup of Sherlock Holmes and the House of Fear, which is a LOT better than I remember. Looking forward to writing my conclusions on it.
More writing on the next Holmes review. Need to tear the novel chapter to bits on Saturday morning and figure out what I want to do with it.
Having a crisis in the latest novel chapter that requires more brainpower than I have after a twelve hour day, I decided to dive into the next Sherlock. He’s off to Scotland where mysterious deaths and life insurance are going together as they usually do.
Wandering down the river, bringing a character from one side of the story over to the other. Also trying to work in Dublin’s most famous bridge, of course.
Today’s scribbling was (due to brain fatigue) the introduction for the next Sherlock review. House of Fear, which is based on Doyle’s The Five Orange Pips. I don’t know when I’ll actually get to it, though. I do want to get back to 1928 Dublin pretty soon.