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Gilbert Speaks on “Dead to Me” S01

16 May

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There is a new TV series on Netflix, and if you like dark comedy, then you need the first season of Dead to Me. Secrets can damage the best of friendships, but when a secret concerns murder, then expect the unexpected. Continue reading

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Gilbert Speaks on “Killing Eve” S02 E06

13 May

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I think last night’s episodes of both Killing Eve, and Game of Thrones, left fans a bit confused as to what the hell was happening with their favorite charactors. My friend and fellow Biff Bam Pop blogger, James Knipp had the harder job of doing his review, where I had to figure out who was more the blame for Eve’s and Niko’s marital problems. Sometimes being a sociopath has its benefits as Villanelle infiltrates the Peele family. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks: An Interview with John Brito on “Below the Floor”

10 May

 

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When you write books, or blog, you get to meet the most wonderful and talented people. When I first started blogging, it was to connect to other writers. It can be a little scary sending your dreams and ideas out into the cyber universe…there are some scary people out there. Luckily, I have only connected to beautiful souls with beautiful stories to tell. One of these beautiful souls is writer, John Brito. John is from Austria, but that hasn’t stopped us from supporting each other over the years. I am so delighted to talk to him about his new book, Below the Floor. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on Sticky Wicket

10 May

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Ewart Rouse is a fellow writer and member of the South Jersey Writers’ Group. I had posted an interview with Ewart Rouse on his love for the game of cricket and his Sticky Wicket series in May of 2016 on my Gilbert Curiosities Blog. You can read about it here. I am very excited to learn that Ewart has added two new books to the series. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Killing Eve” S02 E05

6 May

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In this episode of “Killing Eve” MI6 has to break the Ghost but nothing is working until Eve mentions Villanelle. This gets an unexpected reaction from the Ghost who calls Villanelle “The Egg Ghost…the Demon with no face.” It seems that Villanelle is even scary to other hired assassins…and maybe this is why we love her. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on Grandfatherly Advice with Author James Knipp

4 May

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I am blessed to belong to one of the best writers’ groups on the East coast. This is where I had originally met James Knipp. James is a talented writer and blogger, and if you want to keep up with the series finale of Game of Thrones, then jump over to Biff Bam Pop for his weekly review. I enjoyed reading Stuff Every Grandfather Should Know. It’s a great book filled with humorous advice, now join me for my interview with the author. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Killing Eve” S02 E04

29 Apr

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Can Konstantin control his fashionista killing machine? Will Eve capture the Ghost? Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Killing Eve” S02 E03

22 Apr

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In this episode of “Killing Eve” Konstantin gives advice to Eve on parasites, and we see just how dangerously addicted Eve and Villanelle are to each other. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Killing Eve” S02 E02

15 Apr

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Holy Bates Motel! What happens when a Russian Assassin meets a wacko version of Norman Bates? Find out on this week’s recap of Killing Eve. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Strange Interlude”

12 Apr

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This past week, the Turner Movie Classics offered up a few gems featuring women as very capable detectives. After watching Murder She Said, The Lady Vanishes, and the comical Penguin Pool Murder, I encountered one of the strangest movies, I have ever watched. Strange Interlude might actually make it to my Granny’s Insomnia Theatre Collection. Here is why… Continue reading