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Sunday, 17 December 2017

5D Podcast: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Beware spoilers!! - Because in this edition of the 5D Podcast Stuart & Zack discuss a little film that may have escaped your notice on it's release this week - Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Friday, 8 December 2017

5D Podcast: Ep 4 - Star Wars Battlefront II and some games/movies crosso...

5D Podcast: Ep 4 is now out - There really is nowhere to hide!

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Friday, 1 December 2017

5D conversation with Travis Bain

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Saturday, 25 November 2017

5D Podcast: Ep 3 - The Walking Dead, The Punisher & a comic book team fa...


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Saturday, 28 October 2017

5D Podcast - Ep1: The Dream team face-off.


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Saturday, 30 September 2017

5D Conversation with actor William Kircher - (Bifur from The Hobbit)


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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Roger Moore - The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970)

There are a number of supposedly undeniable laws of cinema that people seem to believe are absolute beyond all scientific deniability. For example, Law number 1; Roger Moore's only major acting skill in portraying any emotion was to raise an eyebrow ( just one at a time mind you). Law number 2; George Lucas lost the plot with The Phantom Menace (Yes Jar Jar Binks, I'm talking about you) . Then of course there is Law number 3; the old chestnut, that The Exorcist is the most terrifying movie ever ever made.......ever.

Now on the face of it, those three laws of cinema are pretty much water tight in their assumptions. I personally love The Phantom Menacebut even putting aside the absolute annoyance (& not to mention racist undertones) of Mr Binks and the sheer total mind wrenching annoyance of the brat kid who played Annakin, much of the movie is something of a meandering & soulless piece of cinema. The Exorcist is a great film I agree. It frequently tops various all time favourite horror film lists with it's incredibly frightening set pieces, a stunning ensemble cast and eminently quotable sections of dialogue. (It's not MY personal favourite, but it's up there somewhere). Finally, yes it's a well known fact that Roger Moore couldn't really act, even if his life depended on it. We all love him, he may not be a favourite bond ( he is actually mine), but we all snicker a little at his limited acting range. 
Well actually, dear reader, on that last point we may be quite wrong. In fact I would argue that people would be very, very wrong. For you see, Roger could act when given the right role, and boy was he given the right role in a little known 1970 psychological thriller/horror called The Man who haunted himself.

Just why this gem of British thrillers is still largely ignored outside its' small but loyal cult following will be discussed shortly. Suffice to say at this point, that it is criminal that it doesn't have a much wider following.

The story is taken from a short story from the  'Alfred Hitchcock presents' series. It features a very British, a very strait laced upper middle class character called Harold Pelham. "Hmm, so far that doesn't sound too much of a stretch for Mr Moore" I hear you say........well, hold on a moment, there's more. Harold is a very successful business executive in a large electronics company whose life reflects his very conservative outlook on life; 

He is your archetypal Bowler hat and umbrella brigade, he takes few chances, his relationship with his wife lacks passion, oh, he also has a rather unfortunate moustache. Still not convinced? Well lets continue.


All is running smoothly in Harold's world until one day when he is involved in a terrible car accident. The reason for the car accident seems either to be a panic attack or possibly some sort of momentary demonic possession of Harold that forces the car off the road at high speed. Needing emergency surgery he is taken straight to hospital where, whilst on the operating table, he is declared clinically dead. This is until suddenly a double heartbeat is seen momentarily in the scanner just before Harold then starts to slowly recover his vitals. 

After a long convalescence in hospital he's eventually released, only to find that his beautifully ordered world has been turned upside down. Harold soon discovers that a precise double of him has recently been seen in places that he's never been, and has upsurged his place as head of the family. His business has been undermined as a merger that he previously actively opposed has now taken place. It seems that he has even had the gumption to undertake an extramarital affair. This 'other' Harold seems to have a distinct taste for the high life.

At first he thinks that this is all some elaborate practical joke played by his family & friends. However , the number of occasions when he is confronted with stories of people having dealings with him when he couldn't have possibly been there lead Harold to start doubting his own sanity. So the question is  whether Harold is going insane or has his life been taken over by a malicious double of himself?

This is one of the great strengths of this movie, as from the moment Harold leaves the hospital and starts to 'discover' that he may have a doppelganger, the audience is left guessing right to the end about what is actually taking place. Are the series of events merely delusions of Harold lying unconscious in his hospital bed, is he suffering from Dissociative identity disorder or is he in fact really being forced out of his own life by his alter-ego? Consequently, the movie on one level becomes an exercise in examining the human condition. Psychological explanations start to abound in ones mind - Freudians would cream themselves trying to analyse the battle emanating from his unconscious between his Id (the new, bad, exciting and lustful Harold) and his superego (the old staid, conservative and rather boring Harold). 

Clinical Psychologists would counter that (nonsense) with the argument that Harold's disorder is thought to stem from trauma , in this case, physical and mental trauma from the car accident. That Harold's separate dual personalities are in fact  a coping mechanism. Or, as the rest of us may argue, this is a supernatural event and that a doppelganger has indeed being created and now it's a battle between the two to see who will come out the winner. I'll leave that up to you if and when you get to see the film.


So this brings me back to addressing one of the laws of cinema. Namely, Roger Moore's limited acting ability. Moore himself has gone on record as saying that this is the only movie he ever appeared in that he was allowed to 'act'. Always regarded as a pretty boy leading man, firstly in the 60's television series, The Saint, then with Tony Curtis in The Persuaders and finally as a certain secret agent chappie - all a good body of work no doubt in which no-one of sound mind could deny the charm and humour be brought to his roles. 

The problem was that none of these roles tested the RADA trained actor as he fast became a hostage to the typecasting roles that came his way. On the one hand Moore is far too much of a gentleman to complain about this situation, after all he has gained riches and fame on the basis of a perceived lack of acting range. However, it is clear from numerous interviews that he feels  this movie, out of everything he has ever been involved in, is clearly his best work. He isn't wrong.

Quite simply, he is a revelation in this role, or rather, roles. He is on camera in virtually every scene of the film as either the good or bad character. This revelation may be in part due to the fact that he was directed by one of the finest of British directors, Basil Dearden, who had previously been responsible for such cinematic classics as The Assassination BureauKhartoum and Dead of Night. Dearden brings out in Moore a performance of genuine depth and conviction that perfectly conveys the range of emotions in his character which start from vague confusion and ending in raging fear and unrelenting paranoia. Not only does Dearden let Moore show the true range of his acting abilities he moves the pace of the movie along at a cunningly effective pace until the final thrilling climax. I won't spoil the ending for those that haven't seen it, but the final scenes where Harold finally 'see's the truth are spellbinding, traumatic and thoroughly effective.

Sadly, this was to be Basil Dearden's final movie as shortly after he was decapitated in a car accident in virtually one of the locations where he had filmed only months before.

So why is The Man who haunted Himself  a triumph of supernatural story telling and yet performed poorly on it's initial release? Indeed, to this day the film has yet to attain the level of acclaim that other releases that suffered the same initial fate have now garnered. I will be the first to admit that some aspects of the movie haven't aged as well as some of its contemporaries of that era, the musical soundtrack for one. However, it's partly because of how it's aged which I suggest actually gives it an added charm. I think the reason why it is underrated is two-fold. 

Firstly, Moore has gone on record in his autobiography that the movie had no chance from the moment it was completed due to the amateurish marketing and diabolical under promotion on  the film's behalf. It's not an uncommon problem, British horror has historically suffered from lacklustre or inaccurate marketing and publicity campaigns. Movies such as The Wicker Man, now regarded quite rightly as classics of their genre's, suffered from problematic theatrical releases but have gained huge status in the intervening years. 

The Man who haunted Himself has not achieved that modern day classic status, which brings me onto the 2nd reason for it's continuing obscurity; and that it Roger Moore himself. In the 1980's the satirical puppet show Spitting Image featured a long-running joke about Roger's acting (or rather lack of) ability. Scenes would feature his director pleading with him to show anger, the puppet Moore would respond by raising his left eyebrow. The director would then ask for fear, the right eyebrow would be raised…..you get the picture? 


The fact is is that Moore has never been taken seriously as an actor by the general public, and also by various 'film critics' that quite frankly should know better. When I am king of the world (and its only a matter of time) I will make it my first job to make sure sure everyone gets the chance to watch this masterpiece. Because my friends, one of cinema's laws has been broken, Roger Moore can act.








This article can also be found via the 5D website www.5d-blog.com. There you can find a veritable feast of blog articles, news items, pictures and and other mouth-watering salutations to the gods of the geeks and the nerds. We have now inherited the earth, you know.

The website currently gains in the region of 2000 hits per month and the blog articles separately receive in the region of 5000 page views each month. 

5D has decided to tip it's own geeky toe in the world of Patreon. If you decide to become a 5D patron then there are a who host of geeky perks available to backers - many of which simply will not be available on our website of blog. If you feel that you would like to become a 5D patron then feel free to check out our Patreon page RIGHT HERE




In addition the 5D website now has PayPal Donate button. Any donations kindly made will be fed directly back to help with a podcast materials, competition prizes and other general costs etc. If you wish to contribute to the exciting growth of the website & blog then we here at 5D headquarters would be eternally grateful. If you would like your contribution to be acknowledged publicly then simply send a message via the website’s contact section and we’ll send you some love!

If all that was enough to entice to 5D land, should any of you fine people out there wish to advertise on the 5D website then have a look at the offer below.

Saturday, 13 May 2017

Inner Ghosts Press Release - "Inner Ghosts goes to Cannes"

“INNER GHOSTS” GOES TO CANNES IN MID KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN.
By Sophia Bianchi May 9, 2017

LISBON, PORTUGAL – After launching a Kickstarter campaign on April 30th, the INNER GHOSTS team received several enquiries from sales companies and film festivals impressed by the horror film’s teaser and early campaign success. As a result, the managing team will be attending the Marché du Film at the Cannes International Film Festival.

According to Paulo Leite, producer of INNER GHOSTS, “the idea of leaving the campaign for a week seemed absurd. However, this opportunity is too good, and as a result, we won’t be leaving the campaign: we are moving the whole campaign to Cannes with us.”

The campaign had originally scheduled a series of daily videos, frequent broadcasts and exclusive new materials like new posters and rewards. “It will all still happen” – says Paulo Leite – “but instead of my office wall behind me, we’ll have the Cannes Palais as the backdrop! Perhaps that will add a different dimension to our broadcasts and make us add new subjects to our videos.”

The “INNER GHOSTS” Kickstarter campaign reached 66% of its goal in only one week. One of the most successful rewards was a very expensive one: the $499 reward where the backer receives a visit from the producer and a number of work sessions where Paulo Leite will discuss with the backer any issue related to the backer’s own project: “I hope we’ll be able to spend some productive time together both during the visit and the online meetings.” As for the reason for those rewards, he says: “we wanted to go further than just the t-shirt or the DVD. We want to bring to the table two values that last longer: knowledge and networking.”

“INNER GHOSTS” is a Portuguese/Brazilian co-production shot in Lisbon with a British cast. It is currently in post-production with digital effects made in India. The project includes artists, technicians and services from over 15 countries – becoming an example of how efficient an independent production can be by taking full advantage of the digital revolution. The project was selected for the “Work in Progress” section of the Frontières Co-Production Market that takes place in Montreal, Canada, alongside the Fantasia International Film Festival.

SYNOPSIS: 

HELEN is running cognitive tests on ghosts as she tries to develop a therapy for patients whose brains have been too damaged by degenerative diseases. The problem is Helen renounced her gift 15 years ago after the loss of her daughter when she made a vow never to contact the other side again. Things change when an artist called ELSA begs Helen for some spiritual training hoping to get rid of a demon who has been haunting her for many years. Helen reluctantly accepts it unaware of the demon's true goal. Helen’s tests with the ghosts are a success. 

The entities offer her the design of a device that can communicate with the dead (and possibly brain-damaged patients), triggering a set of events that will bring Helen face to face with the demon she has known all along. After so many years, two enemies are about to meet for the last time, showing us that revenge is a dish that’s still boiling hot. Oh, but there’s so much more happening!



Cast: CELIA WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH BOCHMANN, IRIS CAYATTE, NORMAN MACCALLUM, AMANDA BOOTH, ANA SOFIA LEITE and PATRICIA GODINHO.
Directed by JOÃO ALVES.
Written and Produced by PAULO LEITE

Director of Photography: MIGUEL SALES LOPES, A.I.P. 




You can find out much more about Inner Ghosts at the following links:


INNER GHOSTS website http://www.innerghosts.com/

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This article can also be found via the 5D website www.5d-blog.com. There you can find a veritable feast of blog articles, news items, pictures and and other mouth-watering salutations to the gods of the geeks and the nerds. We have now inherited the earth, you know.

The website currently gains in the region of 2000 hits per month and the blog articles separately receive in the region of 5000 page views each month. 

5D has decided to tip it's own geeky toe in the world of Patreon. If you decide to become a 5D patron then there are a who host of geeky perks available to backers - many of which simply will not be available on our website of blog. If you feel that you would like to become a 5D patron then feel free to check out our Patreon page RIGHT HERE




In addition the 5D website now has PayPal Donate button. Any donations kindly made will be fed directly back to help with a podcast materials, competition prizes and other general costs etc. If you wish to contribute to the exciting growth of the website & blog then we here at 5D headquarters would be eternally grateful. If you would like your contribution to be acknowledged publicly then simply send a message via the website’s contact section and we’ll send you some love!

If all that was enough to entice to 5D land, should any of you fine people out there wish to advertise on the 5D website then have a look at the offer below.

Sunday, 7 May 2017

5D is now on Patreon - Become a 5D patron!

You may or may not be aware that Patreon is an Internet-based platform that allows content creators to build their own subscription content service. The service allows artists to receive funding directly from their fans, or Patrons, on a recurring basis or per work of art. These content creators set up a page on the website, where patrons can choose to pay a fixed amount to a creator on a monthly basis. Alternatively, content creators can configure their page so that patrons pay every time the artist releases a new piece of art. A creator typically displays a goal that the ongoing revenue will go towards and can set a maximum limit of how much they receive per month. Patrons can cancel their payment at any time. Similar to other platforms, content creators typically provide benefits (commonly in the form of art and videos) and for their patrons depending on the amount that each patron pays.

Well that's the official spiel. Let's get this out of the way, I'm not an artist, or a critic, or even someone who should be taken too seriously. What I am is someone who has had a blast of a time over the last few years blogging about my sci-fi, fantasy and horror passions, in the process meeting a whole host of fascinating individuals. 

So 5D has decided to tip it's own geeky toe in the world of Patreon. If you decide to become a 5D patron then there are a who host of geeky perks available to backers - many of which simply will not be available on our website of blog. If you feel that you would like to become a 5D patron then feel free to check out our Patreon page RIGHT HERE


Who & what is 5D?

5D started as a simple little blog back in 2012. It began as some half-hearted musings of the often maligned genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror, all of which have formed the bedrock of my film & literature obsession. In all truth at the start writing the blog was something simply to pass the time and enable me to force my self-indulgent musings upon the world, whilst all the time trying not to take myself too seriously.

However, something strange began to happen as people began to read my scribblings and soon I was being contacted from individuals around the world.

I was astounded to learn that rather than requests of restraining orders, people not only liked my self-deprecating approach but also some even wanted to send me their work to promote & review on my blog. This began a love-affair with the incredible range of independent and low budget productions from all around the world, particularly in science fiction and horror.

So where is 5D now?

The experience has now morphed into something else entirely, with a rather nifty website www.5d-blog.com which full of news, reviews, interviews, competitions and dealing with many creative individuals of both mainstream and independent productions.

5D has also been lucky enough to have review quotes featured on a number of film trailers, DVD covers & book covers...... and well would you know, my scribblings have even won the odd award....

Am I a critic? No, absolutely not. Am I a scribbler who passionately muses on things he loves about Sci-Fi, fantasy & horror while making damn sure he keeps a sense of proportion and doesn't take himself too seriously? Oh hell yes.

You may be asking just what makes us think that we can make this a website worth supporting? Well over the last few years 5D has built a reputation and body of work around the world to the extent that the website now gets over 2000 hits per month. This reputation and support also transcends to people 'in the business' as the words of support below quite clearly show...,

"I'm ALL excited about this site! THE authority on "British productions and the independent minded - It's where I go!!!!" : Peter Shinkoda - actor. (Nobo in the Daredevil TV series)

"This is very cool.": Vincent D'Onofrio - actor. ( Kingpin in the Daredevil series, Criminal minds, Jurassic World, Full Metal Jacket):

"I have been a fan of Stuart Anderson and his 5-D Blog for a few years now, and I've enjoyed his intelligent, irreverent and passionate musings on the genres I love best. The thought of hearing Stu and his young lad on the air delights me! I'll be supporting this effort and I ask you, my fellow sci-fi, fantasy and horror fans, to do the same. Stu is the genuine article. I'm proud to be his friend and his fan!": Bill Oberst Jr. - LA based actor & horror icon.

"I absolutely love 5D. The Fifth Dimension Sci-fi/fantasy & horror group! Stuart really knows this genre backwards and forwards! Never a dull moment reading the fascinating material he writes! Love love love it!": Ellen Dubin - Actress. (Lexx, Napoleon Dynamite).

"A great resource for in-depth reviews and informative interviews": John Portonova - writer, producer, director.

In addition these contacts around the globe will hopefully provide us with a plentiful pool of interesting talent to showcase and share website time with and hopefully add additions, including a rather nifty Sci-Fi, fantasy & horror Podcast.

Where will the donations go? 


We believe we have great content to include in the website , but we also want to make it the best quality that we possibly can. The majority of the money contributed will go towards the very best Competition prizes and the planned 5D website shop which will feature original creations such as t-shirts, posters and a wide range of geeky goodies.

There is also a 5D Podcast planned. We believe we have great content to include in the podcast, but we also want to make it the best technical quality that we possibly can. The majority of the money contributed will go towards the very best audio and video equipment that is available to us.

If you become a patron, you'll get to experience first some exclusive interviews, blog entries, roundups, and longer versions of some articles - and you'll also be part of a select community of subscribers. Patrons can send me ideas or suggestions, such as films, comics, books and events to promote.

So if you want to come along for the ride and experience something exciting in the world of Sci-Fi, fantasy & horror then I'd love you to join me. Thank you.

You can find the 5D Patreon page ahttps://www.patreon.com/5D





This article can also be found via the 5D website www.5d-blog.com. There you can find a veritable feast of blog articles, news items, pictures and and other mouth-watering salutations to the gods of the geeks and the nerds. We have now inherited the earth, you know.

The website currently gains in the region of 2000 hits per month and the blog articles separately receive in the region of 5000 page views each month. 

5D has decided to tip it's own geeky toe in the world of Patreon. If you decide to become a 5D patron then there are a who host of geeky perks available to backers - many of which simply will not be available on our website of blog. If you feel that you would like to become a 5D patron then feel free to check out our Patreon page RIGHT HERE



In addition the 5D website now has PayPal Donate button. Any donations kindly made will be fed directly back to help with a podcast materials, competition prizes and other general costs etc. If you wish to contribute to the exciting growth of the website & blog then we here at 5D headquarters would be eternally grateful. If you would like your contribution to be acknowledged publicly then simply send a message via the website’s contact section and we’ll send you some love!

If all that was enough to entice to 5D land, should any of you fine people out there wish to advertise on the 5D website then have a look at the offer below.



Wednesday, 3 May 2017

5D Competition - Win weekend tickets for Granite City Comic Con 2017!

This month witnesses the 3rd Granite City Comic Con, so it's pretty safe to say that we here at 5D are about excited as it gets....... which believe me is very, very excited! (We really don't get out much).

5D has been lucky enough not only to have attended both of the events since its inauguration in 2015, but also to do so at the result of a gracious press invite from the good people at GCCC. This has meant that not only have I been able to indulge my geeky & nerdy self to my hearts content, but also have been able to meet & talk to some of my favourite people from past & present pop culture. 

For example at the first GCCC I spent a wonderful 20 mins in the company of legendary character actor, Shane Rimmer - what a lovely man! You can read the blog piece in which he talks about his roles in Thunderbirds, Star Wars, Dr Strangelove and James Bond here at 

If that wasn't enough for me (which it wasn't) I was also thrilled to be able to talk to the legendary Alan Grant (he of Judge Dredd & Judge Anderson fame). If you can put up with my usual "tell me just how fab you are" line of questioning, then you can read the piece at 

Last year's event was even bigger and better with a new venue at the DoubleTree by Hillton Hotel Aberdeen Treetops and this time spanning two days. This upside of this was being able to spend time talking to actor Robert Llewelyn (he of Red Dwarf fame), to get to meet some old & new friends and also attend a host of incredible events. The highlight of said events was attending the Star Wars panel on day one. The only downside was that because it was a two day event there was some serious explaining to she who controls the 5D finances just how much one had spent on sci-fi swag........ and believe me, it was a lot!!!

For those who have attended the first two events, all agree that GCCC is Aberdeen's original and best pop cultural event featuring special guests from Comics, TV, Film Gaming, Geek Culture and Cosplay. The team pride themselves on introducing people to the artists and writers involved in creating all of our favourite heroes and villains. 

They aim to bring exciting attractions and sights to Aberdeen including, cosplay competitions, independent retailers and publishers, activities for all ages and a whole lot more. 

This years GCCC is winding up to be the biggest and best yet for die-hard fans and casual geeks alike.


The Competition bit

Therefore 5D is delighted to be able to offer 2 weekend tickets for the 3rd Granite City Comic Con!

The weekend tickets (normally worth £25 each) allow you general entry at 9am Saturday 20th and 10am Sunday 21st May, to Granite City Comic-Con 2017

To win the tickets just answer the following question;

Where in Aberdeen is Granite City Comic-Con 2017 taking place?


To enter simply go to the competition section on the 5D website at www.5d-blog.com to submit your answer and please state if you want one or both weekend tickets.

The winner will be drawn at random on Sunday 14th May - Good luck!





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This article can also be found via the 5D website www.5d-blog.com. There you can find a veritable feast of blog articles, news items, pictures and and other mouth-watering salutations to the gods of the geeks and the nerds. We have now inherited the earth, you know.


The website currently gains in the region of 1500 hits per month and the blog articles separately receive in the region of 5000 page views each month. 




In addition the 5D website now has PayPal Donate button. Any donations kindly made will be fed directly back to help with a podcast materials, competition prizes and other general costs etc. If you wish to contribute to the exciting growth of the website & blog then we here at 5D headquarters would be eternally grateful. If you would like your contribution to be acknowledged publicly then simply send a message via the website’s contact section and we’ll send you some love!

If all that was enough to entice to 5D land, should any of you fine people out there wish to advertise on the 5D website then have a look at the offer below.