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Richard Marcus is the author of two books commissioned by Ulysses Press, "What Will Happen In Eragon IV?" (2009) and "The Unofficial Heroes Of Olympus Companion". Aside from Blogcritics his work has appeared around the world in publications like the German edition of Rolling Stone Magazine and the multilingual web site Qantara.de. He has been writing for Blogcritics.org since 2005 and has published around 1900 articles at the site.

DVD Review: ‘Looking For Johnny – The Legend Of Johnny Thunders’

Johnny Thunders Lrg

Helps keep the memory of Thunders alive and reminds of what he meant to popular music and those who loved him. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Secret State’

Gabriel Byrne in Secret State

Probably the best tale of political intrigue you'll ever watch. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Case Histories, Series 2′

Cover Case Histories Series 2

Some of the most well acted and beautifully scripted television you'll see. Read More »

Music Blu-ray Review: Peter Gabriel – ‘Back To Front: Live In London’

peter-gabriel-back-to-front

Might contain material close to 40 years old, but feels far more alive than most of what you hear being released today. Read More »

Music Review: Rebirth Brass Band – ‘Move Your Body’

rebirth brass band

Rebirth Brass Band bring a little taste of New Orleans into your home and heart. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Vicious’ Starring Sir Ian McKellan and Derek Jacobi

Vicious

A brilliant show filled with great acting and genuinely funny dialogue. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Jack Taylor, Set 2′

Iain Glen as Jack Taylor

As Taylor, Iain Glen will have you leaning into the screen watching his every move and listening to his every word. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Spirit Quest’ by Bob Mackenzie and Sharlena Wood

Cover Spirit Quest

Pictures and words combine to speak volumes to any willing to listen Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Jack Irish, Set 2′

Jack Irish, Guy Pearce

An example of how good television can be when people put their minds to it Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries – Series 2′

Nathan Lane & Essie Davis

A perfect example of balancing character development and plots to create wonderful television. Read More »