Only an all loving God could come up with a place as vile as Hell. Whether you think of it as a vast, empty space where you’re separate from God’s love for all eternity, a fiery inferno or a complex structure composed of nine circles, Hell is simply not a nice place. As an atheist I don’t believe in a Hell, Heaven or Afterlife and, although I find the idea pretty repugnant, I do find it fascinating. I’ll be very honest here, if there is a Hell then I have a one way ticket (apparently atheists and mass murderers deserve pretty much the same punishment in God’s eyes). The idea of meeting famous people in Hell came up at a recent site meeting and we’ve decided to write our own personal choices, admittedly mine is ‘late’ by several weeks but I have been experiencing a bought of emotional and psychological turbulance recently so I hope you don’t judge me too harshly. I have to stress that I don’t believe everyone on this list deserves to go to Hell but by the laws of the Bible they’ve all committed at least one sin. So, without further adieu, I present my top ten people I would like to meet in Hell!
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I’m a guy who likes to read books, watch movies, watch tv, play games, get laid every now and again, listen to music and eat food which shortens my life-span. This is a review about a film I saw whilst away in Liverpool, based on a book I read a long time ago.
Okay, so, you got me. It wasn’t a week. I went on Monday, I came back Friday. It’s near enough for me. If you’ve got a problem with it, sue me. See if I care. Okay… I would care. Please don’t sue me.
Well, mere mortals, I have returned from the great north-western city of Liverpool, having ventured far by train, bus and foot. I shall, as I expect you all expect, write a summary of my visit to the Merseyside city, with details, and one shall, hopefully, follow this evening or tonight. For now, I’ve had a long day, so I will be resting up for a few hours.
However, I wish you all to know that I am safe, well and have retained all of my limbs, digits and marbles. Oh, and there’ll be two films reviews coming from this trip. Aren’t we so blessed?
I’m a Tarantino fan. I’m also a Tim Roth fan. I also have a bit of a soft-spot for wacky comedies. As such, I sort of had to have a look at this particular film, which I didn’t know existed until it came up as a suggestion on Netflix. Netflix. What would I do without you?