The Dark Knight Rises is a fitting end to a superb trilogy. With his three films, Christopher Nolan has succeeded where Tim Burton fudged it in the late ’80s and early ’90s with his pair of Michael Keaton features (both now seem more camp even than the TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward). […]Read more "The Dark Knight Rises [spoilers]"
In space… nobody can do proper press-ups I’ve been a fan of the Alien films since I was maybe 12 years old, when I was way too young to see it (and, indeed, I didn’t actually get to see the first film until I was around 15) but I’d heard a lot about it, and […]Read more "Prometheus [here be spoilers]"
Peter Tennant at Black Static provided glowing reviews of Blonde on a Stick and Loss of Separation in a recent issue. Of Blonde on a Stick, he writes: ‘As you’d expect given Williams’ pedigree, the writing sings, the author capturing perfectly the tone of the hard boiled, wisecracking gumshoe, his language throwing up captivating images […]Read more "Black on Blonde"
A good review of The Unblemished from The Eloquent Page… “Few writers have the ability to genuinely unsettle me but Williams has succeeded here. Put it this way – up until last night it has been decades since I have had to take a break from reading a book because it was creeping me out. If […]Read more "The Unblemished"
Another great review of Loss of Separation, this time from David Hebblethwaite at The Zone.Read more "…four different kinds of horror"
Madeleine Marsh has reviewed Blonde on a Stick over at Reviewing the Evidence.Read more "…very readable"
Hi-Ex, the Highlands International Comic Expo, posted this positive review of Loss of Separation.Read more "…revel in the sense of unease"