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     The year’s best blog posts were selected by the readers of Lily Wight ~ The Arcade of Arts & Arcana.

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12/12/2013 TOP BLOG POST!

      If you checked-in for yesterday’s post you will already know that Sherlock Holmes is Dracula’s only significant rival when it comes to literary characters with the most big and small screen adaptations to their credit.

     An alternative world mash-up featuring Robert Downey Jr.’s movie detective versus the BBC’s Benedict Cumberbatch (with an army of self-styled “Cumberbabes” in tow) would be quite a spectacle.  In the meantime I’m recommending the Stephen Spielberg produced Young Sherlock Holmes as the perfect accompaniment for a Father’s Day afternoon nap.

     The arcane and occult plot-stylings undoubtedly influenced Guy Ritchie’s Twenty-First Century Holmes reboot and (although plaudits go elsewhere) Young Sherlock Holmes is a film that utilised groundbreaking CGI effects; just check-out the stained glass knight in one of the movie’s many not-so-family-friendly moments!

     Indiana Jones meets Gothic Victoriana…

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     Sherlock Holmes is enjoying something of a Renaissance of late so it’s hardly surprising that Young Sherlock Holmes ~ Victorian Cinematograph #2 (17/6/2012) should take the second spot in the Post Of The Year list.

     By clicking the link you can read a review, watch the whole movie on YouTube and catch up with news of a forthcoming remake!

     https://lilywight.com/2012/06/17/young-sherlock-holmes-victorian-cinematograph-2/

     If you are a fan of Benedict Cumberbatch I’m sure you’ll enjoy this great image, borrowed from The Arcade Of Arts & Arcana Gallery (click the tab at the top of the homepage or the picture itself to go exploring)…

     … and finally click not to miss news of Benedict Cumberbatch Cast As Sauron In The Hobbit!

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12/12/2013 TOP BLOG POST!

      If you checked-in for yesterday’s post you will already know that Sherlock Holmes is Dracula’s only significant rival when it comes to literary characters with the most big and small screen adaptations to their credit.

     An alternative world mash-up featuring Robert Downey Jr.’s movie detective versus the BBC’s Benedict Cumberbatch (with an army of self-styled “Cumberbabes” in tow) would be quite a spectacle.  In the meantime I’m recommending the Stephen Spielberg produced Young Sherlock Holmes as the perfect accompaniment for a Father’s Day afternoon nap.

     The arcane and occult plot-stylings undoubtedly influenced Guy Ritchie’s Twenty-First Century Holmes reboot and (although plaudits go elsewhere) Young Sherlock Holmes is a film that utilised groundbreaking CGI effects; just check-out the stained glass knight in one of the movie’s many not-so-family-friendly moments!

     Indiana Jones meets Gothic Victoriana.  What’s not to like?

 

     You can view the whole film part by part on YouTube!

     Click for another post you may enjoy :)

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