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Tropic of Cancer

Henry Miller  was an American novelist and painter. He was known for breaking with existing literary forms and developing a new sort of ‘novel’ that is a mixture of novel, autobiography, social criticism, philosophical reflection, surrealist free association, and mysticism.

Behind the Joker’s Mask

One of the most honored actors of all time, Jack Nicholson has been making films both in front of and behind the camera for over sixty years. From a deranged mental patient in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” to an angry US marine Colonel in “A Few Good Men” to an obsessive compulsive novelist in “As Good As It Gets,” Jack Nicholson has given the world some of film history’s most brilliant performances.

Harry Flashman

Discover the history of the british empire while finding solace in a world of safe spaces and feminism gone mad.  When George MacDonald Fraser plucked the bully Flashman from the pages of Tom Brown’s Schooldays, he created one of literature’s greatest anti-hero in history. Thomas Hughes’s classic novel of English public school life published in 1857 was turned into the adventures of a scoundrel in a dozen rollicking novels about the misadventures of Henry Flashman. The novels purport to be instalments in a multi-volume “memoir” known collectively as the Flashman Papers, in which the hero details his prodigious exploits in battle, with the bottle, while satisfied his lusts across the victorian world.

Is Dan Bilzerian really Bruce Wayne?

Millionaire Philantropist and consummate ladies man, Dan Bilzerian is not living by anybody elses rules and we love him for it. If you imagine what Bruce Wayne’s life would be like if he wasn’t such a pussy (with a fetish for black leather gimp suits), then Dan is the epitome of life on the edge. Let’s face it, he probably has a bat cave. Even a weak heart does not seem to slow this guy down.

Oliver Reed

Reed preferred the company of “ordinary” people, short of pretensions, to that of celebrities. At school, Reed looked like Charles Bronson crossed with a boy scout, and being the class clown made him a hero among his peers. So he developed a permanent anti-authority stance, and the conviction that an antidote to boredom was to do something outrageous or challenge someone to a fight.