I do love good TV, yup. Some of my favourites being Breaking Bad, Justified, Lost, The Golden Girls, Hannibal (gone too soon) Bosch, X-files (season 1-7 only, sorry Doggett), the first 2 seasons of Battlestar Galactica and the TV movie Razor, The Office, Friends…I could go on. Currently I’m in love with Fleabag and Barry, with Good Omens and on deck while I patiently await The Boys.
King. Anything King. As I’ve said before, that Dude is my Vader. Not Anakin. Vader. Thomas Harris, of course, along with copious amounts of what I have come to call home, crime fiction.
Oh man, where to begin? Silence of the Lambs, of course, along with Tombstone, Terminator 2, Back to the Future (all 3), Pet Semetary (original and best), Stand By Me, Shawshank Redemption, the first two Aliens, Ironman (original and #3), Captain America: the Winter Soldier, Avengers: Endgame, Misery, The Shining, The Dead Zone, Rocky 4, They Live, John Carpenter’s The Thing, 28 Days Later, Groundhog Day, Fargo, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Manchurian Candidate (Sinatra version), Unbreakable…man, I could go on, but yup, those are a few I could watch over and over again.
I will always say The Tragically Hip, the best Canadian band to ever come out of the Great White North in my opinion. We lost Gord Downie a bit ago and man, to be truthful, it still hurts.
Wherever my wife tells us we are going, me and the boys are almost ready on time. Me, I’m always on time. The boys, though, two of them anyway, they take after their grandmother…
All of it, thank you. Save for olives (ack, the Devil’s balls) and Cheeze Whiz. You do know Cheeze Whiz is grey before it’s put on the shelves yes…
Coffee, water, and when I find the perfect amount of time, Bud light with ice.
Don’t know him. Never have. I hear good things though.
We have a Dinner Cruise Business called The Grand River Dinner Cruises which runs from May until October. This year we are attempting something new. We call it Beau’s Book Nook. A little library where you can discover the greatness which is crime fiction. If you ever find yourself in the neighbourhood, Caledonia, Ontario, Canada, specifically, drop on by. As I’ve been known to say: come for a cruise, leave with a book!
BIO: Beau Johnson has been published before, usually on the darker side of town. He is the Author of A BETTER KIND OF HATE and THE BIG MACHINE EATS, both published by Down and Out Books. Look for Bishop Rider’s continuing struggles in ALL OF THEM TO BURN, coming 2020, also from Down and Out Books.