’71 film review

’71 film review

Little publicised and only distributed on a limited release, director Yann Demange’s ’71 is a rough gem of an indie film with a whole lot more credibility than the majority of Hollywood’s output to-date in 2014. As directorial debuts go, it’s a pretty impressive first movie and it acts as a solid introduction to a(…)

A Walk In The Woods movie

A Walk In The Woods movie

The long rumoured A Walk In The Woods movie adaptation has had its biggest indicator that it’s about to happen for real as Bill Bryson, author of the book, adds news of its production to his website. With Robert Redford, and his production company, Wildwood Enterprises, behind the movie and Bryson’s incredibly funny story of(…)

Foo Fighters, Something From Nothing review

Foo Fighters, Something From Nothing review

With the upcoming release of the band’s eighth studio album, Sonic Highways, out on the 10th November 2014, Foo Fighters have issued their lead single, Something From Nothing, but unfortunately it’s not quite the hard hitting return for the band fans might have been hoping for. It’s not to say that its a bad song(…)

David Attenborough’s Life Story review

David Attenborough’s Life Story review

David Attenborough returned to the BBC with Life Story this month (October 2014) and despite the fact that it’s the latest in quite a long line of wildlife documentaries from the naturalist it still manages to blow your mind with amazing footage and show you things that you’ve never seen before, and probably wouldn’t be(…)

Artes Mundi 6 review

Artes Mundi 6 review

Modern art can sometimes be flippantly discarded by media and people on the street alike as being out of touch, too abstract, irrelevant or even a inane. But for us you’ve only got to spend a little time immersing yourself in the impressive brilliance of Artes Mundi 6, National Museum Cardiff’s major international contemporary art(…)

Mario Kart 8 DLC brings Link, Tanooki Mario and Animal Crossing to the track

Mario Kart 8 DLC brings Link, Tanooki Mario and Animal Crossing to the track

The dudes at the Big N have announced that they will be giving Mario Kart 8 an injection of turbo charge DLC in the coming six months, so it’s time to dust of the racing gloves and get back into action. Bringing the brilliant Link to the race track is easily the most exiting individual(…)

Joseph Kanon, Leaving Berlin hardback release

Joseph Kanon, Leaving Berlin hardback release

When you see a title for a book like Joseph Kanon’s Leaving Berlin, you would easily be forgiven for automatically thinking it must be about the First or the Second World War, but as with the rest of the storyline, everything is subtly not what it seems. It’s the latest spy novel from the American(…)

Arthur & George adaptation comes to ITV with Martin Clunes as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Arthur & George adaptation comes to ITV with Martin Clunes as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

ITV has confirmed that it began filming this autumn for the adaptation of of Julian Barnes’ novel, Arthur & George, casting Martin Clunes as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The three part mini-series will take us back to the celebrated author and physician’s troubled years following the death of his wife,(…)

Squeeze At Odds Couple UK tour dates

Squeeze At Odds Couple UK tour dates

If you’re a fan of amazing songs like Up The Junction or Cool For Cats then the fact that Squeeze will be kicking off their At Odds Couple UK tour shortly will be a little chunk of good news to stave off the onset of the winter blues. For anyone not familiar with the songs,(…)

Birdman movie UK release date and trailer

Birdman movie UK release date and trailer

Sometimes actors become legend because of the roles they’ve played in the past and with Michael Keaton that happened when he donned the Batman outfit in 1989, reinventing our concept of a big screen superhero and paving the way for the raft of modern day comic book movies. Now he’s about to get back to(…)

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