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(…)

Whyte Horses The Snowfalls single review

Whyte Horses The Snowfalls single review

Sometimes great tracks take a little while to grow on you, but in The Snowfalls, the debut single from Whyte Horses, you’re taken almost instantly with its psych soaked pop brilliance. Coming about as a result of a three month break in the Italian countryside with some old and slightly beaten up analogue recording gear,(…)

The British Museum extends its Ancient Lives New Discoveries exhibition into 2015

The British Museum extends its Ancient Lives New Discoveries exhibition into 2015

The British Museum has recently announced that it will be extending its impressive Ancient Lives New Discoveries exhibition well into 2015 thanks to the popularity of the London display. The exhibition brings together eight mummies from completely different time frames to question what we think we know about the ancient lives of the preserved bodies(…)

Halo: The Master Chief Collection preview

Halo: The Master Chief Collection preview

Following up on the recent release of their first Xbox ONE title, the epic first person shooter Destiny, Bungie are about to have a few of their previous games released as a part of the mighty bundle that is Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The pack includes a remastered version of Halo 2 for the(…)

Have governments responded too slowly to the Ebola crisis?

Have governments responded too slowly to the Ebola crisis?

In a speech yesterday (15th October 2014), the President of the USA, Barack Obama, made it abundantly clear, if it wasn’t already, that the only sure fire way to stop the further spread of Ebola is to confront it at the source in Western Africa. However, the reality is that western governments have been criticised(…)

The Man Booker Prize 2014 winner announced

The Man Booker Prize 2014 winner announced

Richard Flanagan was announced as the 2014 Man Booker Prize winner at the awards dinner at London’s Guildhall on Tuesday the 14th October 2014 having made it through both the longlist and shortlist stage of the competition with The Narrow Road To The Deep North. His story of love, torment and heartache for an Australian(…)

Stephen King, Revival hardback release

Stephen King, Revival hardback release

Considering some of the previous entries in the Stephen King back catalogue – The Shining, It, Misery – when a new novel of his gets described as having the most terrifying conclusion he’s ever written, you’ve got to take notice. That’s exactly the case with Revival, his 53rd novel, which will be hitting the shelves(…)

Treasure Island opens at the Olivier Theatre in December 2014

Treasure Island opens at the Olivier Theatre in December 2014

The much loved adventure novel, Treasure Island, written by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, will be opening the Olivier Theatre later this year, bringing the swashbuckling mysteries of the book to the stage over the Christmas period. However, you should expect a few departures from the original storyline as the production has put some efforts(…)

Ghostbusters 3 officially confirmed

Ghostbusters 3 officially confirmed

Too hot to handle. Too cold to hold. Yes, it’s finally happened. Ghostbusters 3 has been confirmed after years and years of rumour and speculation, but if you were hoping for the guys from the original being back in proton pack firing action, you might want to re-adjust your ectoplasmic expectations significantly. The sequel was(…)

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