Death of a Gentlemen: Exposing crickets answer to the FIFA scandal

September 14, 2015 2:30 pm0 comments
Death of a Gentlemen: Exposing crickets answer to the FIFA scandal

Death of a Gentlemen is a film created by two cricket lovers – Sam Collins and Jarrod Kimber – about the power and greed that has become deep rooted within the administration of the game. Throughout the film their passion for cricket is obvious and I quickly became aware that […]

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Star Wars – Secret Cinema Review *With Choice Spoilers*

July 29, 2015 9:00 am1 comment
Star Wars – Secret Cinema Review *With Choice Spoilers*

Before you get into the main meat of this post, you should know one thing straight up:  When I first got to the secret location of Secret Cinema last night, where the almighty behemoth of a project that is retro cinema from glory days of filmmaking and a total excuse […]

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UK Classic Animation May End U.S. CGI

July 14, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
UK Classic Animation May End U.S. CGI

Buzz about “Song of the Sea”, a new hand drawn animated film resonant of the heyday of Disney, may signal a death blow to CGI produced animated movies in the U.S. The film is being heralded as a cinematic masterpiece. The studio is Irish owned and again distinguishes European moviemaking […]

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American – vs – British TV : No Comparison

June 17, 2015 11:51 pm1 comment
American – vs – British TV : No Comparison

A relative who recently visited England quipped that all British people do is watch American shows, while in America, we are mad about the British. I thought this was very amusing since I am definitely guilty of practicing “anglomedia”. I prefer the sharp acting, more roundly developed stories, and delightful […]

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Tribute To Horror Legend

June 15, 2015 9:54 pm0 comments
Tribute To Horror Legend

As the shocking news broke out across the grapevine a few days ago that the legendary Hammer actor Sir Christopher Lee has passed away, I just had to write a tribute post dedicated to his infamous work. Growing up I was introduced to horror at a very early age and for as long […]

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Gotham Season 1: A Fan’s Eye View

May 1, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Gotham Season 1: A Fan’s Eye View

Season 1 of Gotham is coming to an end soon I am hoping you will have been as impressed as I have with how it has developed. Initially I had been a bit concerned about Ben McKenzie’s casting as a young James Gordon having only seen him in The OC […]

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Better Call Saul: First Reaction Review

April 13, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Better Call Saul: First Reaction Review

Tired of flicking through channels?? Are you bored of watching the same infomercials over and over again?? Well, have I got news for you?!?! Tune into Netflix every Tuesday and dive into the exciting world of law and justice with none other than Saul Goodman in “Better Call Saul”. The […]

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Boy with “A Beautiful Mind” Meets Girl: “The Theory of Everything” (2014), a review

April 1, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Boy with “A Beautiful Mind” Meets Girl: “The Theory of Everything” (2014), a review

It’s 1963, and Stephen (Eddie Redmayne) studies cosmology – “like religion for intelligent atheists” – at Cambridge, looking for a single equation to explain everything, a theory about time, a space-time singularity that explains the way the universe appeared. He meets Jane (Felicity Jones) at a party: she studies French […]

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