Equalizer vs Tombstones

March 29, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Equalizer vs Tombstones

A Movie Review Stepping up to the plate are two autumn blockbusters, now both on DVD. But which action film should you order? In one corner is Denzel Washington’s “The Equalizer”, a modern take on the original series from 80’s, and in the other corner, Liam Neeson’s new gritty thriller “A Walk Among […]

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Scorned Reviewed: Scarred For Life!

March 18, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Scorned Reviewed: Scarred For Life!

Scorned released in 2013 and directed by Mark Jones. Its premise is infidelity and the circumstances that soon surface as an affair progresses. The establishing (opening) shots attempt to demonstrate a strong presence. White text lies on a black backdrop; its content leads to a convincing argument. SMS messages read […]

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What if I forgave myself even though I’d done something I shouldn’t have? Wild Review

March 17, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
What if I forgave myself even though I’d done something I shouldn’t have? Wild Review

Translating Cheryl Strayed’s 2013 sort-of memoir Wild: From lost To Found On The Pacific West Trail to the screen must have been a daunting task for everybody involved; it really isn’t a text that seems like fertile ground for cinematic reinvention, it’s not crying out to be displayed on the […]

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Terrific Fun – Interview with actor David Wayman

March 16, 2015 11:40 am0 comments
Terrific Fun – Interview with actor David Wayman

David Wayman is a North London born actor who made his feature-film début in British Zombie Movie ‘The Dead Inside’.  He was cast as ‘Tom’ in BAFTA winner Martin Gooch’s film “Death – It’s a Mystery” (2011). More recently, he has played lead roles in romantic comedy “Art Ache” and ghost story […]

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What Went Wrong (WWW): TV Series (Part 1)

March 10, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
What Went Wrong (WWW): TV Series (Part 1)

We all know that it’s not easy to write a TV show. Even writers of successful shows like Lost and Eureka will probably admit that it’s not easy to write a good script. But when it comes to TV Series, it’s not just about writing a good story; it’s about […]

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The Best Film You Missed Last Year: Snowpiercer

February 26, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
The Best Film You Missed Last Year: Snowpiercer

  Beware! Spoilers Ahead! It is unlikely many will have managed to catch Snowpiercer due to a disagreement between director Bong Joon-ho and The Weinstein Company which resulted in a minimal release for the film. This is made all the more unfortunate due to the fact that, in my opinion,  Snowpiercer is […]

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Birdman Review: Dark Laughs in Theatre of Broken Dreams

February 22, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Birdman Review: Dark Laughs in Theatre of Broken Dreams

The tale of a faded  star swimming desperately against the tide of age and anonymity is depicted to innovative effect in Iñárritu’s brilliantly bizarre  Birdman. Set backstage in a Broadway theatre that appears like a labyrinth of disorder,  we see Keaton’s Riggan Thompson troubled soul (and body) laid starkly bare in […]

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Major Stores Reveal Frozen Toy Shortages

February 16, 2015 5:39 pm0 comments
Major Stores Reveal Frozen Toy Shortages

A Disney representative verified over the summertime that they were prepared to fulfill the demand for Frozen toys this Christmas, though current reports say that popular toys like the Snow Glow Elsa doll, and the Frozen Cool Tunes Sing Along Boombox could be hard to find in some US shops. […]

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