‘Birdman (or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’ Official Review

The masterful ‘Birdman (or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’ is an experience that will profoundly resonate. From its pristine writing, to its carefully constructed direction and cinematography, to its genius casting and performances, ‘Birdman’ is just a dream of… Read More


‘Whiplash’ Official Review – A Lesson in Resilience and Study of Ambition

Andrew (Miles Teller) is a 19-year old student at a music conservatory in Manhattan. Terrence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons – absolutely brilliant) is a teacher at the conservatory with a ruthlessly brutal teaching style. After picking Andrew to play… Read More


‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ Official Review #OneLastTime

“Will you follow me… one last time?” Peter Jackson has successfully pulled it off, he has concluded his inflation of Tolkien’s Hobbit into a triple-decker Middle Earth saga equivalent to the Rings trilogy, and more importantly made it… Read More


‘Interstellar’ Christopher Nolan’s Sci-fi Masterpiece is Spectacular

This is the only film I’ve ever seen where I actually needed 24 hours to allow the sheer excitement and emotional tension to thoroughly sink in. During the film I was on the edge of my seat, heart… Read More


Film ‘Diana’ bad reviews were devastating says director Oliver Hirschbiegel | Fail Movie

Oliver Hirschbiegel is best known for his amazing work directing ‘Downfall‘ a film about Hitler’s last days in his Bunker below Berlin. However his latest project saw him direct the critical flop and box office disappointment ‘Diana‘ –… Read More

The Samsung Galaxy Gear Smart Watch | What’s the point?

After months of rumours and speculation, Samsung finally announced its Galaxy Gear Smart Watch. Unlike most of the new devices we’ll see this year – tablets, smartphones, TV’s – the Galaxy Gear is difference because it could potentially… Read More

Reading Festival 2013

Green Day dominate Reading Festival 2013 | Dookie takes mainstage by storm

Green Day played an amazing set at this year’s Reading Festival headlining on Friday night. Similar to their warm up show at London’s O2 Brixton Academy on wednesday, the band played their third album, 1994’s Dookie, from start to finish in between some… Read More


‘Total War: Rome 2’ London event & gameplay opinion | Best PC game ever?

Although i can’t call myself a ‘hardcore fan’ of the Creative Assembly Total War series (having joined in at the second game Medieval) it has definitely kept my attention throughout. For those of you who don’t know of… Read More

The Xbox One: Everything you need know about the new Console, and why does it look like a VCR?

Yesterday Microsoft announced the all new Xbox, and it is called… *drum roll*.. Xbox One. The reasoning behind the title, simply because it is going to (hopefully) be your all new all in ONE entertainment system. Television, movie, music and… Read More

Ricky Gervais ‘Derek’ “Kindness is magic..”

Ricky Gervais’s latest project Derek began this week,  and to put it bluntly, i loved it.  A work of art. Conceptually perfect. It isn’t your usual comedy series, it is a sweet drama detailing the life of Derek Noakes, a care worker… Read More


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