So we find ourselves coming to the end of January; ubiquitously known by all as 'December's hangover'. After the chaos of Christmas, the brandy mist has cleared, and the pine-needle dust has settled, inducing a sense of clarity and reflection that usually takes the form of a 'New Year's Resolution', a 'Spring Clean', or jumping on
Whilst it's somewhat of a cliché to say that we're currently in a "golden-age of TV", it would be foolish not to rejoice in the fact that our only gripe with TV is the shear consistency of its high quality. The fact that it's become a cliché is a blessing. Let's be honest, being bored of the
Last week, we started making things simple for all you lovely readers out there by summing up five of the biggest and best news stories to come out of the film industry. You may be a pretty active film junkie, desperate for all the latest bits of juicy film gossip - but sometimes, you just
After smaller roles in films like Night at the Museum trilogy, Rami Malek captured the hearts of many as Elliot Alderson; lead character of the critically acclaimed television series Mr. Robot. Now, the Emmy Award-winning actor is going to be moving from fictional hackers to real-life superstars as he becomes Freddie Mercury in the upcoming biographical drama Bohemian
“Belgium; I don’t suppose even the Belgians would miss it” – The Voorman Problem (Short Film Review)
From time to time, on and off, now and again, once in a blue moon, I find myself thinking (that I'm prone to pleonasms?) about despotic maniacs like Kim Jong-Un, Hirohito, or Fred Dinenage; what must it be like to talk to individuals insane and egotistical enough to think that they're actual gods in human form?