The Lady In the Van – Movie Review

Maggie Smith is an absolute legend, whether in roles big or small, and it is only really her that I could imagine bringing to life the role of Miss Shepard,
By Daniel Rom on 17 Jun 2016

The Jakes Are Missing – Movie Review

“Falling out of love is easy. Finding the way back is hard,” reads the slogan of The Jakes Are Missing. In this case, however, the Jakes just needed to step
By Christine Tesco on 10 Jun 2016

Jimmy Carr: Funny Business Tour Review

For many, Jimmy Carr is a comedic, TV personality on a few BBC talkshows. So, when he comes to town to perform one of his classic stand up gigs, you’d
By Evan Saunders on 13 Apr 2016

Rekorderlig – A Cider Company: Review

Originating from Sweden 17 years ago, Rekorderlig was produced by three people, a married couple, Anders and Helén, and their friend Håkan. As the brand grew over the years, it
By Evan Saunders on 28 Mar 2016

Black Sea – Movie Review

Films set in enclosed spaces are some of the hardest to make successful. In recent years, Locke, Pressure, and even Hateful Eight to some extent have all wrestled with the
By Daniel Rom on 07 Mar 2016

Zoolander 2 – Movie Review

After 15 years of waiting, Zoolander 2 has given us more really ridiculously good-looking things. The plot for the sequel has been kept heavily under wraps. All you really need
By Stacey Petersen on 25 Feb 2016

The Perfect Guy Film Review

The handsome stranger who turns out to be a psychotic “if I can’t have you… nobody else will” stalker narrative has been played out to death. Strangely, The Perfect Guy
By Jarrod Saunders on 25 Feb 2016