Monthly Archives: September 2006

Children of Men

Set in the not too distant future in Britain, Cuarón’s ‘Children of Men’ is a bleak look at the planet after a virus has wiped out fertility. The film starts with the death of the worlds youngest person an 18 … Continue reading

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Scissor Sisters-Ta-Dah

Well I thought it was about time I wrote my review of the sisters’ new album Ta-Dah especially since they scored a UK double by being number one in both the single and album charts. In a recent interview lead … Continue reading

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Right At Your Door

How do you make a modern day disaster movie? The main rule is play on the public fear and what is more frightening than the current climate of terror? So here we have Right At Your Door. A loving couple … Continue reading

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R-otters?

Just a day since our local paper ran an article on how our city rats are getting as big as otters (due to all the junk food we drop for them) the BBC has run an article about how likely … Continue reading

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Genuine article

This is the sort of thing i would write for a joke, but this is an actual article from the Daily Mail which made me laugh a lot. Those wacky writers at one of britains best loved daily papers, what … Continue reading

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The Fratellis

Well here they are, out of the blue, with apparently no marketing just good music and hard work. Well ok. I’m not really fussed about the, if any, hidden agenda’s behind this bands rise to fame, all I’m interested in … Continue reading

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I’m poorly poor poor.

It’s one of those days today. I woke up with a head cold and just wanted to stay in bed all day eating muffins and writing new songs. But I had to go to work. It’s so hot outside and … Continue reading

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