Monthly Archives: September 2012

Looper

Sci-fi is such a hard genre to do and if you are going to deal with time travel then it’s a hell of a lot harder. So plot holes aside (as we know time travel has yet to be invented … Continue reading

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Untouchable

Based on a true story ‘Untouchable’ is a runaway French success story, taking three times as much money in its opening weeks than ‘The Artist’ did in its whole run, but will it translate to a British audience? Well I … Continue reading

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Resident Evil: Retribution

I have used the sentence ‘I watch these so you don’t have to’ before a few times but never has it been more prevalent than for ‘Resident Evil: Retribution’, how Paul W S Anderson is still allowed to make films … Continue reading

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Nottingham Rocks – Natalie Duncan, Nina Smith and Indiana – Theatre Royal – 22/9/12

All eyes are on Nottingham at the moment as its music scene continues to go national and the Nottingham rocks gig is simply more proof of what the city has to offer. The all-female line up of Indiana, Nina Smith … Continue reading

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Grabbers

Set on a small Irish island ‘Grabbers’ is a simple tale of alien invasion and the small community that must band together to save their home from this extra-terrestrial threat, imagine ‘Monsters’ mixed with ‘Sean of the Dead’ if you … Continue reading

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Patterson Hood – Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance

On the cover of ‘Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance’ the third solo album from Patterson Hood, the Drive-By Truckers singer is looking into a mirror perhaps because this album takes a reflecting look at his past. Lyrically it comes … Continue reading

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Marc Reeves – Remember Me

After taking a look at the sleeve notes the first thing to note is that Marc plays the majority of the instruments on ‘Remember Me’ himself, the second thing to note is his voice, subtle and strong it brings to … Continue reading

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