Darwin & The Dinosaur are, apart from being one of the most fabulously titled bands ever are a five piece outfit from Flush The Fashion’s very own hometown of Norwich. With 3 releases already behind them ‘Romulus’ is their latest offering.
So is ’20/20′ any good? Well it’s classy, there’s no doubt about that. It’s probably what’s to be expected from a 32 year old high roller rarely seen in anything but a ‘Suit & Tie’ these days. A look he wears so well he wrote a song about it, accompanied with a video directed by the aforementioned David Fincher.
Eon Altar is a five player iOS, Android and Windows 8 game that allows one tablet to be used as the board, whilst five other devices are used as each player’s character sheet, allowing you to dynamically alter your character, equipment, stats, etc – whilst the main game continues on the center tablet.
The title might call to mind a Queen Latifah comedy bomb-in-waiting, but In the House is actually the brand spanking new movie from writer-director François Ozon, the Gallic stylist who previously served up Swimming Pool, 8 Women and, most recently, battle-of-the-sexes farce Potiche.
Here is the new trailer for Kick Ass 2 – the new movie stars some of the original cast, including Chloë Grace Moretz and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, with the addition of Jim Carrey and Leguizamo, could be good!!
This album, produced by Terry Date (Deftones and Limp Bizkit,) has a more melodic approach to it, gone is the violent screams and deathcore and in are choirs (backing vocals provided by Immanu el and The Drop Dead Clothing gang) and electronic influences.
What I actually experienced here was a trip down memory lane, I instantly felt like a child again. It was just like playing Sega Rally Championship on the PC or at an arcade. That’s the graphical style down to a tee, outdated yes, but tried and true.
Converse started making ‘sneakers’ in the US way back in 1908. Marquis Mills Converse first produced the shoes and had the radical idea to…
Based on real-life events in America in which a ‘prank’ call would lead to cases of assault, Craig Zobel’s film raises a lot of questions and pushes a lot of buttons, but it is a remarkable, frank, uncomfortable piece of cinema that demands to be seen.
As Kvelertak take to the high stage and the venue’s bathed in an icy blue glow nearly everyone in attendance is pretty well shitfaced (this is Glasgow on a Saturday night) but there isn’t even a hint of lethargy as wave after wave of energy and aggression sweep through the venue and threaten to tear the place asunder.
A few years ago, quite a few in fact. I was baby-sitting my little sisters while my folks were out meeting friends. I was about 10, quite responsible, so don’t be phoning social services (it was the 70s, health and safety didn’t exist then), and ‘Salem’s Lot’ was on TV. The moment when the Nosferatu style vampire came straight up out of the floor in the police cell scared the shit out of me, and I never felt more alive.
Win one of 3 copies of Sightseers Chris (Steve Oram) wants to show Tina (Alice Lowe) his world and he wants to do it his way – on a journey through the British Isles in his beloved Abbey Oxford Caravan.
The central figure in Reality is Luciano (played by Aniello Arena), a Neapolitan fishmonger whose puckishly charming personality and penchant for fancy dress-enabled pranks mean that his wife, kids and comic troupe of a wider family are always telling him he should be on TV.
This Michael Hoffman directed remake of the sixties original starring Michael Caine and Shirley Maclain, has a screenplay by Joel and Ethan Coen. Starring Coin Firth, Alan Rickman, Cameroon Diaz, Tom Courtenay and Stanly Tucci, although the action is updated to modern day, everyone in the movie still seems to be a stereotype from that era.