The Chor Bazaar of Bombay is the‚ “thieves’ market”, a place for secondhand goods, curios and bits and bobs. You need to know this to understand the name behind this restaurant of 15 years standing in London’s Mayfair. It’s a play on words which gives you a real feel for what this place is doing.
Over the years, there have been some incredible blockbusters that have hit the big and small screens in the UK, United States and around the world, and Summer 2014 is set to be another great year when it comes to new releases.
Specifically designed to be used by couples, the We-Vibe II’s unique shape and flexible mid-section enables both partner to enjoy heightened stimulation during love-making.
We got one of these at the Flush Magazine offices recently and it’s changed the way we make coffee (probably forever). Unlike other cafetieres,…
I’m usually deadest against calling anything perfect, except Kanye’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, (and that’s only when I’m drunk to annoy the endless Yeezy botherers.) But what Adam Granduciel (The War On Drugs) does on ‘Lost In The Dream’ is as good as perfect.
With powerful, shiny new operating systems and professional-standard cameras on the cards, it will be a great year for getting a shiny new phone. And with free sim cards on offer from many different providers, it can be cheaper than you think to get yourself set up.
To coincide with the home entertainment release of Diana, the recent movie focusing on the final years of Princess Diana, we have three copies…
When the Xbox One console was released late last year, despite the large choice of flagship games available from day one including Fifa, Call of Duty and Forza there was another game on the lips of many expectant gamers…
There were lots of motors to sample from the French manufacturer’s range during a day based at the plush Rookery Hall hotel, set amid the gentle Cheshire countryside. I’ve devised my own menu here from the cars available at the event.
Paddy Considine stars in Honour, a smart new British thriller from the pen of actor turned director, Shan Khan. When a muslim girl (Aiysha Hart) becomes involved in an unsuitable relationship, her family decide the only action is to hire a ‘hitman’ to perform an honour killing.
Thankfully the worst thing about Mastermind, Ross’ sixth studio effort is the cover art. Someone, somewhere has been paid a shed load of money to badly use Microsoft Paint. So to him, well done. Easy money.
Eli Roth introduced Cabin Fever back in 2002 (wow, that was 12 years ago!) and the movie was something fresh in an otherwise dried up field of horror.
Probably to the theme song of Rocky, Terry Gilliam is standing tall and dancing atop the steps once again, and back in the crusade for all things worth talking about, in particular, something small, like existentialism.
New Jersey natives Real Estate and their ‘things are alright but could definitely’ mind-set, have provided the soundtrack to many a barbecue for a good few years now. On ‘Atlas’ their third record out, the masters of docile-rock stick close to familiar paths, but there’s still a spring in their step…