Movie Review: Frankenweenie

A bit like a dark Santa Claus(aws), Tim Burton arrives every so often, bearing what you hope is the wonderful treat you’ve been waiting all year for. And just like Christmas’s that we’ve all had at some stage, they can be sometimes a bit of a disappointment.

Film Review: Ted

The comedy is un-apologetically politically un-correct, but it’s also touching and moving, and at times, genuinely sad. You start to forget it’s a CGI bear that you’re watching, acting.

Film Review: Batman – The Dark Knight Rises

Nolan completely (and very successfully) rebuilt the Batman franchise into the titan it is today. I just wish he could have also invented a few words to go along with it, to help us describe just how epic and truly awesome this all is. I’m starting to believe that quite a few notches above the word ‘epic’ lies the word ‘Nolan’. The Dark Knight Rises is Nolan!

HitchHikers Guide To The Galaxy – Live

I grew up with The HitchHikers Guide To The Galaxy. I remember listening to the radio series in primary school over and over and I read the book continuously quoting from it continually as a kid, adoring it completely.

Spider (Fashion) Sense

With the release of the latest Marvel Comic adaptation, ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ on 3 July 2012, over-enthusiastic fashionistas may very well dare to wear the red and blue unitard and emulate Spiderman’s spandexy style. For the rest of us, this is not necessary because comic book fashion is already seeping into the mainstream.

The Really Really Amazing Spider-Man

In a great deal of superhero movies, evolution is everything, and Marc Webb’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ is a higher state of being, and a brilliant addition on this the 50th anniversary of Spidey’s birth.

Lamborghini Uncovered: A moving museum in London

Highlights from the show include a classic 350 GT, a Countach 25th Anniversary Edition) and a Miura P 400 SV. Not forgetting the slightly more modern Aventador LP700-4, and a very nice Lamborghini Gallardo.

Film Review: Rock of Ages

The story begins with Sherrie (Julianne Hough) on her first night in LA to begin a career as a singer, after stepping off the bus she meets Drew (Diego Boneta), also a singer, working in the famous Bourbon Bar in Hollywood, a vibrant, extravagant and notorious music venue and club.

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre – Ragtime

Regents Park gem, nestled away in the inner circle behind the boating lakes, bandstands and the siege of herons lining up like guardsman, is the historical Open Air Theatre, whose original airing was in 1932. Suddenly a twinkling of fairy lights appears and you feel like your entering something private and magical.

Kapow – Comic Convention 2012

Kapow! is such a wonderfully embracing/encouraging environment where the guests speakers are often meeting people who in turn inspired them in their youth. Access to some of the worlds greatest artists was readily available, and there were many portfolios being nervously examined throughout the venue.