- Audi Range Review 2013
- Win 'A Big Ass Spider! and 'The ...
- Damien Jurado - St Pancras Old Church, ...
- Film Review: Jeune et Jolie
- WIN Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa Goodies
- Live Review: 30 Seconds To Mars - O2 Arena
- Film Review: Parkland
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
- Silver Timothy - Damien Jurado
- Velour Modular - Capsule EP
29th November 2013
Francois Ozon’s coming-of-sexual-awakening tale opens with his central family on its summer holiday in the South of France. Isabelle (Marine Vacth) is turning 17 and decides that now is the time for her to lose her virginity.
28th November 2013
To celebrate we are giving two lucky readers the chance to win a copy of the DVD and an ‘I Am Siege Face’ t-shirt. We’re also giving two runners up a Shape digital mug!
24th November 2013
Peter Landesman's directorial debut, adapted from the book 'Four Days in November' by Vincent Bugliosi, concentrates on the stories of the secret service, tasked with taking control of the President's body, Abraham Zapruder who caught the assassination on tape, the staff at the hospital (the >>
21st November 2013
As is typical of a middle part of a movie sequence, Catching Fire struggles to find a truly climactic ending and there are times when you feel it approaching that you wish it would hurry up and get to the point. But it does leave you salivating for the next hit.
15th November 2013
It’s been a great year for documentaries. No doubt inspired by our current deliberately orchestrated worst of times, there seems to be no shortage of stories...
30th October 2013
Now sporting the Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet crown of directing from the original Thor (2011), we have Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones/The Sopranos) guiding the demigods, cohorts and mortals through the ever increasing galaxy of the Marvelverse in Thor: The Dark World (2013). And he does a really >>
26th October 2013
Much like Liar Liar before it, Closed Circuit shines a coruscating light on the lives of those sexy, affluent, highly aspirational hobgoblins we like to call lawyers.
18th October 2013
Bringing together an armada of Greengrass’s superlative abilities, with echoes of ‘Bloody Sunday’, ‘Flight 93’ and even touches of the Bourne series, to tell the tale of two opposite ends of global economics, that is both epic and ultimately intimate at the same time, without breaking >>
7th October 2013
There has been reoprts and speculation tha a red-grade Sharknado is due to hit London in October. To help the public prepare for the natural disaster, a life-saving infographic has been created. Here are some survival tips. Do not confront the Sharknado; Lock yourself inside your home, away from >>
7th October 2013
There are many aspects that create a successful film, among them the cinematography, the script, the actors and the plot. But there are some unexpected characteristics that can take a film from great to spectacular. One such item is surprisingly, jewelry. After all, Titanic would not have been the >>
1st October 2013
To celebrate the release of the new film FILTH, starring James McAvoy, Jamie Bell, Jim Broadbent and Eddie Marsan, we are giving away three copies of the official soundtrack to the film. FILTH hits Scottish cinemas on September 27th and the rest of the UK October 4th.
30th September 2013
Like the true life story itself, this top wee film ’The Great Hip Hop Hoax’ (2013) directed by Jeanie Finlay, nearly feel under my hip hop radar. In the true spirit of the best vinyl ‘diggers’ (record crate hunters), Jeanie has managed to discover a gem of a beat about the facade and lies >>
27th September 2013
I can’t really class myself as an Woody Allen fan. There are many who proclaim themselves to be, which is fair enough, but I just never seemed to get the joke. I’ve enjoyed loads of his movies over the years, but there was no resonance to speak of for my wee thinking sphere.