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30th July 2012
My ticket said “Howler [USA] with Zulu Winter [UK]”. It was only once at the door that a last minute headliner had pushed the other two down the billing, as American blues pop outfit Friends had been announced as the main event.
26th July 2012
The Lorax is a grumpy but charming deity, a stumpy orange human shaped being with a huge yellow moustache for which Danny DeVito has been perfectly cast (sorry Danny). His enthusiasm and gruffness steals every scene he is in, supported for maximum comedy effect by a number of charismatic woodland >>
24th July 2012
Russian Standard kindly invited a group of us to enjoy their range of vodkas in the hope of educating us to have more of an appreciation of vodka and its spiritual (excuse the pun) home of Russia. They figured the best way to achieve this was to get us drunk as sailors on shore leave but with >>
14th July 2012
Seeking a Friend For The End Of The World is, in case you thought they were kidding, about the Apocalypse happening in three weeks time. A huge asteroid is on course to hit the earth. Upon hearing the news of their impending doom, Dodge’s (Steve Carell) wife leaves him, leaving him to >>
28th June 2012
The Fringe is is an exclusive pop-up members club that is opening for 51 days during the Olympic Games. We sent Ray down to have a look and taste (and drink).
11th June 2012
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.
30th April 2012
In Elles, Juliette Binoche plays Anne, a journalist for Elle magazine in Paris. She undertakes a job investigating prostitution amongst female students struggling to pay their tuition fees.
22nd March 2012
A fantastic movie that shouldn’t be judged on its age rating or it’s absurd comparison to other ‘teen’ genre movies released in recent times. This stands out as a science fiction triumph, dystopian, critical and compelling, and is one thrill ride I’m glad did not pass me by.
14th March 2012
This review is going to prove difficult to write so before I lose you I’ll just say that Cabin In The Woods is one of the funniest, terrifying and most refreshing films I’ve seen for years.
10th March 2012
Directed by Andrew Stanton, the man behind Wall-E, Finding Nemo and A Bug’s Life, it is no surprise that he again offers here a truly wonderful aesthetic experience with the movie John Carter.
1st March 2012
A celebration of a time in young people’s lives when they take gambles, make mistakes and (hopefully) learn something from them, but this movie is perhaps NOT a template for how you should spend your free time.
8th February 2012
A high-profile fugitive turns himself in to a US consulate in Cape Town and is sent to a CIA ‘Safe House' for further questioning. It appears fairly quickly however that it is not only the CIA seeking the information kept by the detainee and dangerous forces are at work to intercept him first. >>