Film Review: Get On Up

Film Review: Get On Up

Opening with an incident late in James Brown’s life that is startlingly strange, Tate Taylor broaches his biopic of the Godfather of Soul with an individual outlook. Written by award-winning playwright Jez Butterworth and his brother John-Henry Get On Up is not your typical, straight-forward rags to riches story.


The Top 10 Most Loved and Revered Religion Themed FIlms of All Time

With Dietrich Bruggemann’s award-winning drama based on an extreme Catholic sect STATIONS OF THE CROSS hitting UK cinema screens on 28 November, we look back at films that have propelled stories around faith into the spotlight – sometimes to critical acclaim and other times to public outcry.


Music at the Movies

A good film needs good directing and great performances from the cast but the music can add a whole other level to the movie-going experienc


Royksopp – The Inevitable End

All things come to an end, it’s inevitable. But for a duo like Sweden’s Royksopp whether this is the actual ‘Inevitable End’ for them remains open for debate.

barnyard london

Food: Barnyard – London

Barnyard is friendly old kind o’ place, five minutes from the Tottenham Court Road end of Oxford St in Fitzrovia, it’s owned by Oskar Kinberg and Ollie Dabbous the same team behind the increasingly popular restaurant, Dabbous just up the road…


Win Family Guy Season 14 on DVD

Family Guy is back!! During this raucous season, Peter gets a vestigial twin (Vestigial Peter), the Griffins travel to Italy (Boopa-dee Bappa-dee), Quagmire and…

Paris Motorshow 2014

Paris Motor Show 2014

I headed to the 2014 Paris Motor Show to check out some of the 57 new cars unveiled to the public for the first time.