January, 2016

Film Review: Lost in Karastan

Emil Forester is said washed-up movie director. He receives a call from ‘Chulpan’ (MyAnna Buring) a representative from ‘Karastan’, inviting him to a film festival at which his work is being honoured.

Travel: Naumi Hotel, Singapore

If you come to visit Singapore, finding somewhere to rest your weary head after action-packed days exploring this hyper-modern town will be high up on your priority list and Singapore doesn’t disappoint.

Film Review: Camp X-ray

Clearly the number one weapon of choice in modern war fare is semantics. It’s usage is the absolute foundation to Newspeak as laid out in George Orwell’s warning to us all about the evolution of absolute State power in his book ‘1984’.

Film Review: The Revenent

And so begins our birth into the world clearly created whilst on holidays in the realm of Hades by auteur director Alejandro González Iñárritu (Birdman) in his unforgettable tour-de-force-of-nature The Revenant (2015).

Damien Jurado new record 2016

Damien Jurado – “Exit 353”

After the bad news today about David Bowie I thought it might be a good idea to cheer everyone up and post something new and brilliant from Damien Jurado.

Spiced Red Lentil Soup to raise funds for Syria

Throughout the month of January, Borough Market based restaurant Arabic Bar & Kitchen will be serving a spiced red lentil soup and donating £3 per bowl sold to the Soup for Syria initiative.

WIN! The Revenant prizes – In cinemas January 15th

Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu (Birdman) and inspired by true events, THE REVENANT tells the story of Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio), a man betrayed and left for dead in uncharted territory; a man with an unbreakable spirit who survived the unimaginable.