October, 2016

Film Review: Train To Busan

For many reasons 2016 has been a horrific year, but weirdly enough a great year for horror. No doubt seeping up from the infected pool of global stress, fear and panic perpetuated by the relentless dark rain of mass media.

Hector out on DVD 31 October – Win one of 3 copies

Cadiz Music is pleased to announce that the uplifting and beautifully acted film HECTOR is coming to DVD on 31 October 2016, making it the ideal gift this Christmas. To celebrate its release, we have 3 x DVDs to give away!

Travel: Get into the Swing of Budapest

Created in derelict apartments, warehouses and factory buildings which were destined for destruction, they have not so much been lovingly restored, but taken over by the cool kids, and not one is the same.

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Film Review: I, Daniel Blake

How To Dehumanise A Nation “I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.” John Locke As absolutely heart…

TV Review: Crazyhead

When Two Tribes Go To War What is it about strong inspirational funny as hell amazing demon arse kicking awesome women? You wait for…

american Honey Film Review

Film Review: American Honey

Rites Of Passengers Even though it’s a technique that the extremely talented writer, director Andrea Arnold has used before in some of her previous…

Win Merchandise Bundle from ‘Cell’ out on DVD starring Samuel L Jackson

To coincide with the Blu-ray, DVD & Digital release of terrifying Stephen King adaptation Cell, starring John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson, we have a very exclusive merch bundle up for grabs including a Cell DVD, limited Headshot Clothing designed t-shirt, iPhone case and paperback of the hit novel upon which the movie is based!

Recipe: Mealworm Risotto.

Over the weekend we’ve been sampling some unusual snacks kindly sent to us from Jimini’s, including their range of flavoured bug boxes and cricket…

Film Review: War on Everyone

On punched paper, or maybe on a bruised computer screen, whichever format the incredible writer/director talent that is John Michael McDonagh chooses to stare down his words on when building his brutally dark yet instantly relatable worlds, the concept and talents that were being wrangled together/harnessed for his latest cinematic rodeo ‘War On Everyone’ (2016) was a dead cert to win.

Film Review: The Greasy Strangler

I’m not about to place the creators of mind lubricating genius of ‘The Greasy Strangler’ (2016) on the same pedestal as the masters who have moved on this year, it’s a wee bit early for that. But even the great masters were inspired by many many things, and there is just so much creativity going on in this movie that I’ve zero doubt it will inspire future wonderment/warpedment.