Vix Russell

The name's Russell, Victoria Russell, but please do call me Vix. The things in life that keep me smiling are:- Music (predominantly EDM, but partial to some Einaudi and Country), food, films and dressing up in a morph suit and running around town, imagining that I'm a vigilante. Follow me on Twitter HERE

Art: Neverended @ LondonNewcastle, London

In the never-ending quest for acceptance into the world of mainstream art, ‘Neverended’ is a new retrospective exhibition showcasing a curated collection of over 200 pieces by internationally acclaimed graffiti and street artists from the Rockwell House private collection.

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.

Film Review: The Wedding Ringer

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’re all set to get married, got the bride-to-be, the old, the new, the borrowed and the blue but there’s one small thing missing…?

Film Review: Love is Strange

Love is….Chopin Beethoven Marriage Bunk-beds Turbulent times But most of all, Strange. Love is Strange is a Drama, directed by Ira Sachs, that depicts…

Wild - Movie Review

Film Review: Wild

“Wild” Reese Witherspoon plays Cheryl Strayed in Nick Hornby’s film adaptation of Cheryl Strayed’s best-selling memoir, “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail”.

Film Review: Night At The Museum: Secret of The Tomb

In this, the third (and final) installment of the Night At The Museum saga, nightwatchman Larry (played agin by Ben Stiller) has to deal with the unexpected and rapid corrosion of the ‘Tablet of Ahkmenrah” and with it, the loss of the magic that brings the museum’s exhibits to life every night.

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Film Review: Dumb and Dumber To

As we are now well and truly in the clutches of Winter, there is nothing better than wrapping up warm and watching a comedy to pass the time until the cold and ever-lasting dark days finally vanish.

Live Review: Winterhours / Champs @The Stillery

Isle of Wight’s favourite sons, Champs sound like a sparkling combination of Coldplay, The Beach Boys, Kings of Leon and Tape The Radio. Well-constructed vocal harmonies, original melodies and quirky guitar riffs laced with effects pedals aplenty.

Film Review: Stations Of The Cross

Before accepting this piece, I was warned that Dietrich Brüggemann’s ‘Stations Of The Cross’ was heavy… my oh my were they right, this film hit me harder than an upper-cut from Frank Bruno.