Death to The Thermals! (Long Live The Thermals!)

With the Portland, Oregon trio’s excellent new album, We Disappear nearing its release,
Hutch Harris takes a break on tour to talk about his penchant for writing songs on the subject of death, who would make his Celebrity death list, and why his funeral will rock more than yours.


Film Reissue: Network (1976)

Star Spangled Snuff Yet another great release this week by the good folk at Arrow Films/Videos, and a quite topical (more warnings about corporations)…

Film Reissue: Rollerball

Set in 2018 (there’s still time for the setting to be completed and the extremely secretive Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will only bring it closer) a few years after The Corporate Wars ravaged the globe and resulted in a division of the world and it’s people amongst various corporations.

Win: The King Of Escape on DVD

A film about tractors, aphrodisiacs and forbidden love from Alain Guiraudie, the Cannes Award Winning director of Stranger By The Lake. The King Of Escape is a riotous French sex comedy about raising cocks in rural France and we have three copies to give away on DVD.

The Best Films Of The Last 10 years


After the wave of excitement that followed this year’s Academy Awards, we thought that it was about time we had a look back over some of the most memorable films of the last 10 years.

the voices uk review 2015

Film Review: The Voices

All cats are evil right? I’ve always suspected this and now I have seen proof in Marjane Satrapi’s (Persepolis, 2007) outstanding new VERY black comedy ‘The Voices’ 2014.

X + Y Film Review 2015

Film Review: x+y

Communication is a strange auld thing. Since the beginning of well, some time ago, Man has being telling anyone who’ll listen stories about anything and everything via seemingly endless different mediums.