What, Spartacus is still going? Hell yes it’s still going.
A dysfunctional family test the warrantee on their kitchen utensils to the absolute limit.
This was supposed to be a review for Nic Cage’s (sort of) revenge flick, Justice. But I watched the wrong film…
What do you do when your epidemics don’t pan out the way you’d hoped? Make up a new, more gut-wrenchingly terrifying one of course!
The best show you’ve never seen…
A breakdown of Larry’s life events, how they are portrayed in the film and what would happen if Larry lived in the real world.
An expose into the horrifyingly abhorrent world of David Cameron’s Animal Alliance.
Social media sites barrage users with innumerable examples of woeful photography, quality and composition have given way to immediacy and convenience; mobile phone photography dominates.
Orthorexia literally translates to ‘correct diet’. That’s right, there’s finally an eating disorder for healthy eaters, a shockingly common eating disorder might I add, that affects “one in 10 women and one in 20 men.”
“People don’t go to the movies to read, people go to the movies because they don’t want to read.”
Dear Dave, I cannot help but notice you are taking a fair amount of flak for your flagship policy: The Big Society. And as I admire your arrogance and enjoy watching the theatre that is Prime Minister’s Questions I have decided to give something back, because at the end of the day “we’re all in this together”.
If Twilight is the cinematic equivalent of the Jonas Brothers, then True Blood would be more akin to Motley Crue; sex, violence, drug abuse, more sex, more violence, and then a bit more sex for good measure. However, this is not to say: ‘True Blood is just soft-core porn with fake blood’, far from it.