Reviews/Films – “Awesome Affleck At His Brilliant Best” – The Accountant – Friday 14th April – DVD Review Special

A long-time admirer of amazing actor Ben Affleck, in his role as an Asperger’s afflicted yet high-functional autistic accountant come assassin in the captivatingly complex cinematic colossus “The Accountant”, with its release on DVD, we couldn’t let the moment pass without devoting a special review to which, we believe, is Ben at his brilliant best yet, even eclipsing his awesome… Read more »

Reviews/Films – “Must Have’s & Mishap’s” – Film Newsletter One – Friday 7th April

Reviewing recent DVD releases from the amazing “A United Kingdom” to the lousy “The Light Between Oceans”, then the divine “Deepwater Horizon” & tremendous “The Accountant” to the tragic “The Girl On The Train” and the terrifying “The Shallows”, these along with the cinematic classic that is “Doubt”, which of these proved as must have’s & which as mishap’s?   … Read more »

Reports/Music – “Awash With Admiration” – Tracks of The Week – Tuesday 28th March

Back with a reporting feature bang is our “Track of The Week” selections, we so awash with admiration & applause for two tunes that rose in pronounced prominence in our final throw of the March selection dice, one as part of the “Love Actually” resurrection for Comic Relief and the other during our favourite radio hour & broadcast. But what… Read more »

Reviews/Films – “Fatally Fanatical Flop” – Get Out – Saturday 18th March

Post a promising start and with visions of the teasing trailer fixing us unto this film, what transpired was, sadly, another farfetched flop that verged on the fanatical, the post awards season of substandard screenplays that nothing short of have scraped the proverbial barrel, saw “Get Out” added to the list. But what was so bad about this misfire of… Read more »

Reports – “Track Trauma’s & Triumphs” – Formula One ~ Barcelona Testing – Special Feature Focus Three – Saturday 11th Match

With all ten teams having broken cover with their 2017 car designs at various locations around the world, it would be Barcelona that would bring them all together in one place & on one track for the first time this year, but which of the cars impressed the most and what did the two weeks of testing tell us about… Read more »

Reviews/Films – “In A Word, Weird” – A Cure For Wellness – Wednesday 8th March

With a setting in the swiss alps and the inclusion of the charming Celia Imrie in an otherwise obscure cast, this along with the tempting trailer, we were drawn into what turned out one of the weirdest & far-fetched thriller come horror films we have seen in sometime, but apart from the amazing British actress, what else left its “A… Read more »

Reviews/Films – “Pain Of Partition Picture” – Viceroy’s House – Saturday 4th March

Set in the sweltering heat of a nation that was on the verge of partition, the British rule in India coming to an end and the resultant independence creating a new county called Pakistan, “Viceroy’s House” has been described as the Asian version of Upstairs Downstairs, but did it distinguish itself in comparison to its class compatriot and how did… Read more »