REVIEW: This Is 40

Happy Valentine’s day everyone! If you’re stuck thinking of what to do tonight, whether your treating a loved one to a night out or you fancy boycotting the romance altogether, This Is 40 could be the perfect solution to your Valentine dilemmas… From comedy genius Judd Apatow comes the sort-of sequel to the 2007 hit […]

Shopping For Rehab

A degree in business mixed with a passion for vintage fashion equaled the perfect career choice for Steven Dick. Steven is the man behind Rehab Clothing, the vintage clothing line from Glasgow making waves on one of fashion’s biggest websites, ASOS.com. Hi Steven, so how did Rehab Clothing get started up? I graduated with a business Honours […]

REVIEW: Bullet For My Valentine – Temper Temper

Bullet for my Valentine’s first album, The Poison, gave hope to the heavy metal community that a new, post-hardcore Metallica were in our midst. Unfortunately that comparison is no longer appropriate; it was around this stage in their career that Metallicareleased the infamous ‘black album’ and Temper Temper, my friends, is no black album. The opening […]

REVIEW: Justin Bieber – Believe Acoustic

Justin Bieber’s last album ‘Believe’ was arguably the most eagerly anticipated album on 2012 – well, for a certain audience anyway. Bieber’s extremely clever manager and marketing team have come up with a marvellous idea to take even more teenage girls’ money by releasing an acoustic version of worldwide multi-platinum ‘Believe’. Genius. Justin Bieber is […]

REVIEW: Frightened Rabbit – Pedestrian Verse

The Selkirk born and bred kings of the indie genre are back and better than ever with their newest album, Pedestrian Verse. Frightened Rabbit, the acoustic, melancholy five-piece who formed ten years ago, have enjoyed a steady rise in success not only in Scotland, but also across the rest of the UK and Ireland. Their […]

REVIEW: Flight

To pay homage to the star of Flight, the ever-so-dashing Denzel Washington, we’ve hidden 10 movies starring this acting legend in this review. How many can you find? From the writer and director of Back to the Future, Forrest Gump and Castaway (to name a few), Robert Zemeckis puts together an all-star cast in this […]

Source’s Best Of: February 2013

Here at Source we like to cater for your every need. As if providing you with interesting reviews, hilarious features and impeccable beauty and fashion advice isn’t enough, we’ve now decided to treat you once again. We’re coming to the end of January now and the rain, cold, snowy/slushy stuff has really taken its toll, […]

REVIEW: Zero Dark Thirty

The latest release from Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow takes the audience on the thrilling journey for the search and capture of al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden. Based on the true accounts from those involved directly from bin Laden’s capture, this film will captivate you as you watch how the CIA found the world’s most wanted […]

REVIEW: The Last Stand

He may be 65, but Arnold Schwarzenegger is far from retiring, and if his performance in The Last Stand is anything to go by, he’ll be on our movie screens for years to come. This terminating action hero kicks, punches and pouts his way through this latest movie blockbuster and delivers an incredible performance – […]