LIVE REVIEW: The Stone Roses @ Hampden, Glasgow

Manchester’s favourite sons The Stone Roses graced the Hampden stage on Saturday (24 June) in a triumph of classic anthems in what is speculated to be their last hurrah. 🎶 Primal Scream Glasgow indie rockers Primal Scream were the main support act for the night. As the crowd eagerly awaited the classics of Movin’ On […]

REVIEW: Wonder Woman – Rise of the Warrior

Dir: Patty Jenkins Cert: 12A Release: 1 Jun ’17 Superhero movies. They’re mostly men in daft costumes, rampaging around and saving the world while the ladies look on from the sidelines, offering the occasional romantic distraction. In recent years, however, the ladies that populate the big-screen adaptations of our favourite comic books have been taking […]

REVIEW: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

Dir: James Gunn Cert: 12A Release: 28 April 2017 Find me a man who doesn’t love Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord, and I’ll show you a liar. I may be biased because I’ve had big love for Chris for a long time (harking back to his chunkier days as Andy Dwyer in Parks and Rec), but the […]

REVIEW: Logan

Dir: James Mangold Cert: 15 Release date: 3 March When it was announced that Hugh Jackman was stepping out as Wolverine for the very last time, our hearts broke a little – but Logan is definitely more than worth the devastation. In Logan, we’re fast-forwarded to 2029, and our favourite mutant is now older, craggier, grumpier (if […]

REVIEW: La La Land

Dir: Damien Chazelle Release: 12 January 2017 Certificate: 12A Confession: I love a musical. Give me big dance numbers, catchy tunes, brightly coloured costumes and predictable plot lines over a dreary drama any day. Singin’ in the Rain, Rent, Grease, the Wizard of Oz… I love them all. But I think I might have a […]

Twin Atlantic Gig Review

  Our favourite Scottish band, Twin Atlantic,  took to the stage on Tuesday night to play one of three sold out gigs at the legendary Glasgow venue, the Barrowlands. Despite the boys being offered a night at the SSE Hydro, they opted instead for three night at one of Britain’s most beloved music venues. The […]

REVIEW: Doctor Strange

Dir: Scott Derrickson Cert: 12A Release date:  25/10/16 When Benedict Cumberbatch was cast as Marvel’s Doctor Strange, a few eyebrows were raised. Could the British favourite make it as a superhero? Or would he just be Sherlock in a cape? The good news is that Benedict takes this role and makes it his own – he […]

REVIEW: The Girl on the Train

Dir: Tate Taylor Cert: 15 Release: 5 Oct 2016 It’s one of the most anticipated movies of the year – so how does The Girl on the Train measure up? Based on the smash hit novel by Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train is the story of 30-something Rachel (Emily Blunt), an alcoholic divorcée […]

REVIEW: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Dir: Sharon Maguire Certificate: 15 Release date: 16 September 2016 As far as Brit rom-coms go, Bridget Jones’s Diary is a true icon. The 2001 hit, based on the Helen Fielding novel of the same name, was a worldwide success, with its follow-up, The Edge of Reason, also proving popular with cinema-goers. But when a […]