REVIEW: End of Watch

“Once upon a time in South Central…” As the film begins, there lived two cops. One day they stumble upon the crime of a lifetime which labels them the number one target for the country’s most notorious drug cartel. Far from your average fairytale, this is an adrenaline pumping, gun wheeling, heart stomping action movie […]

REVIEW: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

I have a confession to make. When Twilight, the first part of the R-Patz and K-Stew-fronted vampire saga, hit movie theatres, I saw it three times. I’ve read all the books, I have a mug with Edward Cullen’s face on it, my friend even bought me a Twilight annual one Christmas– I’m bordering on being […]

REVIEW: The Rock Sound Riot Tour, O2 ABC, Glasgow

Billy Talent, O2 ABC, Glasgow 14 November 2012 This year’s tour from Rock Sound is headlined by Canadian Emo-Punk quartet Billy Talent, with support from the One Direction of rock, Don Broco (erroneously thanked as “Donny Broken” by BT frontman Ben Kowalewicz) and AWOLNation – whose recorded material does no justice to their savage Jack […]

REVIEW: Kardashian Kollection

Those famous Kardashian sisters have been keeping busy launching their very own fashion line exclusively with the UK high street retailer Dorothy Perkins. Kim, Khloe and Kourtney have created a clothing range of more than 100 pieces consisting of leopard print, figure hugging dresses and sequined accessories. I must admit, my guilty pleasure is watching […]

REVIEW: Conor Maynard, O2 ABC, Glasgow

Conor Maynard O2 ABC, Glasgow, 5/11/12 Teen sensation Conor Maynard was greeted by a hoard of screaming fans when he took to the stage at the O2 ABC. And the reaction wasn’t surprising for anyone who’d been anywhere near Glasgow’s city centre. Fans of the 19-year-old singer queued outside the Sauchiehall Street venue from as […]

REVIEW: Lawson – Chapman Square

It’s safe to say that boy bands are taking over the charts currently with the likes of One Direction and The Wanted – and who doesn’t love a good boy band? Lawson, however, are just a bit more than a boy band. Despite having all the standard boy band characteristics – being extremely easy on […]

REVIEW: Skyfall

It’s been four years since Daniel Craig graced our screens as Ian Flemming’s secret agent 007 and now he has finally returned.  Like Craig’s former Bond movies – Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace – Skyfall definitely lives up to the previous films and even manages to pull off some surprising plot twists. The Plot […]

REVIEW: Taylor Swift – Red

It seems the name on everyone’s lips these days is Taylor Swift; and with good reason too! The cute 22-year-old is one of the top five selling digital music artists worldwide, and boasts an impressive collection of awards, including six Grammies! Taylor’s fourth studio album Red, released on 22 October, was bound to be a […]

REVIEW: Cheryl: My Story

For the first time Cheryl Cole tells all in her only official autobiography. For those of you who don’t know who Cheryl is (you must’ve been hiding under a rock), she shot to fame in TV’s Pop Stars: The Rivals, winning a place in girl band Girls Aloud. Since then, Cheryl has gone on to […]