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 […]

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 – […]

REVIEW: Django Unchained

Denounced in some quarters as the blood spattered corpse of Hollywood’s adherence to the social contract, lauded in others as a daring attempt to dragoon America’s legacy of slavery back to the public sphere; Quentin Tarantino’s Western epic has proven every bit as provocative as any of his previous projects. However, stripped of the usual […]

REVIEW: Les Misérables

Famously trashed by critics when it first appeared on the stage in 1985, the film version of Les Misérables has arrived. However, loosely based on Victor Hugo’s immense novel set among the poor in 19th century France, the production has thrived ever since. It now stands as the longest- running musical in the West End […]

REVIEW: The Impossible

On December 26 2004, an earthquake struck the Indian Ocean and caused a catastrophic tsunami that changed the lives of millions. The Impossible tells the true story of a family caught amidst the thousands who were left wounded, lost and alone while on holiday in Thailand. Tissues at the ready people, this is one of […]

REVIEW: Life of Pi

From acclaimed director Ang Lee, comes another must-see movie that takes you on a journey packed full with self-discovery and adventure. Based on the book by Yann Martel,  Life of Pi tells the tale of a young Indian boy (Pi) who, while sailing to Canada with his family and their zoo, is shipwrecked on the […]

REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – O2 Academy, Glasgow

Ellie Goulding O2 Academy, Glasgow, 14/12/12 British singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding gained stardom as soon as her music career began in 2009. Before her debut album Lights topped the charts, Goulding had already won the Critics’ Choice Award as the Brit Awards and the BBC  Sound Of… poll in 2010, following in the footsteps of Adele […]