As part of Glasgow Film Festival 2018, we watched The Breadwinner, a 2017 animated film.
“I might be a bit broken, but you can’t break me,” screamed shock-rocker Marilyn Manson as the curtain fell for his adoring fans. After suffering a terrifying injury when a prop crushed him in September, the creative mind behind Marilyn Manson didn’t let this hold him back. Instead of getting some bed rest, his full […]
Fasten your seatbelts – Dave Grohl and co. are back. The Foo Fighters have just released their ninth studio album, Concrete and Gold – but do the American rockers still have what it takes? In short, yes – yes they most definitely do. You would be forgiven in thinking Concrete and Gold is a mellow […]
Dir: Christopher Nolan Cert: 12A Release date: 21 July 2017 Dunkirk is by far one of Nolan’s best films since the Dark Knight Trilogy. The cinematography is beyond astounding but I think we already knew from Nolan’s other films that this would be a prominent feature. Dunkirk’s script itself is very minimal which allows for […]
Dir: Joe Watts Cert: 12A Release date: 7 July ’17 This year is pretty much wall-to-wall superhero movies – but there’s more than enough room in the comic book cacophony for Marvel’s latest release, Spider-Man: Homecoming. We had a pretty good idea that Brit Tom Holland was going to be a great Spidey after his […]
Sunshine, sunnies, bronzed glow – oh wait, it’s still grey and rainy outside. Classic Scotland. Well, it looks like we’ve had our summer for this year and if you’re anything like us, your tan ain’t looking so hot. Never fear, we’ve done all the hard work for you and found the best tanning products out […]
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 […]
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 […]