Film Review – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Directed by: James Gunn Written by: James Gunn Runtime: 2h 16m It is becoming redundant at this point to say that Marvel...

Book Review – How To Be Here (Rob Bell)

The past couple of months have been hectic; not only have I published my own book and launched my subscription box business, but I...

Film Review – The Black Cauldron (1985)

The Black Cauldron Directors: Ted Berman, Richard Rich Writers: Lloyd Alexander (novel), David Jonas (story) Starring: Grant Bardsley, Freddie Jones, Susan Sheridan Runtime: 80 min Reviewer: Kyle Rees In an era where Dungeons...

Film Review – High Rise (2015)

High Rise (2015) Director:Ben Wheatley Writers: J.G. Ballard (novel), Amy Jump Stars: Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller Run Time: 1hr 59m Reviewer: Andy Millward My son saw Ben Wheatley and Amy Jump‘s film adaptation of JG Ballard‘s...

Product Review: OSCOO Qi Wireless Charger

The OSCOO Qi Wireless Charger is well designed, and sturdily built - it almost has an Apple feel to it. The circular design is...

Restaurant Review: Rivington Bar & Grill, Shoreditch

Rivington Bar & Grill, Shoreditch British pub-style grub and regional specials in informal modern dining room. Weekend brunch in the gentrified East End has become an institution, an...

Film Review – Denial (2016)

Denial (2016) Director: Mick Jackson Writers: David Hare (screenplay), Deborah Lipstadt (based on the book "History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier"...

Review – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang West Yorkshire Playhouse Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman Based on the MGM motion picture Directed by James Brining Reviewer:...

Restaurant Review: Max’s Sandwich Shop, Crouch End, London

My son and I tried before to eat at Max’s sandwich shop once before, but due to the fact he had not checked opening times in advance...

Review – Song of the Sea (2014)

Quite simply, animated films, unlike their live-action counterparts, are hard to get right. Select titles, like Miyazaki's Spirited Away and Pixar's Inside Out, prove...