The Weekend Binge – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

DON’T PANIC! These are the words emblazoned on front cover of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a repository of knowledge on how to make your way through the universe for less than thirty Altairan Dollars a day. Provided you don’t stop at too many bars along the way. The TV series of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (known here on out as H2G2 … Continue reading The Weekend Binge – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

From Amish to A-List: The Story of Raindance’s Elliot Grove

You wouldn’t want to be caught in a movie theatre when Jesus comes back, would you?” I was born into an Amish Mennonite family in Ontario and I was forbidden to go to the movie theatre because ‘the devil lived there’. One hot August day, I was sent to the local village to buy a part we needed on the farm. It was going to … Continue reading From Amish to A-List: The Story of Raindance’s Elliot Grove

The Legend of Wallace and Gromit

Yesterday we learnt that Peter Sallis – the man who was the voice of Wallace from the excellent Wallace and Gromit series – passed away on Friday 2nd June aged 96. Sallis was known for his performance as Cleggy in Last of the Summer Wine, Penley in the 1967 Ice Warriors episode of Doctor Who and the voice of Rat in the 1980s Wind in the Willows series but for many … Continue reading The Legend of Wallace and Gromit

The Weekend Binge: Gilmore Girls

If you’re a TV addict, you know that most of the best shows are often gritty; they’re dark, violent, sexy, mature, serious, gripping, and while that’s all well and good…Don’t you ever fancy a break? You know, just getting away from the doom and gloom of Game of Thrones, or the political intrigue of House of Cards, just a show that’s nice. Positive vibes that … Continue reading The Weekend Binge: Gilmore Girls

Chris Pine – Wonder Woman Interview

It has become one of the biggest hyped films of the year. Following on from a tepid marketing campaign, controversial screenings (more on that later,) and great reviews for a DC film, Wonder Woman is now an exciting and kick-arse film that we can’t wait to see. The film revolves around a young warrior princess who is asked to help fight in World War 1 … Continue reading Chris Pine – Wonder Woman Interview

My Life as a Courgette – Review

In the grand tapestry of the film industry, audiences are treated with kids gloves, as though their IQs were scraping the bottom of the barrel and they had to be spoon-fed their entertainment like the idiots we are. While we can wail about the general public, the rise of independent films and their popularity showcases a more intricate intellect than first thought. This essence of … Continue reading My Life as a Courgette – Review