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James Ostrer: Wotsit All About? at Gazelli Art House | Exhibition review

James Ostrer: Wotsit All About? at Gazelli Art House
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Gazelli Art House in Mayfair is currently showing an exhibition of photographs by James Ostrer depicting men and women grotesquely covered in sweets and junk food. As you may be able to gather, the work is about highlighting the [read more]

Moebius | Movie review

Moebius
MOVIE REVIEW

Controversial Buddhist filmmaker Kim Ki-duk seldom shies away from tackling a subject that is macabre but with a personal attachment. His films have, for the most part, tackled taboo subject matters like teenage prostitution in Samaritan [read more]

The Keeper of Lost Causes | Movie review

The Keeper of Lost Causes
MOVIE REVIEW

Based on the bestselling novel of the same name by prolific Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen, Mikkel Nørgaard’s film adaptation Kvinden i buret or The Keeper of the Lost Causes became Denmark’s top box office release of 2013; this [read more]

Paramount launches High Spirits afternoon tea | Review

Paramount launches High Spirits afternoon tea
REVIEW

Quality should always be the main aim for a restaurateur, sourcing the best products at the cost you want to offer them. Ideas comes next on the list: it’s fundamental to come up with something different, credible and entertaining. [read more]

Indiana – No Romeo | Album review

Indiana – No Romeo
ALBUM REVIEW

Nottingham-bred mother of two Lauren Henson’s profile is growing. As dark electronica songstress Indiana, she’s known for her soulful take on an inherently mechanical genre. Since the release of her top-10 track Solo Dancing, opinions [read more]

Mood Indigo | Movie review

Mood Indigo
MOVIE REVIEW

Michel Gondry clearly feels an artistic affinity with the late surrealist novelist Boris Vian. Gondry – who first came to prominence as a director of vividly fantastical music videos – made the leap to the big screen with 2004s The [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Peanut Butter Breakfast

Original recipe of the week: Peanut Butter Breakfast

It’s so easy to skip breakfast when you’re busy. Many of us think that it’s healthy to skip breakfast but several studies prove that it’s even worse for you if you do. Breakfast is the most important meal of the [read more]

Believe: interviews with Natasha McElhone, Brian Cox and Sandy Busby

Believe: interviews with Natasha McElhone, Brian Cox and Sandy Busby

Believe is a heart-warming progression from the distresses of a fatherless, working class household in Manchester to the glory and shared love of the football pitch. We interviewed actors Natasha McElhone and Brian Cox, and Sir Matt [read more]

Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me | Movie review

Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me
MOVIE REVIEW

Ironically, Big Star, a short-lived Memphis rock band from the 1970s, never quite lived up to their name. Plagued by a series of professional and personal problems, the band enjoyed just a small cult following despite big dreams. Writer [read more]

Mystery Road | Movie review

Mystery Road
MOVIE REVIEW

With names like Slaughter Hill and Massacre Creek, the rural town of Winton in Queensland, Australia was never going to rank highly in “best family destinations” on TripAdvisor. Thankfully, Mystery Road has far more redeeming [read more]

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