Day: February 18, 2015

Spring – Film Review

By Sam Inglis @24fpsUK  24fps.org.uk  The horror genre has always been one for hybrids, both in terms of what it depicts and how it uses generic convention. The thing is, combining two ideas that work in isolation, interesting as the concept may be, doesn't always lead to a third great ...

Ireland v England – Sexton v Ford

Sport News 24/7 By Ellie Caddick  @caddicksport  @TLE_Sport Ireland v England is already being billed as the Six Nations decider despite taking place in only the third round of the competition.  The assumption that the result of this game will be pivotal to the championship may seem premature; however, as ...

Bias Battles on the Ukip Express

By Bill Lytton "A biased, partisan depiction of the only party that Believes in Britain." Those are the words - and remember them - of Nigel Farage describing Channel 4's "docu-drama": 'Ukip: the First 100 Days'. Fictionalised satire, or speculative fiction; this is Chris Atkin's dystopian sketch of a United ...

Review: Balans Soho Society, Shepherd’s Bush

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic  Spoilt by pop-up ventures, market stalls and a veritable smorgasbord of world cuisines the hungry residents of Shepherd’s Bush could be forgiven for omitting the behemoth Westfield Shopping Centre as a dining option. But as a short walk from the tube goes ...