Day: March 12, 2015

Dialects announce debut EP details

By Grant Bailey (@GrantDBailey) Escaping a really dire Christmas party - This was the premise under which Conor (guitar), Steve (guitar) and Jonathan (drums) first went into a rehearsal space and made simultaneous loud noises. With material Conor had been writing since his previous band ended the trio began creating ...

Run All Night – Film Review

 By Stephen Mayne @finalreel  finalreel.co.uk Come on people, by now it must be clear that threatening Liam Neeson’s fictional family cannot end well. For Neeson - part-time actor, full-time avenger - does not take kindly to guns pointed in the general direction of his children. Or knives, blunt instruments, mean ...

X + Y – Film Review

By Emma Silverthorn @HouseOf_Gazelle Who knew a film about maths could be so entertaining? Inspired by his 2007 documentary Beautiful Young Minds director Morgan Matthews and writer James Graham’s X + Y is a very funny, sweet yet unsentimental drama centred on the surprisingly fascinating, (and hardcore), world of a ...

Eclectic Method – Light Saber

By Dan Gleabals If you haven’t at some point in your life waved your hands about making Light Saber noises imagining you’re defeating Darth Vader then this isn’t the video for you. Star Wars VII is fast approaching, but not fast enough, so for the second time this year legendary ...

5 Months on from Ayotzinapa

By Ruby Zajac ‘¡Fuera Peña!’(Peña Out!) and ‘¡Fue el estado!’(It was the state) are two of the most common slogans in the revolutionary movement currently gripping Mexico. Five months ago, the president lost his already tenuous mandate to run the country, and most people I’ve spoken to don’t think there’s ...