Day: April 18, 2016

Review: Victoria

Review: Victoria

Review by Jack Deslandes Filmed entirely in one take, Victoria is a roller coaster ride of nail-biting tension and heart-stopping suspense that, if you make it through, will leave you bitter, cold, and gasping for breath. The story takes place between the hours of 4 and 6 am as it ...

DVD Review: Heartless

DVD Review: Heartless

Review by Leslie Byron Pitt Scandinavian fiction has gained a significant amount of attention over the last few years. With good reason too. Whether it's film or television, there’s been an abundance of mature, adult drama. Be it critiques on masculinity such as the 2014 feature Force Majeure, or the ...

WATCH – Yobs at Tyne and Wear Metro Station

WATCH – Yobs at Tyne and Wear Metro Station

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor A video has emerged of a youth aggressively threatening a passenger on the Tyne and Wear Metro. The footage, taken over the weekend, shows him losing it with a passenger. The two-minute exchange was filmed by a fellow passenger. The man filming believes the two ...

Alex Lodge: Weekly Report Vol 40

Alex Lodge: Weekly Report Vol 40

By Alex Lodge (@alexlodgemusic | Insta @alexlodgemusic7) Alex Lodge is a music supervisor for film, TV and advertising at Thirty Two.  Back again after a short break with a long list that I’ve been putting together over the last two weeks. We also kick off with a weird Michael Kamen ...

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How To Make The Perfect… ‘Backyard Burger’

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food It’s no secret that MEATliquor have become extremely renowned for their burgers in recent, even in so far as inspiring colossal queues to form, in order to visit the no-reservations restaurant during peak times. With various outlets now open across the city, as well as branches ...

Cyber threat warning to world energy

Cyber threat warning to world energy

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor The World Energy Council has said that the UK is at severe risk of a cyber attack against its energy infrastructure. Christopher Frei, director general at the World Energy Council, said the UK was one of several countries facing a growing threat. He said: “In ...

Social Media Data Shows Swing To Goldsmith

Disposable income growth worst in London

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor New research has revealed that London has half of the ten worst performing areas for an increase in disposable income. Over the last five years Londoners have been squeezed by rising housing costs and also lower bonuses for those in the financial services industry, which ...