Day: November 1, 2017

Lurking In The Shadows: 10 Great Horror Films You May Not Have Seen

The Silence of the Lambs: Re-release Review

The Silence of the Lambs is a piece of classic horror cinema, and in the great canon of Hollywood horror it sits happily alongside The Exorcist and Nosferatu. The film is being re-released as part of the “BFI Thriller: Who Can You Trust” season and has been artfully up-scaled and ...

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Beer of the Week: Pagoa Beltza Stout

If the British trends of recent years are anything to go by, the Basque region of Spain is responsible for a remarkable food and drink offering. Although the rest of the country is most famous for lagers such as Estrella and San Miguel, the northern part of Spain – in ...

Film Review: Gauguin

Film Review: Gauguin

By Michael McNulty If you’re looking for a poorly sketched portrait of Paul Gauguin, then Edouard Deluc’s film, Gauguin, might be just the thing for you.  This quasi-biography is a tepid attempt at painting the artists life in the romantic brush strokes that he surely would have liked to have ...

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Restaurant Review: Frog by Adam Handling

With great expectations often comes great disappointment. When Adam Handling opened The Frog near Brick Lane last year, the menu read like an absolute dream. Nonetheless, my expectations weren’t particularly high; I’d imagined The Frog might be one of those restaurants wrought by an overambitious chef who over-promises but under-delivers. ...

Film Review: 78/52

Film Review: 78/52

Taking seven days to shoot and incorporating 78 camera setups and 52 cuts, the shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is one of the most memorable and iconic sequences in cinematic history. In 78/52 director Alexandre O. Philippe looks behind the curtain of Hitchcock’s most famous murder. Joining him is an impressive ensemble of ...

How to shop “vegan”

How to shop “vegan”

By Frances James  New research released for World Vegan Month has revealed over half of Brits are now adopting vegan buying behaviours - but how do you shop "vegan"? Veganism has now transformed from what was once regarded as a fringe movement to winning British hearts and minds in ever greater numbers. ...

PLAYLIST: Best of OCTOBER 2017

PLAYLIST: Best of OCTOBER 2017

Tracks and Treats my Halloween fiends! A belated BOO to you. If you've taken off your suspiciously pongy latex costume, removed the dodgy face paint and tucked into your candy haul (besides the squashy eggs, of course) you're probably ready for our BLOODY good October playlist. Talking of dodgy latex, ...

NextEnergy Solar piles into Italy

NextEnergy Solar piles into Italy

NextEnergy Solar piles into Italy - Next Energy Solar Fund has made its first investments in Italy; eight operating solar plants with an installed capacity of 34.5MWp at a total cost of €131.9m. Five of the acquired plants are in the region of Puglia (total 21.5MWp) and three are in ...

How Team Collaboration is changing the way we work

How Team Collaboration is changing the way we work

Staying ahead of your competitors is critical to success in the business world, and companies are forever looking for new ways to innovate, progress and grow. Team collaboration is a key driver in achieving this goal, especially for global businesses that operate in different time zones and use myriad devices ...

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London’s best new restaurant openings – November 2017

With plenty of exciting restaurant openings constantly taking place across the Capital, we pick London’s best new restaurant openings taking place over the coming month.    Fiume – Battersea His third restaurant in collaboration D&D London (following Sartoria and Radici), Francesco Mazzei will launch Fiume this month. Literally translated as ‘river’, ...