Day: May 4, 2018

Fantasy Football Blog week 9: the climb continues

The Fantasy Football Blog Week 30 – is this the end?

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week 9 ...

Review: Pennsylvania Castle, Portland, Dorset

Review: Pennsylvania Castle, Portland, Dorset

The Isle of Portland is also known as an explorer’s island for good reason. As Dorset’s most southern point, it boasts some of the most stunning landscapes along the Jurassic coast. With Chesil beach just a stone’s throw away, there’s no better place to stay than the luxurious Pennsylvania Castle – an ...

Patron Reposado Tequila Mediterranean Margarita

Spirit of the Week: Patrón Reposado Tequila

Tying in with the Mexican festival of Cinco de Mayo, Patrón Tequila will reveal the winner of their fourth annual ‘Margarita of the Year’ this weekend (5th May). Celebrating Mexico’s most famous cocktail, three finalists have been selected from the seven cocktails entered. These include the ‘Verde Margarita’ inspired by ...

Local elections 2018: It’s all about Brexit

Local elections 2018: It’s all about Brexit

"Being a Remainer and voting Labour is like being a vegetarian and ordering steak", was the meme making the rounds on social media before yesterday's local elections. And so it proved to be as the first results trickled in this morning. With UKIP all but obliterated across the country Labour ...

Film Review: The Strangers – Prey At Night

Film Review: The Young Karl Marx

The Young Karl Marx is directed by Haitian film-maker, Raoul Peck, whose previous work, I Am Not Your Negro - a documentary focusing on James Baldwin - earned him an Oscar nomination. His latest effort is an intense period drama of the early life and work of Karl Marx. The film ...

Film Review: The Strangers – Prey At Night

Film Review: The Strangers – Prey At Night

What do you come to horror cinema for? For me it’s generally to be scared, to be unnerved, to be thrilled. For that to happen there have to be certain ingredients in place. Most importantly I have to care. The ability to be truly concerned about what happens to a ...