Day: 21 September 2018

Film Review: The House With A Clock In Its Walls

While the prospect of Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel, Grindhouse) as a kid’s movie director might feel like a strange concept to most, in reality, and as weird as it might sound, it looks like the master of gore and tasteless horror has managed to pull off the impossible in his brand new ...

Stupidgate? What about the impending existential crisis that’s on the horizon

Brexit is mortally wounded – it’s time to let it die

Despite the Conservative's incompetence on the domestic front at least they have proved one thing; that there is no workable solution to Brexit that gives us what they promised. That was the words of The New European editor Matt Kelly following the latest round of talks where even a watered-down Chequers ...

Publishing industry on borrowed time as self-destruction eBooks go on sale

Mission: Impossible-style ebooks which self-destruct after reading went on sale in Britain yesterday. Digital products at the Nobu.store are fitted with electronic fuses that are set to ‘detonate’ when the rental period expires. Consumers have between two and 20 days to read the book before a ‘coded bomb’ explodes and wipes ...

Top 4 Reasons Why Enterprise E-commerce Is Getting Popular

As the competition between enterprises is increasing day by day, the enterprise e-commerce practice is becoming more and more common. Every enterprise owner like to cut the cost of running the business and e-commerce is the best possible option for them. It reduces the cost of hiring employees and the ...

Ian Sweet shares video for ‘Spit’ ahead of Crush Crusher release

Here at TLE we're big fans of Jilian Medford's Ian Sweet. Last September we got ourselves along to the Village Underground to catch her support set on Girlpool's autumn UK tour and it was a delight. https://www.instagram.com/p/BZA59ZKnjub/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet&igshid=c1yofksotoxa Now Ian Sweet has returned, sharing a video for 'Spit', the latest from ...

Film Review: Faces Places

Faces Places has a brilliantly simple premise. The film follows photographer JR and legendary film director Agnès Varda as they travel to small French towns and photograph the people they find there. The photos they take are in turn used to create large murals which are plastered onto nearby buildings. Through doing this JR and Varda speak to ...