A short history of the most revered comedy gig on the planet.
It was always on Channel 4 at 7pm. That was the hour that Nickelodeon finished and the darkly humorous musings of adult cartoons occupied the usually squeaky clean channel by day. That’s when I’d flick […]
The Shape of Water was in fact the first film I’ve watched by Guillermo Del Toro. Based on my own reception, it will likely be my last. As is customary in the film world, and […]
It was Bargain Wednesday at our local Odeon, we were soon reminded of this when we were greeted with hundreds queuing impatiently in the foyer. The five euro deal available only on Wednesdays, obliterating the […]
Hollywood has long since shifted its exclusive focus of domestic audiences, towards the allure of the Asian market. While progress to infiltrate the Asian film industry since its deregulation at the turn of the century […]