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I love watching films. That’s regardless of whether I’m laying in my bed and wearing a onesie while watching a DVD, or sitting at my local cinema eating overpriced popcorn.

For me, I like the feeling of being transported another world, and I’ll be detailing my thoughts on the latest films right here, so stay tuned and let me know if you agree with my rambling.

May ’16

The Hemsworths aren’t Australia’s only talented blokes – meet William Singe

VIDEO: had plenty of surprises for fans at free Royal Albert Hall gig

REVIEW: Grime has changed, but 2016 Lethal Bizzle tour still had London’s KOKO “Shutdown” (video)

April ’16

REVIEW: Hans Zimmer Live: An incredible spectacle with the intimacy of a theatre show

July ’15

REVIEW: Ant-Man: The Robin Hood of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

August ’14

FILM REVIEW: Hercules (2014) – zero or hero?

REVIEW: Holi One Colour Festival London: An invitation to embrace your inner child and love thy neighbour

July ’14

FILM REVIEW: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

FILM REVIEW: Guardians of the Galaxy

FILM REVIEW: Transformers: Age of Extinction

First Look: Review of Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi series premiere, Extant, starring Halle Berry

April ’14

FILM REVIEW: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 100 words

March ’14

Ride Along film review

February ’14

Prisoners film review – Home Entertainment

RoboCop (2014) film review

That Awkward Moment film review

January ’14

American Hustle film review

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty film review

We’re The Millers film review – Home Entertainment

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