Author: Joshua Tyler

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Some films are beyond cynicism. A real classic influences the hearts and minds of audiences, even generations after its creation. Some classics like The Wizard of Oz hold such value that they become...

Movie Review posted on 15th January 2007

The Shipping News

The Shipping News

Kevin Spacey is the Spock of serious actors. He's dependable, methodical, passionless, a huge fan of saying everything by saying nothing at all. He tends to gravitate towards characters hiding some sort of...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Cq

Cq

Am I supposed to be excited that Francis Ford Coppola's son is directing his first film? Apparently everyone else is. Maybe Roman Coppola will become the genius director his father is. But if...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

The Queen of the Damned

The Queen of the Damned

Most horror movies are all flash, action, and plenty of screaming. The Queen of the Damned is no exception to the rule, despite attempts to become something more, but it still manages to deliver...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Road to Perdition

Road to Perdition

Murder is a cold and senseless act. Those who make it their life must by necessity be hard and brutal men. Road to Perdition never flinches away from that, but somehow, in the...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)

When you're a kid, candy is a dream: a fluffy white cloud of chocolate joy. For adults, candy is poison, a fat filled brick of love handles, pimples, and excessive flatulants. But, Willy...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Impostor

Impostor

Not long ago, some genius a lot smarter than me decided it might be nice if instead of just one sheep, we could have two. Thus began man's obsession with cloning: an obsession that,...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

Six Days in Roswell

Six Days in Roswell

I am not normally one to sit around watching documentaries. But this weekend I was bored with nothing else to do, so I popped in a video cassette someone over at Beatnik Home Entertainment...

Movie Review posted on 1st November 2005

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Live Latest: The Fugees reunite, Girl In Red hits the US and IOW Festival confirmed for 2022

Live Latest: The Fugees reunite, Girl In Red hits the US and IOW Festival confirmed for 2022

The latest tour and festival announcements for September 24th 2021.

Seven musicians you can go as to your next Halloween party

Seven musicians you can go as to your next Halloween party

Have a spookily musical Halloween this year.

Jonny Wildey talks to us about novelist James Baldwin, animation, collaborating with Vince Staples and skipping gig queues! [EXCLUSIVE]

Jonny Wildey talks to us about novelist James Baldwin, animation, collaborating with Vince Staples and skipping gig queues! [EXCLUSIVE]

When Brighton based musician Jonny Wildey is not creating sounds under the nom de plume of Alphabets Heaven he's embracing "a more traditional form...

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Album Of The Week: The 30th Anniversary of 'Pretty On The Inside' by Hole

Album Of The Week: The 30th Anniversary of 'Pretty On The Inside' by Hole

Courtney Love went from Faith No More to Pagan Babies before roles in Sid And Nancy and Straight To Hell propelled her forward to form her seminal...

Placebo - Beautiful James Audio

Placebo - Beautiful James Audio

Returning with their first new song in five years, Placebo have just dropped ‘Beautiful James’ as the first taster of their forthcoming album.

Queen Cult: The queer band you’ll fall in love with by 2022

Queen Cult: The queer band you’ll fall in love with by 2022

The Cheshire four-piece unveil a new politically-charged single entitled Show & Tell.

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