Not entirely sure how this happened but I was recently invited to be an Xbox 360 ambassador. What does this mean? Well I have been asked to write a couple … Continue Reading New Xbox 360 – Just For Games?
The Wolfman is a remake of a classic horror movie. Re-imagining the story and bringing the special effects bang up to date. On paper the cast sounds great. Anthony Hopkins … Continue Reading The Wolfman
? Part of improving my website involves me wanting to write about the sort of things you want to read about. If you could take 1 minute to answer 1 … Continue Reading What do you want me to write about?
I’ve never been interested in business. I’ve been interested in creating things Paraphrased from Richard Bransons book “Business Stripped Bare”. The act of creating something, whether it’s a website, a … Continue Reading Creating Words of Wisdom
As post apocalyptic movies go, things don’t get much more apocalyptic than they do in the movie 9. In a post war-time, when the only things left are some golems … Continue Reading 9
I watched loads of films last month. Most aren’t worth mentioning – but below are some short reviews of the ones I enjoyed the most. Hellboy 2 Call me weird … Continue Reading March Movie Madness
In my younger days (yes, I’m sounding old), April 1st was a day to look forward to. A time of joy and innocent jokes. Well no more. Over the last … Continue Reading No More April Fools
Recently I have been getting back into watching movies. I have a whole stack of them to catch up on and I am now finally reducing the stack. 3 of the films I watched in February were, Kung Fu Panda, The Invention of Lying, and The Soloist. Read the article for mini reviews of each.
If I can tell you one thing about Bruno it’s this. Don’t watch Bruno on an iPod Touch on the train on the way to work. There’s too much to … Continue Reading Bruno
I always think of Michael Mann as making understated action movies. There’s action and there’s violence, but it never gets in the way of the story. Public Enemies is his … Continue Reading Public Enemies