FILM REVIEW: HERE TO BE HEARD: THE STORY OF THE SLITS

  They sang about ‘Typical Girls’ but in reality they were anything but. The Slits were a ferocious, female punk band who played alongside The Clash, The Sex Pistols and more. Here to be Heard: The Story Of The Slits is a conventional but entertaining music documentary celebrating those raucous rapscallions. William E. Badgley –…

DVD REVIEW: ROUGH NIGHT

Rough Night is a film starring a group of women. But this group of dames ain’t ladies. This film is a patchy comedy that borrows heavily from The Hangover and Weekend At Bernie’s and flips the gender stereotypes on its head. This itself is a good thing; even if the same cannot be said about the remainder…

BLU-RAY REVIEW: THE NUTTY PROFESSOR

  Eddie Murphy is a chameleon actor. Never was this more apparent than in the film, The Nutty Professor. This comedy would see him playing seven different roles in a story that was a remake of the Jerry Lewis film from 1963. It is ultimately a fun, crude and vibrant tale. Professor Sherman Klump (Murphy)…

DVD REVIEW: T2 TRAINSPOTTING

  It was twenty years ago today that a band of brothers were junkies living it up in Edinburgh. Sort of. T2 Trainspotting is the sequel to the cult 1996 film. In T2 the original cast are reunited and examining life and other stuff from an older perspective. This film is a worthy sequel and a…

ALBUM REVIEW: BABY ANIMALS – THIS IS THE END

  It’s been 20 years between drinks (or the break between studio records) for our very own, Baby Animals. Yet, their third effort, This Is Not The End has moments that will make you think their nineties heyday was only yesterday. A come-back record of sorts, this one offers a consistent album of solid rock tunes. The 11…