The elderly man who is Hollywood is lying on his deathbed, reminiscing about past glory days and reliving them. The only thing is he can’t quite remember them correctly as the characters in his stories change. Their faces are different but they’re the same stories. Only each time he recites them, they get worse. And he has to break stories down into several pieces as he … Continue reading IT sucked…And so does modern Horror
British Breweries are plentiful but treated badly by those who are supposed to enjoy them. As you can see from the infographic, they’re taxed massively compared to their European counterparts. The Glos Show wanted to highlight this. They sent their most unorthodox reporter for a guided tour around Longehope’s famous ‘Hillside Brewery.’ Stunning scenes, drinks flowing and a flat cap wearing red head takes you to … Continue reading Ben Wodecki’s Great British Beers
Here is a short story telling the tale of a fragile minded Star Wars mega-fan who really didn’t take the release of The Phantom Menace too well. 16 years have passed since the last time I felt this alone. When the last released, it was magical, the story had an ending and I felt complete. All characters in my story had now found their place … Continue reading The release of Episode I – A short story
Often the talk of living for longer or being alive in a golden age gets tossed around. But humans fail to assimilate the reality that their lives ultimately don’t mean anything and eventually die. Sounds miserably I know, but upon analysis, there isn’t much to ponder on life’s lack of greatness. You might be reading this and be thinking “my life is great.” Well, hats … Continue reading Your life sucks and there is nothing you can do about it
Spoilers Ahead. 5 years on from Prometheus, we once again find ourselves with the next instalment of Ridley Scott’s Alien prequel trilogy. Once again we leave the cinema’s scratching our heads. Once again fans of the series are left broken. Once again, we don’t know what to make of another entry to the franchise. The disappointing Alien 3, the abomination that was Alien: Resurrection, the confusing … Continue reading A Disappointing Mess – Alien: Covenant marks a new low for a failing franchise
Bob Dylan once sang “The times they are a changing.” A lyric that couldn’t be more correct about the future of Journalism and it’s all down to one thing. Social media is now the societal choice for obtaining one’s news. Using algorithms, sites like Facebook can filter the news the specific way you want to see it. Becoming your own gatekeeper has its perks. You … Continue reading ‘The times they are a changing’ – Trump isn’t the only voice whispering in journalism’s ear
Here is a quick look at some of the other movies released this year: Logan – The superhero movie we all craved and finally got. Logan was the perfect way to send off Hugh Jackman as everybody’s favourite X-man, Wolverine. Patrick Stewart and Jackman provide stellar performances in a well-scripted, high-octane passion piece that puts the shoutiest member of Xavier’s band of heroes to rest. … Continue reading Movie Review Round-Up
Star Wars Battlefront II has finally had a trailer released. The much-awaited follow-up to the 2015 mediocre misfire comes as a shock to the system as we witness some of the things we’ve been dreaming of. In the trailer we can see new heroes spanning all the films from prequels to the new trilogy as Kylo Ren, Darth Maul and the hand of what can only … Continue reading Does Star Wars Battlefront Suck?
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens asked more questioned than is answered. Who is Snoke? Who are Rey’s parents? Why was Luke alone on that island? How did Maz Kanata get the Lightsaber? Who are the Knights of Ren? How did Kylo get Vader’s mask? Did Captain Phasma survive the destruction of Star Killer Base? So many unanswered questions. And yet, not knowing is half … Continue reading What’s going to happen in Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi?
We’ve all been there, lying through your teeth to say you’ve seen this movie or that movie. But here are a few ones you’ve probably never seen, but most definitely should have: Godzilla – No I’m not talking about Gareth Edward’s homage film from 2014 nor Roland Emerich’s embarrassment of a movie from 1998, I’m talking about the very first Godzilla from 1954. Distributed by … Continue reading Top 10 movies you’ve probably never seen