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Top Dog - movie trailer released.

Just a very brief note to say that the trailer for Top Dog has finally been released and you can view it right here!

The movie will his the screens at the end of May and I’m delighted to say that the original novel which has been such a hit in eBook format, will be re-issued in print as a movie tie-in at about the same time. 104 more words

Writing

Doctor in the House (1954)

Simon Sparrow (Dirk Bogarde) is at a turning-point in his life: he’s starting medical school at St. Swithin’s Hospital of London. Despite a few small misunderstandings Simon’s med school career gets off to a decent start… until he gets kicked out of the house where he’s rooming, when the landlady’s daughter (Shirley Eaton) takes a liking to him! 356 more words

Film

White of the Eye (1987) | Donald Cammell’s rarely screened psycho drama is arthouse cinema sublime

THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HUNTER AND A KILLER… IS HIS PREY
In the former copper-mining town of Globe, Arizona, a woman has been found brutally murdered in her home. 432 more words

Must-See

Things to Come (1936)

In his essay “Son of Dr. Strangelove, Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Stanley Kubrick,” sci-fi author Arthur C. Clarke writes about the work that lead up to the classic movie 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). 596 more words

Internet Archive

Song for Marion: A belated review

Song for Marion is a British comedy-drama, directed by Paul Andrew Williams, and was originally released in 2012. I only managed to watch it for the first time this week. 889 more words

Films

ABOUT TIME (Richard Curtis, 2013)

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy

Genre: Drama/ Comedy/ Romance

When turning 21, the unlucky in love Tim (Gleeson) learns that there is something truly unique about the men in his family: they can travel back in time, though only travel back to moments in their individual lives. 776 more words

Film

Locke

Most thrillers tend to follow a fairly rigorous formula. More often than not, it’s a murder or crime that triggers the thrills. Perhaps a web of conspiracy that goes all the way to the top. 349 more words

Film