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Based on the 2006 Stephen King novel of the same name, Cell sees Clay Riddell (John Cusack) returning home to his family when an unexpected event caused by mobile phones sends people crazy so Clay must escape with fellow survivors a train conductor, Tom McCourt (Samuel Jackson) and his neighbour Alice Maxwell (Elizabeth Furhman) to try and figure out what is going on and save his family along the way as they bump onto a couple of groups of survivors who’s sanity seems as precarious as the enemy they are facing. 269 more words


Be'Lakor - Vessels

I’ve come to the conclusion that silence is actually more entertaining than this album. What does Vessels bring? Essentially massively watered down atmospheric melo death, that goes on for 55 minutes without a hint of imagination. 177 more words

Album Review

Central Intelligence (2016)

The best bit about this movie is either the tagline – “Saving the world takes a little Hart and a big Johnson”, riffing perfectly on the actors’ names and relative heights – or the outtake scene shown over the closing credits where Hart makes a joke about ‘stupid made up names, like The Rock’. 459 more words


Mars Mixes

You may have noticed three bags of “snack pack” sized mixes doing the rounds lately, all three are made by Mars and contain a mixture of chocolate, dried fruits and nuts. 730 more words


Kid Poker (2015) [Review]

I don’t care much for poker, only because I’m not very good at it, but there is something quite fascinating about individuals that appear to buck the trend. 314 more words


Chiquitos - 18th June 2016

I love Mexican food. I went to Chiquitos because sometime you just need a burrito to be made for you. Luckily for me they have a Tex-Mex section of the menu which inevitably meant I was having onion rings. 181 more words

Onion Ring Reviews