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Favorite Film Friday #3 - The Dark Knight

Hi Guys!

Thomas here, and this week i’ll be handling the Favorite Film Friday. So what is my favorite film? well if you’ve checked out my about section you’ve probably already guessed. 424 more words

Film

The Beauty of an Unlimited Card😎

So here is a photograph of my beautiful little Unlimited card! I decided to buy one after Christmas, since i worked loads of extra hours and work and could afford to just buy the card flat out, rather than paying monthly- plus i got a discount threw work👌 Anyways, I have had my card since Feb 2015 and it is WONDERFUL! 268 more words

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Celebrate The Small Things: 27 March

  • Went to the cinema to watch Dreamworks Home – mainly because Jim Parsons voices one of the characters and it also contains a really awesome cat.
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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words - Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice

The highly anticipated Man Of Steel sequel, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice has slowly revealed more and more about the film. Unlike the hundreds of rumors surrounding Marvel and… 1,009 more words

Entertainment

NH10: A FILM I WAS DREADING TO WATCH - KENNY BASUMATARY

I would not have watched NH10 if it hadn’t been made by Navdeep Singh, one of the most erudite people I know. The buzz was that it was on the lines of Eden Lake, a film I found highly disturbing and wish I hadn’t watched – disturbing scenes and imagery forge themselves a permanent place in my head. 506 more words

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The Quantum Terror: Love, Madness, Tentacles

Director Christopher Moonlight works hard to bring horror fans ground breaking fright cinema with his new film the Quantum Terror. Growing up in Thousand Oaks, California, he spent his childhood watching films and exploring his wild imagination. 1,492 more words

Artist Circle

Sweet Smell of Success Review: Press Relations

“YOU’RE DEAD SON, GET YOURSELF BURIED”

Words: Brody Rossiter
Twitter: @BrodyRossiter

Synonymous with a series a successful and celebrated Ealing Studios releases, including Whiskey Galore, The Man in the White Suit… 441 more words

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