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Movie Reviews 101 Midnight Horror - Deadly Virtues: Love.Honour.Obey. (2014)

Director: Ate de Jong

Writer: Mark Rogers (Screenplay)

Starring: Edward Akrout, Mat Barber, Megan Maczko, Helen Bradbury, Sadie Frost


Plot: A stranger breaks into the house of a couple, ties up the husband and, having a whole weekend at his hand, plays a slow game with the woman, a game of threats, fear, obedience – and intimacy. 335 more words


Η κόρη του Jude Law κάνει την πρώτη της μεγάλη καμπάνια ως μοντέλο

Η Iris Lawη 16χρονη κόρη του Jude Law και της Sadie Frost, και βαφτισιμιά της Kate Moss – εδώ και ένα χρόνο ακολουθεί τα βήματα του μεγάλου αδελφού της, αποφασίζοντας να εκμεταλλευτεί τα φωτογενή γονίδιά της για να δοκιμάσει την τύχη της στο μόντελινγκ, και τώρα έφτασε η στιγμή για την πρώτη της μεγάλη καμπάνια για τη νέα σειρά μακιγιάζ του Burberry με την υπογραφή του φωτογράφου Angelo Pennetta.


A cyber scene of crime - in everybody's home

This blog has covered a number of claims for damages arising out of the misuse of private information. The Mirror Group phone hacking case is one example (see my post… 1,254 more words

Case Summaries

Looking Back - pre-Halloween Special: 'Bram Stoker's Dracula' (1992)

There was a time where horror films were not all about torture porn, found-footage or demonic possessions – this was a time when the genre was less indulgent in killing people. 424 more words

Looking Back

On set of Set The Thames on Fire, this year's most astounding British film

Me, as Music Industry Type, with Noel Fielding just behind. Alexander McQueen trousers and purple space shirt my own

The celestial Portia Freeman. Pic: D Wells… 1,189 more words

Britten in Brooklyn

This play is about the period during the first half of the Second World War when Benjamin Britten was in exile in New York City, staying with his friend W H Auden in a sort of up-market arty commune in a Brooklyn brownstone, with the literary editor of Harper’s Bazaar as their mentor.  236 more words


Review Round Up: Britten in Brooklyn, Wilton's Music Hall

Sadie Frost returns to the London stage in the world premiere production of Zoe Lewis’s play, but can it impress the critics? 

The Telegraph: ** Dominic Cavendish said: “Britten in Brooklyn at Wilton’s Music Hall, by Zoe Lewis, barely takes us across the threshold of understanding what it was all like.” 305 more words