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Film review: Imperium

While I don’t often write film reviews (aside from short opinions on iTunes, perhaps), once again I felt compelled to; this time after watching the dross that is… 539 more words



Just a couple of wee things to get you thinking, both came up in discussion during Today’s lesson.


If you are interested in film in particular, then the best film review podcast (by a loooonnnnggggg way) is Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo’s Film Reviews. 300 more words


Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls and The Podcasts That Helped Me Complete It

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls is arguably one of my favourite games of all time, it’s certainly one of my most played. I’m not normally one to chase trophies in any game, but  1,094 more words


Gods of Egypt - Kermode Uncut

Wassup, class!

This is how to review a film… ;-)

And then I strongly recommend you subscribe to the Kermode and Mayo Wittertainment Podcast. 227 more words



Ok, so when I said that I’d be updating this “soon”, that was a lie. I’ll apologise to each of my readers in person over the next week. 619 more words

Mark Kermode reviews Wake In Fright

Film critic Mark Kermode’s concise and considered review of Wake In Fright for Radio 5 Live – broadcast on the release of the restoration in 2014. 13 more words



“The Conjuring is a horror movie for people who don’t like horror movies.”

I like Mark Kermode.  He’s one of the most respected film critics working today because of a fantastic (and rare) combination of insight, humour and honesty, and a genuine love for film, which has propelled him to the top of his profession – not to mention an enviable knowledge of the subject .   1,079 more words