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NEW SINGLE REVIEW – Pet Shop Boys – The Pop Kids

More than 30 years since West End Girls was top of the charts, The Pet Shop Boys still manage to bang out great music. Following the success of their 2013 album ‘Electric’

GiftAlien Bring You A Movie Night In, Shaken Not Stirred

So you all know how much I love the movies, but what about when I’m watching a movie at home, well thanks to GiftAlien those nights are fun as well. Remember sometime

Jimmy Cricket Live at the Rhyl Pavilion

The Rhyl Pavilion was erupting with laughter on Sunday night as Jimmy Cricket brought his “Great Value For a Tenner Comedy Show” to Rhyl. The show included special guests, Tom Spencer and

The Lost Tree – Preview Review

The Lost Tree follows the story of Noah (played by Thomas Ian Nicholas), after a serious traumatic accident, Noah leaves his old life behind him and moves to an isolated cabin to

Ghost Nets a Thrilling Tale of Mystery

In Ghost Nets, Jack (Bruce Lawrence), his partner, Matilda (Charlotte Mounter) and his brother, Neal (Joe Sowerbutts) seek a surfer’s quiet getaway, at a deserted beach. What they discover on that beach has the

Deadpool – Violence, Action and the 4th Wall! – Review

We’ve all been waiting for a damn good Deadpool movie, special after the awful treatment the character got in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but let’s not talk about that one. Yes we have gone down

Stories From A Flying Trunk (1979) – DVD Review

We’re going back to the 1970s with Hans Christian Andersen’s Stories From A Flying Trunk, which is part of ‘The British Film’ collection. ‘The British Film’ collection was launched by Network Distributing in

Sunset Rock – Movie Review + Exclusive Director Interview

Indie movies are coming along more and more these days, forget the big massive budgets of Hollywood and think small, even very small, budgets to produce a film, Sunset Rock is one

Seven Devils (2015) – Movie Review

Seven Devils (2015), directed by independent film maker, Ben Rider, is a film consisting of seven vignettes that depict the Seven Deadly Sins. The film was screened at the Nevada International Film Festival and was

The Big Short – Review

It was movie night the other night and so it was a chance to see the much talked about The Big Short over at the Scala Cinema Prestatyn, I have to admit that

The Revenant starring Leonardo DiCaprio [Review]

With a running time of just over two and half hours, BAFTA winning movie, The Revenant is by no means a short film and right from the very start you have a feeling

Star Wars: The Force Awakens [3D Review]

So over Christmas I finally got time on my side to pop on over to Cineworld in Llandudno to get to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Right from the very moment that the