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The Hatton Garden Job – Blu-ray Review

The Hatton Garden Job is out today on Blu-ray and DVD, over the weekend we got the chance to check out the Blu-ray of the film that is based on the robbery back in 2015. This British heist film starring...

It was time to Cutloose and get Footloose at Venue Cymru last night

Last night saw the opening night of Footloose: The Musical at Venue Cymru in Llandudno starring Gareth Gates and Maureen Nolan (Blood Brothers). The show is running until the 10th June and is based on the 1984 screen sensation starring...

Ghostbusters (2016) Answer The Call – Review

Let's face it, folks, even before Ghostbusters was official announced there has been a lot of negativity towards the film and more so recently with all the "haters", as they have been called, saying that the film is awful...

The Play That Goes Wrong at Venue Cymru – Review

Imagine watching a play in the theatre where anything and almost everything could go awry, The Play That Goes Wrong, is a play that is based on that theory, originally presented by Mischief Theatre at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London. Thankfully...

Highlander Digitally Restored for its 30th Anniversary – Review

Can it really be 30 years since Highlander first came to our cinema screens? Well yes, it is, Highlander has become a cult classic over the years since it was first released and those of us that were there for...

Hinterland Season 3 and a Trilogy Box Set!

Great news for fans of the superb TV series Hinterland as there is not only a release of the third season coming to DVD, but also a Trilogy Box set for those that may have only just discovered the...

LG 49UH850V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 49″ LED TV – Tech Review

There comes a time when your old TV just can't hack it anymore and with the new TVs having better quality screens with 4K etc it was time for me to ditch my 32inch HD Ready TV and get...

80s Classic Horror, The Entity, Blu-ray Review

I remember the first time I saw The Entity is was back in the days when you would pop in the local video store, head to the horror section and pick out a movie that sounded shocking and terrifying and...

Alien: Covenant, a step closer to Alien! Review

When the news of the first prequel to the classic 1979 movie Alien was announced I was very excited and when Prometheus was released I really enjoyed the movie in its 3D glory, now with the release of Alien:...

“Manchester by the Sea”: Filmmaking of the Very Highest Order

From the moment I became aware of "Manchester by the Sea" I wasn't sure that I wanted to see it.  Now, albeit belatedly, I have.  As it turns out, I did. I don't know what I may add to the...

You Can Thank Us Later – 3 Reasons To Stop By Steak Frites!

Sometimes when you go for a meal out you can be bombarded by the choice on the menus and it can become overwhelming, but with Steak Frites in Colwyn Bay, North Wales, ordering a meal is so much easier, all...

All Or Nothing The Musical – A Musical Sensation – Review

It was a trip back to the sixties today as I popped by to check out All Or Nothing, written by Carol Harrison. All Or Nothing tells the electrifying yet bittersweet tale of Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane and Steve...