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

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

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

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

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

“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

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

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

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – Baby Groot is a Scene-Stealer! Review

The gang return to our cinema screens in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and the other night I popped over to Cineworld in Broughton to check out the movie in RealD 3D

Fast and the Furious 8 – Less Street Racing and More xXx! [Review]

So we’re now up to Fast and the Furious 8 with Fate of the Furious the movie franchise that started back in 2001 with fast, neon-lit, cars and illegal street racing that

Book Review: Lifestyle of a Watchman

About The Book Designed for worshipers and intercessors, this unique 21-day journey will help you move to the front lines of prayer – becoming more alert to the presence of God and

Wales Comic Con 2017 – 2 Days Of Sunshine and Fun

With April here, that meant that the Wales Comic Con 2017 had returned to Glyndwr University in Wrexham to wow fans with Cosplayers, Q&As and guests for autographs, selfies and a chance

Sci-Fi Weekender, SFW8 So Busy I Should’ve Cloned Myself!

So thankfully the traffic wasn’t too bad on route to Pwllheli for this year’s Sci-Fi Weekender, the A55 seemed to be flowing OK so after leaving at around 10 am we arrived

The Free Man, interesting and very thought provoking – Review

Freedom is defined as the power of self-determination attributed to the will; the quality of being independent of fate or necessity, as Olympic freestyle skier Jossi Wells learns when he partners with

“two days, one night” of one Helluva Weekend for Marion Cotillard

Before seeing the French domestic drama “two days, one night” I was only cursorily familiar with Marion Cotillard’s work. I am now richly informed. Likewise, little did I know that a movie

Review: The Full Monty Live at Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Venue Cymru was roaring with laughter last night during The Full Monty, the play based on the hit movie! In 1997, a British film about six out of work Sheffield steelworkers with

 

“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

SFW9 Announces a list of guests to blow your socks off!

OK, you know how I love Sci-Fi Weekender and for have been going to the events since 2013! With SF8 not far behind us, those amazing people over at Chic have let

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

Win Classic Horror The Entity on Blu-ray

Blazing Minds and Eureka Entertainment have got together to bring you the chance to win THE ENTITY on Blu-ray, the ultimate story of supernatural terror starring Barbara Hershey. Academy Award nominee Barbara Hershey

Win The Olive Tree on Dual-Format (Blu-ray and DVD)

Eureka Entertainment and Blazing Minds are pleased to bring you a chance to win a copy of THE OLIVE TREE, Icíar Bollaín’s inspirational and poignant story of a vibrant, determined young woman

Rob Brydon Comedy ‘Swimming With Men’ Gets in Sync!

Synchronised swimming is underway in pools across London, Hertfordshire and Essex as principal photography begins on major British production SWIMMING WITH MEN. The film is directed by Oliver Parker (Dad’s Army, Johnny

A Star is Born – Brightest breakout performances from young stars

Every actor in Hollywood has a time where they’re in search of their ‘big break’. Some take longer than others, but it only takes one key role to thrust actors into stardom

Dunkirk – 400,000 Men Couldn’t Get Home – New Trailer

Ahead of the July 21st release of Christopher Nolan’s epic action thriller, ‘DUNKIRK’, Warner Bros. UK. have released the new main trailer for the movie. “Dunkirk” features a prestigious cast, including Tom

White Gold – A story of dodgy shenanigans – Official Trailer

Set in Essex in 1983, the series perfectly captures the atmosphere of the era through the inner-workings of a double-glazing showroom, led by Vincent Swan (Ed Westwick), a smart, handsome, charismatic salesman

Movie News: New Valerian Character Posters Released

Check it out dear readers, we’ve got the stunning new character posters for Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Cities have landed! Stars Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne are

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

Destination Unknown gets a UK Cinema release date

We’ve got some movie news for you today folks, as we have been told by Dartmouth Films about the theatrical release of the Gigatel Productions’ film DESTINATION UNKNOWN in UK cinemas from