Review: The Dead zone

The Dead Zone is a 1983 American horror thriller film directed by David Cronenberg. The screenplay by Jeffrey Boam was based on the 1979 novel of the same name by Stephen King. This is the least Cronenberg movie you will ever see and one of the best Stephen king...

Review: The Night Watchmen

Three inept night watchmen, aided by a young rookie and a fearless tabloid journalist, fight an epic battle for their lives against a horde of hungry vampires. So imagine Attack the Bloc, but substitute kids for night watchmen and aliens for Killer Vampire clowns. i...

Review: Ghost in the shell

Like the Coke and New Coke some things should not be tampered with. I just cannot decide who this movie was for, the fans would always prefer the original Manga and Joe public will be confused.  In essence that is what is wrong with this movie, its fully immersive,...

Review: The Who

A week after the gig i am still humming the songs, that is the sign of a truly awesome gig . I went along and expected a good show but my expectations were not high, and boy was i wrong. They came on like clock work a minute passed the advertised time and they kicked...

The Same but Different

The Mini is an icon of British culture, as much a thread of the national fabric as cups of tea, red phone boxes and delicious, room-temperature ale with twigs floating in it.   When Alec Issigonis was requested by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) in late 1956...

Can you predict the next collectible car?

Time adds value to many objects and this is especially true with motor cars. There are people who spend their whole lives trying to guess which model will become the “must have” addition to add to their glittering garage. There are a few givens along the way; Porsche,...