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Hand of God premiers second episode in London

Is there a higher power guiding us through life and showing us the way? Hand of God blurs the lines between religion and insanity, tackling questions we are often afraid to ask, but what can we expect from the rest of the series? Amazon’s latest original series Hand of God is a psychological thrill ride sure to have you on the edge of your seat. … Continue reading Hand of God premiers second episode in London

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The Hand of God Premier: a night to remember

We arrived at One Marylebone in London to a closed door, a few Sons of Anarchy fans waited outside hopeful that they would catch a glimpse of Ron Perlman rocking up in a fancy car. Waiting outside the door for 6.30 to roll around felt like ten hours rather than ten minutes until finally they opened into a vast and very beautifully decorated old building … Continue reading The Hand of God Premier: a night to remember

We’re Never in Control of What Media we Watch

 If you think you’re watching Breaking Bad instead of X Factor in an attempt to define who you are and not succumb to what TV bosses tell you to watch, then you’re wrong. The live action 101 Dalmatians would have you believe that racoons and skunks are prominent wild animals in England. Anyone with half a brain knows this is false, unless of course they escaped from a nearby zoo … Continue reading We’re Never in Control of What Media we Watch

Disgusted with some of the people in this world: Terror attack in London

Following this recent news story about the attack on a young man thought to be a British soldier, I just had to air my views. Firstly, here’s the video of this disgusting, sub human piece of dirt justifying the attack: He thinks that because in ‘his land’ (his accent and colour would suggest that he is not from Afghanistan, which is where our troops are…in fact the reports … Continue reading Disgusted with some of the people in this world: Terror attack in London

An American Werewolf in London review

Two American tourists in Britain are attacked by a werewolf that none of the locals will admit exists.

An exciting blend of horror and comedy, An American Werewolf in London is any horror fans dream. Fantastically well directed by John Landis, also known for The Blues Brothers, as well as the more recent black comedy starring Simon Pegg, Burke and Hare, An American Werewolf in London stands out as one of the best horror films of all time. An homage to, and interpretation of the werewolf legend, it stays true to traditional werewolf lore, which works in its favor.

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