Was Boris A Good Mayor of London?
Posted in: Highlights, Videos

Britain is in the market for a new Prime Minister. Though it is Conservative Party members who will be making the decision, who they choose will have implications for all of us. With Boris Johnson the clear front runner, it’s worth asking what might a Boris led county look like? Luckily, we have a case study right […]

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View of St Paul's Bankside
Bankside And South Bank, Tips For Summer Along The River
Posted in: Events & Festivals, Features, Galleries & Museums, Movies & TV Shows, Places, Shows & Exhibitions

Bankside and South Bank can both lay claim to being the cultural heart of the Thames. Expect tourists and UK-based visitors to flock there this summer to savour some of the galleries, restaurants, theatre, cinema and riverside sights on offer. Luckily, only a flight of steps separates one from the other so you can quite […]

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Movies & TV Shows

  • Independence Day Resurgence
    Independence Day: Resurgence (Film)
    Posted in: Movies & TV Shows, Reviews

    Jeff Goldblum isn’t cast a million miles outside of his comfort zone as gangling scientist David Levinson, in this alien invasion flick written and directed by Roland Emmerich. It’s been twenty years since the first Independence Day film and Levinson, now director of Earth Space Defence (ESD) is an environmentally concerned satellite engineer advising the […]

  • The Conjuring 2
    The Conjuring 2 (Film)
    Posted in: Movies & TV Shows, Reviews

    When was the last time you saw a British horror movie truly worth the ticket price, one that really made you jump when you least expected it? In fact make that ANY recent horror film. This creepy flick about a haunted flat in Enfield pushes all the right buttons because the American producers have done […]

  • Captain America: Civil War
    Captain America: Civil War (Film)
    Posted in: Movies & TV Shows, Reviews

    The Marvel Universe has brought us another blockbuster worth watching. This film is a great extension as a sequel to Captain America, as well as the Avengers, but can also stand by itself. Civil War deals with the repercussions of Avengers: Age of Ultron where the Avengers caused a great deal of collateral damage and […]

  • Doc in a Day Competetion
    Doc-In-A-Day Competition
    Posted in: Highlights, Movies & TV Shows

    The London Documentary Network held its 4th Doc-In-A-Day competition on April 23rd with the entries judged by industry professionals at Cafe 1001, Brick Lane on May 4th. The organisation has been growing steadily so with increasing numbers of competitors and larger audiences the Brick Lane venue was the desired option. Participants are asked to meet at […]

  • The Jungle Book 2016
    The Jungle Book 2016 (Film)
    Posted in: Movies & TV Shows, Reviews

    We had to wait almost 50 years for this movie to come out. The Jungle Book from 1967 is an all time classic and it’s no easy task to climb out of the shadow of such a predecessor. Yet Jon Favreau did an excellent job as director and mastered the challenge. Jon Favreau uses great […]

  • Tourbillon Sci-Fi London 2016
    Tourbillon at Sci-Fi London 2016
    Posted in: Highlights, Movies & TV Shows, Unused

    SCI-FI LONDON 2016 featured an entertaining and challenging selection of shorts and independent features at Stratford Picturehouse with Tourbillon receiving its world premiere. Directed by Gene Ivery, his debut movie explores the possibility of immortality through the life of Daniela who has been genetically modified by her scientist father so that she can live forever. […]

  • Miles Ahead (Film)
    Posted in: Movies & TV Shows, Reviews

    With actor Don Cheadle staking his reputation at the helm as director, producer, co-writer and also lead actor you can sense that this biopic of jazz musician Miles Davis is a project truly dear to his heart. It was also an opportunity too good to turn down, with Davis’ own family opting for him as […]

  • The London Indie Film Festival
    The London Indie Film Festival
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Highlights, Movies & TV Shows

    A Japanese restaurant on Kings Rd is an unusual and exotic location for a film festival but Benihana, Chelsea were the high-end, luxury orientated hosts you expected them to be and the plush surrounds were a much appreciated alternative to the typical festival circuit fare. Having said that, the Pomegranate Martini Cocktails at almost £12 […]

  • Hardore Henry
    Hardcore Henry (Film)
    Posted in: Movies & TV Shows, Reviews

    This review should really begin “I have just seen the best P.O.V movie ever made.” The minute-to-minute action is unrivalled in any film in recent memory where the camera holds the perspective of the main protagonist. However, this review instead begins “I’ve just seen the worst film of 2016.” The explanation is as follows. Directed […]