We without a doubt have a rather major obsession with Top 5 lists at the moment and we’re definitely not apologetic about it. With TV offering us viewers endless options for our day and night time viewing; I thought it would be interesting to delve into the silver screen archives to come up with another seasoned list for our Top 5 series. This time around; we explore the best vampire themed shows to hit our box. Some will interest you more than others; but with shows like Fox’s ‘The Walking Dead’ dominating the ratings war week after week. Cast your beautiful minds back to a period of time when vampire based programmes were undoubtedly QUEEN(and KING) of our screens 🙂
There are hundreds of movies that have had a casino based theme (whether it be the plot or simply the title) but, which movies stand the test of cinematic time?. It was difficult, but we were able to whittle it down to 5 and trust me; it wasn’t easy, but I think we did pretty good, do you agree with our Top 5 all time list?
On the run up to Valentine’s Day I saw a lot of whinging on my Instagram and Twitter feeds. There were way too many single women and men sulking because they didn’t have a Valentine’s Day date. Did I join them? hell no, I put on my comfy clothes, grabbed a gal pal and headed to the trendy sights of Shoreditch to attend the Valentine’s Day edition of Block Party Cinema which put on a special screening of the 1993 classic ‘Poetic Justice’ starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur.
The 89th Annual Academy Awards emanates from the storied Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 26; Jimmy Kimmel hosts the 89th Annual Academy Awards. The 89th Annual Academy Awards is set to witness an array of prestigious moments which will send social media trending into sheer overdrive as history unfolds before the eyes of millions watching around the world. Continue Reading
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“All directors are storytellers, so the motivation was to tell the story I wanted to tell. That’s what I love.” Spike Lee