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Review: Gunpowder Milkshake

Despite being released on Netflix in the United States back in July, only now are we in the UK able to finally see Gunpowder Milkshake despite two of the film’s top stars being from our tiny insignificant little island. Yes, I assume the cinema release in the UK is a way to both capitalise on …

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Review: The Byson Family – “Kick the Traces”

When Phil Campbell (not the one from Motörhead) parted ways with The Temperance Movement at the beginning of last year I was more than a little disappointed with the announcement. I felt that The Temperance Movement had managed to capture lightning in a bottle and they were easily one of the best things going in …

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Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Marvel have had quite the year so far with the likes of Wandavision and Loki tearing it up over on Disney Plus as well as the release of Black Widow earlier in the summer as well. Now, Shang-Chi and the Legends of the Ten Rings has arrived, the second of four Marvel Cinematic Universe films …

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Review: Mason Hill, Live @ The Garage

Mason Hill w/ Hollowstar @ The Garage, Glasgow (03/09/21) After what seems like forever, live music has returned to our lives and Mason Hill are back on the road once again with their friends in Hollowstar, as they embark on what is, to date at least, their biggest tour ever. However Glasgow, their second stop …

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Website Update: September 2021

Here we are again at the start of another month. This year seems to be really flying in at this point. It’ll be Christmas before we know it. At this point, we’re about six months back with Digital Runaway and while I felt like I needed a little break at the end of last month …

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Review: Chvrches – “Screen Violence”

Formed in Glasgow in 2011, Chvrches have gone from strength to strength over the last decade and have risen through the ranks to be true global superstars and one of Scotland’s best musical exports since the turn of the millennium and now, they are back after what seems like forever and a day with their …

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Blog: An Open Letter to Lex Griffin and Other YouTube Influencers

I write this entry as a long time fan of Lex Griffin and his YouTube content. I can honestly say that over the last few years Lex has helped me a lot with regards to my fitness goals and I thank him for that. He comes across as a likeable and down to earth guy …

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Review: Sweet Girl

I’ve been a huge fan of Jason Momoa since he first came to my attention in Stargate Atlantis around fifteen years ago now and while is career has definitely been a little hit and miss over the years, I’ve always found the man himself to be highly likeable and incredibly entertaining. He may be best …

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Review: Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins

I pretty much went into this film blind. I seen one trailer for it a couple of months ago maybe and ended up going to see it on the basis that I was running out of things to review. I’ve seen both G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and G.I. Joe: Retribution when they first …

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Feature: Eye of the Storm

Born in Glasgow the early 1930’s, James Morrison has went on to become one of the finest and most prolific landscape artists Scotland has ever known. Eye of the Storm, a new documentary directed by Anthony Baxter, shines light on the the life, times and career of James Morrison the man, as well as the …

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