Every time a new series of Luther is on the way; it’s a ‘No-Brainer’, it must be watched. Each Season released to date has included an announcement trailer that Idris Elba is on his way to BBC One. But if it was up to me, it would always be the same trailer. Continue reading “TV Trailers – Luther Series 2”
The Marvel Cinematic Universe reigns supreme over cinema right now. It is the Highest Grossing movie series to date, and the only series to gross over 10 Billion Dollars. But despite all it’s wealth, all it’s accolades, all it’s power; there continues to be one film series that overshadows it; and this is where it all started.
I got my first taste of the works of Studio Ghibli in 2014 when I saw The Wind Rises. It was a film I rather enjoyed and put it in my top 10 films of that year. Then in 2015 I watched My Neighbor Totoro and since then began to watch more and more Studio Ghibli films. I have not seen them all – yet! – but I have seen many of their classics including Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away and Kiki’s Delivery Service. But my absolute favourite to date is Pom Poko. Continue reading “Pom Poko”
It was a fun song which featured an infectious lyric through a metallic voice. It gained popularity thanks to it featuring in a trouser advert. Back then I was just a child, and never heard the full thing until many years later. Continue reading “Spaceman – Babylon Zoo”
Godzilla vs. Gigan is a Japanese Giant Monster Movie released in 1972 and the 12th film in the Godzilla series. Much like other Godzilla film’s released in the 1970’s, the film was made on a low-budget and used a lot of stock footage from previous films to make up some of the film. One key use of stock however is entirely unique to this film: The Soundtrack. In fact, if this piece of stock wasn’t used, we may never have heard one of the most memorable tracks in the entire series. Continue reading “The Gigan Soundtrack”
Since making his main WWE roster debut over a year ago, The King of Strong Style; Shinsuke Nakamura has become one of my favourite wrestlers – despite the fact I have actually yet to watch him wrestle. Continue reading “Shinsuke Nakamura’s Entrance Theme”