Category: Pop

  • An Apology and A De-Censored Note

    I sent the below as an email to all the contributors of The Lost Generation campaign, which aimed to gain money to fund the editing and distribution of the film back in 2012. The film has since gained more money and a distribution deal from a formal film company, Safecracker Pictures UK. Some people who’ve […]

  • Things You Might Not Know About Sir Richard Branson

    Things You Might Not Know About Sir Richard Branson

      In tribute of the man who peels his face off and becomes David Tennant: here are 5 little-known facts about Sir Richard Branson! (With thanks to Virgin Unite and Forbes.) Also, for the record: I would. Things you may not know about Arr’ Sir Richard (Branson!) Jane, who likes to think she’s the troublemaker […]

  • Is Print Media Really Dead?

    Is Print Media Really Dead?

    “News stands will look extremely different in 10 years time. Hopefully, I’ll still be writing for something on them,” he laughs, if not with a little fear, before hotfooting it back to his London desk. “PRINT IS DEAD!” Said Newsweek, Time, Jeff Gomez, George Brock, and others. More and more, the online world is home […]

  • The Most Underrated Christmas Short Film, Ever?

    The Most Underrated Christmas Short Film, Ever?

    Warm, fuzzy, lovely. Nothing gets you in the mood for Christmas like a good Christmas film. A lot of us are inclined to believe that the real meaning of Christmas is actually… the collective joy of MOVIES. It’s the one time people truly sit down together to do nothing *except* watch a film. Even film […]

  • Gratuitous Doctor Who Post

    Gratuitous Doctor Who Post

    Honesty is the best policy. There’s not TLDR here when there are les than 50 words! Didn’t think this was possible, but, I have run out of things to say this week for the blog. Howe is this even possible? Well, the ink hasn’t run dry, I just need to watch some TV and become […]

  • Remote Control Cinema? Vue checks all screens from one supercentre

    Remote Control Cinema? Vue checks all screens from one supercentre

    Red cameras, 4k resolution and photoreal CGI are just three of the many juggernauts helping to drive the the cinema industry. Instead of simply 3D, we’re already talking about fully immersive viewing in virtual reality. Instead of HD, we’re already demanding high frame rate films that feel real enough to touch. This is fantastic for […]

  • The 6 Reasons Why Nice Guys Finish First

    The 6 Reasons Why Nice Guys Finish First

    And so herein this blog post is the ode to the man who does, (or more usually, does not) get to put the P in V or indeed, the Bs, the A or the M as much as he’d like.

  • Jane’s Underrated (ZOMBIE AGAIN!) Short Film of the Month

    Jane’s Underrated (ZOMBIE AGAIN!) Short Film of the Month

    This month, we look at that most romantic of life situations as represented on DSLR: escaping from your now zombie-infested car in Australia while saving your bubba – as quickly as possible. Even if you don’t watch it for the fantastic cinematography, take this idea on board. Generally, I’ve always thought, watching fighting and running techniques in […]