Bel Ami DVD Review

Bel Ami tells the story of Georges Duroy rise from poverty to wealth using his wits and powers of seduction in 1890’s Paris. Right then, the blinds are down, so bring it on.

The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie Review

Having famously inspired the most debased of Pixies songs with his iconic Un Chien Andalou, Luis Buñuel’s The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie extends the Spanish auteur’s surreal legacy.

Ill Manors Review

The self-proclaiming voice of Ben Drew breaks over the introduction of Ill Manors to ask whether we’re sitting comfortably. For many cynics out there who feel musicians really should stick to their day jobs, this would be a resounding no.

Breton At Corsica Studios

Multimedia artisans Breton have garnered considerable hype around these talents so far, but how does their music translate to a live show?

Tiny Furniture Review

Tiny Furniture is a refreshingly ironic indie film written, directed and starring Lena Dunham as well as some of her real life family and friends.

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