Sundance London 2014 – They Came Together Review

David Wain is a funny man, from his early days as part of MTV’s The State and Wet Hot American Summer, to the more recent Children’s Hospital, Role Models and Wanderlust.  This movie is his fourth big screen directorial outing and his fourth to be launched at Sundance Film Festival. They Came Together written with…

Sundance London 2014 – Frank Review

When it was announced that they were going to make a movie based on Frank Sidebottom and that Fassbender was going to play him I like most people was like whoa!  Frank Sidebottom, the cult icon was famed for wearing a big papier mache head, being friends with Little Frank, being from Timperley, singing Beatles…

Lady Luck are back! (for a very limited time only)

Lady luck were an awesome London based jewellers, who closed their doors a few years ago.  To celebrate the anniversary of the launch of Lady Luck’s personalised jewellery collection, they’ve brought back six of their best selling and much loved designs! You can order any of these styles with the wording of your choice as…

Harry Potter Art – The Printorium

It took me a few years of being “I’m not reading a book for children” before I sat down and read all four of the Harry Potter books one summer and quickly became a minor HP obsessive.  I bought the last three books the day/night they came out (and suffered serious insomnia in the week…

Neutral Milk Hotel

Neutral Milk Hotel – A Prelude

I keep having to tell myself, “I am going to see Neutral Milk Hotel three nights in a row and I will enjoy it”.  Not that I wouldn’t enjoy it, they were/are one of my favourite bands and buying three tickets to their hometown Athens shows didn’t seem like a big deal earlier this year…

Teenage Movie

London Film Festival write up

One of the great things of being a “lady of leisure” when it’s film festival time is, money forgiving you can spend your time watching movies!  I’ve been to four movies in the last week so though, heck I should write something about them all for you. The first movie I saw at the festival…