11th Dec2016

Film Review: The Pass

Two footballer players end up scoring with each other in Ben A. Williams feature film debut ‘The Pass,’ which was recently featured at London’s BFI Film Festival....

11th Dec2016

Theatre Review: Buried Child

If you want to see Ed Harris sitting on a couch for close to three hours, then ‘Buried Child’ is the show for you. Harris, film and...

06th Dec2016

Beauty on the Piste – Theatre

It’s Panto season in case you’ve been hiding under a rock, and with that comes shows that are silly and campy, some good and more than a...

04th Dec2016

Chi-Raq (Film)

Chicago has such a high murder rate that from 2003 to 2011 there were more murders there than in the same years in the Iraq war. On...

29th Nov2016
Testostorone Production Photos
by Rhum & Clay Theatre Company 

Photo Credit: Richard Davenport for 
The Other Richard

Testosterone (Theatre)

Kit Redstone – a female to male transgender actor – explains what it’s like to enter a men’s locker room for the first time in the new...

26th Nov2016

A United Kingdom (Film)

The story of an African King who meets and falls in love with a British office worker is told in the middling film A United Kingdom. Why...

26th Nov2016

Jason Bourne (DVD)

Matt Damon is back and is better than ever in the new Bourne film appropriately titled ‘Jason Bourne.’ This is Damon’s fourth outing as the rogue CIA...

22nd Nov2016

La Soiree (Theatre)

The best show in Central London is now playing for a limited time only in Leicester Square – it’s La Soiree! Back in London for a 7th...

22nd Nov2016

Shared Rooms (DVD)

The story of a set of three couples grappling with life, love, and children is told in the new gay comedy ‘Shared Rooms.’ Set in Los Angeles,...

20th Nov2016

Panic (Film)

Andrew (David Gyasi) is afraid to leave his apartment, but when the attractive oriental neighbor in the building across the street from his apartment disappears, he is...

18th Nov2016

Lazy Eye (DVD)

A flame from the past contacts an L.A. graphic designer which puts into doubt the relationship he has with his husband in the new film ‘Lazy Eye.’...

12th Nov2016

Burning Blue (DVD)

In 1995, I saw a play in the West End called ‘Burning Blue’. It was a brilliant telling of a story about the relationship between two gay...

06th Nov2016
Academy Award nominee Amy Adams stars as Susan Morrow in writer/director Tom Ford’s romantic thriller NOCTURNAL ANIMALS, a Universal Pictures International release.
Credit: Merrick Morton/Universal Pictures International

Nocturnal Animals (Film)

Tom Ford’s highly anticipated second film, Nocturnal Animals, is both brilliant and confusing, no thanks to it’s three stories in one arc. Amy Adams is art dealer...

06th Nov2016

Beautiful Something (DVD)

Four gay men, all with issues in their lives, experience a night of mystery and sex in the beautifully told Beautiful Something. Writer Brian (Brian Sheppard) is...