The Black Vote and Bulletproof album review

Ahead of the launch gig for their new split album on Friday 7th June I reviewed the new split album from The Black Vote and Bulletproof for The Guernsey Press. The review was published on Saturday 25th May, click the image below to read the full review:

Fast & Furious 6

With the only big full on action movie to have made me venture into the cinema so far this year being A Good Day To Die Hard, I headed into Fast & Furious 6 in the hope and expectation that, at the very least, it would be better than that. Having followed the Fast &... Continue Reading →

Star Trek Into Darkness

After somewhat reinventing the wheel with Star Trek in 2009 JJ Abrams is back with a sequel, Into Darkness, that continues to both create a new Star Trek for a new generation of fans, while also paying tribute to its origins. Thematically Star Trek Into Darkness does what all the best Star Trek, and sci-fi... Continue Reading →

Rear Window

I’ve long been a fan of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies, ever since I first saw his early 60s horror double bill, Psycho and The Birds, but it wasn’t really until sitting down to properly watch Rear Window that I realized quite why he was dubbed by many “The Master of Suspense”. Focusing on James Stewart wheelchair... Continue Reading →


I first saw Casablanca while studying for my A-Levels where we watched it as one of the touchstones of American cinema and, looking back it now some 13 or 14 years later, I can appreciate this even more as its context as a film set near contemporaneously to its 1942 release has become even more... Continue Reading →

Of Empires on BBC Introducing Guernsey

On Sunday 12th May 2013 I was joined in the BBC Guernsey studios by rock band Of Empires to record an acoustic session and interview for the next BBC Introducing Guernsey show, to be broadcast on Saturday 25th May. The band chatted about playing Liberation Day, releasing their new single Carla and their plans for... Continue Reading →

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