Film

 Ed Quinn

Postman Pat: The Movie – David Tennant And Ronan Keating Hoping To Deliver A Classic

Postman Pat: The Movie – David Tennant And Ronan Keating Hoping To Deliver A Classic

After thirty-three years of delighting audiences on television, Postman Pat finally makes his way to the big screen in Postman Pat: The Movie. With the voice talents of Stephen Mangan, David Tennant and Rupert Grint, the film follows Pat’s rise to stardom when the talent show You’re the One visits his hometown of Greendale. The […]

 David Waites

The Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return – Patrick Stewart And Dan Aykroyd Star In Animated Sequel

The Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return – Patrick Stewart And Dan Aykroyd Star In Animated Sequel

Frozen was the hit animation film of the winter, and it looks like Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return will be the main attraction this spring. A star-studded cast with the likes of Patrick Stewart (X-Men) and Dan Aykroyd (Ghostbusters) contribute to this modern day twist and rekindle the love of the classic children’s story. Wil Finn […]

 Steph Chungu

Review: Bad Neighbours – Efron Stars As Half Soulja Boy, Half Kevin From Home Alone

Review: Bad Neighbours – Efron Stars As Half Soulja Boy, Half Kevin From Home Alone

Neighbours, roommates, partners. We all have them, we all have to live next to them. Some are nice. Some don’t talk, and then there are some who accurately are the neighbours from hell. Bad Neighbours exudes all that. Following the lives of a newly suburban couple (Seth Rogen & Rose Byrne), who are, as the […]

 Jake Groves

The F Word – Relationships 101 with Daniel Radcliffe

The F Word – Relationships 101 with Daniel Radcliffe

Fear the friend zone!

No, not that F word. We all know one guy who has fallen into the darkest of traps when it comes to relationships. The heavily armoured fortress of the “friend zone” is something that’s surprisingly easy to walk into but almost impossible to escape. Daniel Radcliffe stars as a medical school dropout Wallace who meets […]

 Jonny Lindsay

The Inbetweeners 2 – First Teaser Trailer Lands Online

The Inbetweeners 2 – First Teaser Trailer Lands Online

The first teaser trailer for the much-anticipated sequel to the Inbetweeners Movie has been released online, giving us the first glimpse of the brilliantly-awkward foursome. Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, Blake Harrison, and James Buckley are all returning as their characters from the first movie and extremely popular TV series, while Emily Berrington, Freddie Storma, and […]

 Sarah Bailey

From Stage To Screen (Literally) – Are Live Broadcasts Killing Theatre?

From Stage To Screen (Literally) – Are Live Broadcasts Killing Theatre?

In days gone by, any theatrically-inclined culture vulture would, naturally, be obliged to take a trip to the theatre to see the latest offering of their favourite thespian, and to see the delights of the more esteemed companies, it might involve a substantial commute to somewhere like Stratford or London. But this is no longer […]

 Angus Saul

Gojira! Gorjira! – The Definitive Monster Movie Comes To The Tyneside Cinema

Gojira! Gorjira! – The Definitive Monster Movie Comes To The Tyneside Cinema

Godzilla has had a lot of different faces over the years, and a lot of different enemies too, from King Kong and Mechagodzilla to Matthew Broderick and Jean Reno. There have been countless rip-offs of the franchise in the now heavily polluted “monster” genre, with Pacific Rim and Cloverfield doing their best to replicate the […]

 David Waites

Sabotage – Schwarzenegger Stars In Agatha Christie Inspired Shooter (No, Really)

Sabotage – Schwarzenegger Stars In Agatha Christie Inspired Shooter (No, Really)

Based on the classic literature of English crime novelist Agatha Christie, Arnold Schwarzenegger leads a talented cast of young actors in Sabotage. With the likes of Sam Worthington (Avatar) and Josh Holloway (Lost), this action packed return for the former governor is shaping up to be one of this summer’s must-see action films. David Ayer directs […]

 Steph Chungu

Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – More Effects, More Emotion, More Spidey

Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – More Effects, More Emotion, More Spidey

  The last time we left the newly refurbished Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) in the streets of New York, he was left consumed by guilt for the death of his girlfriend’s father at the hands of Dr Curt Connors as The Giant Lizard. Oh, you’ve not seen it yet? Sorry. Anyway, a year has passed […]

 Gemma Hirst

The Journal Culture Awards 2013

The Journal Culture Awards 2013

Last week, The Journal Culture Awards 2013 took to the stage at the Sage Gateshead, to celebrate arts and culture across the North East over the last 12 months. Hosted by Chris Connel, this was the Live Theatre actor’s second time as the compere, and although it wasn’t quite the Oscars, the awards showcased the […]