Top Ten Lists: The Essential Marx Brothers Films.

Are the Marx brothers still relevant? Honestly I hope so. Their work is often held in high regard among critics […]

New Music Friday | Check out the best new albums released August 2.

One of Christian rock’s most successful bands laid the foundation stone for a career that now span some thirteen years […]

Classic movie of the week: Horse Feathers (1932).

In 2000, the American Film Institute saw fit to add Horse Feathers as Nº 65 on their prestigious list of the 100 Funniest […]

Cinemas Greatest Scenes: The mirror scene in The Marx Brothers Duck Soup.

Not all the Marx Brothers films in their heyday were well received, including their mapcap classic Duck Soup (1933). But over time […]

Interview: Annie Hamilton adds some welcome grit to her sprawling indie rock.

A while ago I set myself the task of making sure to check out some of the best emerging musicians […]

Impressions of Claude Monet.

Claude Monet was born on 14th November 1840. He grew up in the French port Le Harve on the Normandy […]

The day the Tour was turned on it’s head: Lemond’s Incredible Comeback.

Thirty years ago today, America’s greatest cyclist Greg LeMond won the closest Tour de France in history, with a victory […]

On my stereo this week: ‘The Wire’ by Haim.

I really like Haim but I do hope I don’t tire of them. While I generally like their 80’s and 90’s […]

Top Ten Lists: The Essential Marilyn Monroe Films

The world would truly be a dull place without the extraordinary charisma and talent of American actress and model Marilyn […]

Classic movie of the week: The Searchers (1956).

John Ford’s The Searchers has been described as one of the greatest Westerns of all time – with its marvelous […]