THE mention of 'Moviedrome' is guaranteed to elicit pangs of nostalgia in film fans of a certain vintage who fondly remember the BBC's long-running late night cult movie series curated by Alex Cox and Mark Cousins.
IF YOU'VE ever wondered what semi-mythical hero King Arthur would be like as a hulking mixed-martial-arts-trained 'geezer' with mystical powers – and, let's face it, who hasn't? – director Guy Ritchie's new superhero-styled film has the answer.
VETERAN music journalist Sylvia Patterson's memoir I'm Not With The Band: A Writer's Life Lost In Music covers the Scot's 30 year-long and frequently turbulent journalistic career, which took off in style at mighty bi-weekly pop bible Smash Hits.
Prey (Multi) By: Bethesda THE latest space opera from gaming’s post-Bioshock bloom blends popcorn-munching and chin-scratching in equal measure with a first-person horror thriller that mixes blasting, stealth and exploration in an alternate universe where Kennedy survives the grassy knoll.
THERE can't be many live shows that sound a triune warning of nudity, strong language and heavy drug and needle use before you even book your seat, but then, Trainspotting is not your average type of show.
1. When did you think about turning your passion for literature as a career and what were your first steps into it? The first inklings came around 1995/96 when I was working in The Bookshop at Queen's.