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Pride and Prejudice
And ZOMBIES!

By DJ Forrest

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The Crown

By DJ Forrest

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Class – Series 1, Episode 8: The Lost

Tony’s dead now. Forward his mail.

‘People are dead. More will die. Here’s your chance not to be one of them.’

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Class, Series 1, Episode 7:

The Metaphysical Engine, Or What Quill Did

Tony faces his first fear.

‘I mean, this is like a geek vomited!’


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Class, Series 1, Episode 6: Detained

Tony’s been detained.

Oooh – innnnteresting.

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Class, Series 1, Episode 5: 
Brave-ish Heart

Tony’s getting heartburn.

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Paddington, the Movie

By DJ Forrest

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Class – Series 1, Episode 4
Co-Owner Of A Lonely Heart

Tony goes on the heart attack.

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Class – Series 1, Episode 3 – Nightvisiting

Tony gets a little touch of Lankin in the night.

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Class, Series 1, Episode 2 
 The Coach With The Dragon Tattoo

Tony get inked.

‘Watch Episode 2 of Class,’ they said. ‘It gets better,’ they said.

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Class 1.1 For Tonight We Might Die

Tony’s signing up for classes.

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Dad’s Army

Who do you think you are kidding, Mr Nighy!

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The A Word

By DJ Forrest

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Sherlock:

The Abominable Bride


By Steven Moffat
and Mark Gatiss
Reviewed by Jeffrey Zyra


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Jessica Jones

Kilgrave has a Secret Smile, Barty!


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Terminator: Genisys

By DJ Forrest

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World War W.H.O.
By DJ Forrest

Based on World War Z by Max Brooks
Story by Matthew Michael Carnahan
Directed by Marc Forster
Released in UK (Empire Cinema, Leicester Square) 2nd June 2013

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Fortitude – The Story So Far

By Tony J Fyler


Fortitude, the new ‘must-see’ drama from Sky Atlantic is a big gamble. It’s staking the biggest budget known to man for a series of its kind – close to £30m - on a combination of beautiful scenery, big name stars and, if the evidence of the first four episodes is anything to go by, a combination of the scattergun-reference strategy from Lost, the ‘close community’ creepiness of Twin Peaks, and the 

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Broadchurch Series 2

In and Out the Sparkling Bluebells

In the first series of Broadchurch written and created by Chris Chibnall, the search for the murderer of Danny Latimer was on, and thanks to the lack of spoilers, which helped to keep the suspense of the series going, we never discovered the true identity of the killer till the very end.  Many of us who watched the series unfold had drawn our own conclusions; mine had always been a toss up between Joe Miller and his son Tom.


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Broadchurch Is Back
Season 2

Written by Chris Chibnall
Reviewed by DJ Forrest

Wow!

I loved the first season and I had some questions when it was announced that Tennant would return as DI Alex Hardy.  Such as, if a man is at death’s door, how the hell does he make it back into his position as DI and continue to crack another case?  So seeing the opening story picking up literally where the last ended, it’s plain to see where we’re at with Hardy. 


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Film Review: Not Another Happy Ending

Writer David Solomons
Director Ian McKay
Reviewed by DJ Forrest
Released 30 June 2013 (Edinburgh Film Festival)
11th October 2013 UK
8th August 2014 US

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Film Review: The Maze Runner (2014)


Book written by James Dashner
Screenplay written by Noah Oppenheim, Grant Pierce Myers
T.S. Nowlin
Directed by Wes Ball
Reviewed by “Witch’s Cat”
Age Rating: 12A

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The Fly Guy

by Colum Sanson-Regan

Reviewed by DJ Forrest



“It’s a creepy thriller which looks at how we create and whether we can control what we create, while following the interconnected stories of a drug dealer, a bodyguard, an investigator, and a writer. How much of ourselves do we create and how much can we never destroy?” – Colum Sanson-Regan

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Who’s Changing!
An Adventure in Time With Fans


Directed by Cameron K McEwan
Reviewed by Simon Mallinson
@Mallyman72

I purchased this DVD at the Comic Con last month, so Blogtor Who, what did I think about it? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Whos-Changing-Adventure-Time-With/dp/B00HGV6FHI  

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John Bell

From Who to Hobbit

By DJ Forrest

In the year one hundred trillion, in Silo 16, one of the last refugee places for the human race, a young orphaned boy, no older than 9 years of age, worked for Lieutenant Atillo.  With straggly blond hair and a mucky face, the child known as Creet reunited family members who had been lost.  The human who the Doctor, Martha and Jack Harkness had ran towards to protect against the hungry nomadic race known as the Futurekind, was hoping that he’d find his family in Silo 16.  Creet reunited mother and son.
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The Wolfstone Curse by Justin Richards


Reviewed by DJ Forrest
ISBN: 978-1-84877-551-0
Published by Templar Publishing

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Doghouse


Written by Dan Schaffer
Released 12 June 2009
Directed by Jake West
Produced by Michael Loveday &
Terry Stone
Available on Netflix

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Patrick Troughton
The First Robin Hood
17th March – 21st April1953
By Mickie Newton

Whilst I was doing some research for my monthly column, Gadgets and Gizmo’s and looking for suitable items from 1953, due to the episode of focus 'Out of Time', I stumbled on this little gem and so decided I really should write something.

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