Ed Cripps reviews the recently released Les Misérables, a truly revolutionary movie musical.
Step aside Rihanna, One Direction and Emeli Sandé. 2013 is gearing up to be the year of the comeback. Shane guides us through who to expect.
Ash revisits Closer and the world of Jude Law, Natalie Portman and their vigorous, vigorous off-screen sex and tepid, tepid, on-screen conversations about sex…
Ever wondered what “throwing shade” or “reading” mean in RuPaul’s Drag Race? Roy takes us on a fascinating linguistic tour of Polari, gay slang and NYC in the 1980s.
One for the Opera fans out there. Marten thinks he’s cracked Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin and invites you to look into the strapping Russian dandy’s homoerotic closet.
Miki reviews American Horror Story and puts it to the ultimate test: Watch this shit or bake a cake?
Shane’s back with the hottest tracks for the weekend and the ones to watch for 2013.
Callum’s got a guilty secret. He actually prefers the Hollywood remake of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo to the original. What would the indie gods think?
Scottee discusses the bad taste in his mouth at the thought of his Sixth year at Fringe.
Ash looks at the left wing insurgency in Middle Earth also known as the War of the Ring.