Gig Review: Busted ‘Pigs Can Fly’ Tour

[Image credit]Last month, thousands were crying out in nostalgic glee as Charlie Simpson, Matt Willis and James Bourne took to arena stages across the UK for the first time in 12 years. The impossible has turned possible: Busted are back and are bigger and better than ever.The 13th and 14th of May was Glasgow’s turn for the trio’s comeback on their ‘Pigs Can Fly’ tour. Demand is clearly still high for the early 00’s band as the latter date was sold-out within the first day. Speculation had been flying around about what songs would be included on the set list…

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Film Review: ‘Zootropolis’

 I am never one to turn down a Disney film so naturally I jumped at the chance to go and see the latest release ‘Zootropolis,’ or as it’s known outside of the UK ‘Zootopia.’ Considering that it has been ranked in the top 250 on IMDb, I can confirm that it is unlike any Disney film I have seen previous.The story follows Judy Hopps who is the first ever rabbit to join the police force in the city of Zootropolis. The story unfolds as Judy takes on and tries to solve a mysterious case involving the disappearance of an otter.What makes this film so different…

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The History & Development of Horror

Horror is the one of the most popular genres in film. There is no other genre that can tap into the subconscious quite like one filled with demons and monsters. However, despite its popularity, it is becoming a lot rarer to find a horror that becomes an iconic masterpiece – the days of ‘Psycho,’ ‘The Shining,’ and ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ are long behind us. Are audiences just becoming harder to scare or has modern horror hit a creative wall?Despite not being introduced into film until the early 1900s, the genre dates back to the late 18th century. Demons and…

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Review: All Time Low – Back To The Future Hearts Tour

2011 was the year that I saw All Time Low for the first time at the O2 Academy. Five years later and I was standing in the Hydro jumping around like a lunatic to ‘Lost In Stereo’ for the 6th time. I’m not shy in letting the world know that this pop/punk four-piece are my favourite band, and artist in general, to see live. With the exception of their co-headliner with You Me At Six last year, I have seen them every time they have came to Scotland – be it Glasgow or Edinburgh – since that first cold January evening.With this being…

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Review: Panic! at the Disco – Death of a Bachelor

This month Panic! at the Disco released their fifth studio album, ‘Death of a Bachelor.’ I say ‘their’ when I should really say ‘his’ as Brendon Urie is the only remaining member. The new release possesses a completely different sound to that of its predecessors. Listen to the difference between their first two albums and you’ll acknowledge how this will always be expected of the American singer/songwriter.In the months running up to the release of ‘DOAB,’ fans were given a teaser as to what this new album held. From April up until December, a number of tracks were released from…

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