The Ravens! claim their music is “straddling the lines of Post-Punk and riff-heavy Rock an anaesthetic to honour both”.... and I agree.
London, like most big cities has a thriving and awesome underground music scene and I’ll be the first to admit I’ve barely even scratched the surface of it, I hardly know where to even go these days to see the up and coming acts other than a couple of venues. Fortunately The Ravens! reached out to us and since I liked what I heard, I’m more than happy to share my thoughts on their debut EP.
Who is the real monster? The man or the beast?
Kong: Skull Island is the second, after Godzilla that came out in 2014, of a series of new monster movies centred on giant super-species, both classic and new, and if the film about the Japanese lizard was a bit of a let down (or so we've heard), we can’t say the same about Kong.
Wowing audiences and getting mostly positive reviews (because haters gonna hate), Skull Island is the gorilla movie we have all been waiting for, action packed, beautiful visual effects, entertaining, and simply all around awesome.
Silence is Golden.
Directed by the legendary Martin Scorsese, in his third religious based movie (after The Last Temptation of Christ and Kundun), Silence tells another fairly controversial story, based on actual historical facts. Set in the 16th century, the film tells the tale of two Portuguese Jesuit priests, Rodrigues and Garupe, who travel to Japan to go in search of a fellow padre and mentor Ferreira, who is missing and rumoured to have abandoned his faith.
Death has a home amongst the stars.
"There is no age limit for the Museum of Death because WE ALL DIE". That is the Museum of Death’s motto. Quite truthful and direct, wouldn’t you say?
When visiting Hollywood, just a block West of the 101 Hollywood Blvd off ramp, planted among an array of new and historic establishments; you’ll find an institution of sorts that houses rare artefacts and exhibits based on some of the most infamous American crimes, deaths and serial killers.
This should be fun.
Directed by Levan Gabriadze, a Georgian-Russian director in his first American feature, Unfriended takes the supernatural element to another level. It's very unique and different; the entity invades social media – what's not to love?