We take a spoiler-free look at the Doctor’s latest TV adventure… Continue reading Dr Who Episode 1 Review (Spoiler Free)
So the new season of Doctor Who starts Saturday, and you want to get into it- but you’ve only seen a few bits in the past. What are you going to do? Well, look no further- here is a gold mine of Doctor Who related knowledge so that you can sound like the biggest fan anywhere, anytime. Just remember, you’re looking at the junior school … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Doctor Who:
With this, perhaps we could all make films as great as his… Continue reading Could This Be Tarantino’s Secret Ingredient?
The show opens with it’s iconic intro- and then inside number nine. This is: Inside Number Nine. The brand new season proves so far (after two episodes) to be the same format as the other ones: we’re introduced to this weeks story line, and our ‘number nine’. This week it was a restaurant called ‘number nine’ sometimes it’s just a number nine house, sometimes it’s … Continue reading Inside Number Nine welcomes us back to it’s humourously dark world
Star Trek and Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams has been causing a stir in just about as many fandoms as he can in the past few years- and the world of Portal was no exception. Continue reading Did Portal Drop a Hint About J.J. Abrams 10 Years Ago?
This week, Peter Capaldi announced he would be hanging up his coat and sonic screwdriver as he leaves Doctor Who for good after this coming season. It’s always a sad event to see a Doctor leave (for a fan anyway), but let us look forward to the future- as Ordinary Author shares their top picks for the next Doctor… 1. Richard Ayoade A popular choice … Continue reading Capaldi Quits: Our Picks for Doctor
The nominees for the 2017 annual Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, have been announced (full list down below). There weren’t really many surprises to be found- with La La Land being nominated for the most awards as expected (12) however there are still some shocking trends in the lineup which don’t show off the Oscars as the lovingly progressive event it likes to … Continue reading No Female Directors Nominated for 2017 Oscars (Again)
Last night, the BBC announced their plans for a new streaming service to compete with the likes of Netflix, and, Hulu? At a press conference at the BBC corporate headquarters- the Director General of the company acknowledged the way media consumption was changing for younger people and also acknowledged the term ‘binge watching’, whilst also commenting on the superior budgets of new online shows such … Continue reading BBC Announce Plans for New Streaming Service
Hi, Ordinary Author here. We’ve looked at things we think might appear in the next Star Wars film, but without further ado, let’s look at some working titles which could be used for the muchly anticipated Star Wars VIII: A bit predictable, but this could work. This ones a bit more cryptic. It also makes sense as we hear Kylo Ren refer to the dark … Continue reading 6 Working Titles for Star Wars VIII
There are a number of war films out at the moment, and I’m sure there will continue to be for decades to come. Given this, and sparked by the trailer release for Christopher Nolan’s adaptation of Dunkirk- Ordinary Author wants to share their opinion on what makes a good war film… There are many types of war film- but every one must have at least … Continue reading What Makes a Good War Film?