Archive for January, 2013

January 31, 2013

Oxford Journal/Oxfordshire Guardian/Basingstoke Observer- “At The Movies”, 1st Feb Releases

At The Movies 1st Feb

Please find above my “At The Movies” column for Oxford Journal, Oxfordshire Guardian and Basingstoke Observer, reviewing the latest releases for 1st February. Please click the image for a larger version, or click Here to read the Journal’s ‘E-Paper’

January 26, 2013

BBC Radio Oxford: “Films On Friday”, 25/01/2013 (Expires 01/02/2013)

 

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Please click the image above to listen to BBC Radio Oxford’s “Films On Friday” segment, which starts at around 1h19m30s. I review the films “Lincoln”, “The Last Stand” and “Zero Dark Thirty” and the link expires on 01/02/2013
January 24, 2013

Oxford Journal/Oxfordshire Guardian/Basingstoke Observer: “At The Movies” column, 24th Jan Releases

The Last Stand

Please find above my “At The Movies” column, as it appears in the Oxford Journal, Oxfordshire Guardian and Basingstoke Observer. This week’s columns features reviews of “The Last Stand”, “Lincoln” and “Zero Dark Thirty”. You can read a large version of the article by clicking the image above, or click here to read it in the Journal’s ‘E-paper’

January 22, 2013

“Films On Friday” segment, BBC Radio Oxford, 18/01/2013 (link expires 25/01/2013)

Click the link above to listen to James Cannon’s Drivetime show for BBC Radio Oxford on 18th January, which is available to play back on BBC iPlayer until 25/01/2013.

I come in at around 1 hour, 20 mins and 30 secs for the “Films On Friday” segment, and discuss the Oscars along with the week’s releases in Oxfordshire (“Django Unchained” and “The Sessions”).

January 18, 2013

Oxford Journal/Oxfordshire Guardian/ Basingstoke Observer: “At The Movies”, 18th Jan Releases

 

At The Movies 18th Jan

Please find above my film column “At The Movies” for 18th January, as published in Oxford Journal, Oxfordshire Guardian and Basingstoke Observer. Please click above to read a larger version of the column or click here to see it in the Journal’s ‘e-paper’

January 14, 2013

“Films On Friday” segment, BBC Radio Oxford, 11/01/2013 (link expires 18/01/2013)

Click the link above to listen to James Cannon’s Drivetime show for BBC Radio Oxford on 11th January, which is available to play back on BBC iPlayer until 18/01/2013.

I come in at around the 1 hour 23 min mark for the “Films On Friday” segment, and discuss the UK box office along with the week’s releases in Oxfordshire (“Les Miserables” and “Gangster Squad”).

January 10, 2013

BBC Radio Oxford 09/01/2013 BAFTA Nominations (expires 16/01/2013)

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Above is the link toyesterday’s Phil gayle show, where I talk about the BAFTA nominations (at around the 1hr 55m mark) and join him for an hour long discussion about cinemagoing in the UK (2hrs 54 mins onwards). The link expires on 16/01/2013

January 10, 2013

MPC Publications: January 2013 Film section

The January edition of my film section for MPC Publications, covering six different titles including:

-Highgate Handbook

-Barnet Local and High Barnet Local

-N21 Directory

-N14 Directory

-The Muswell Flyer

Please click the following links for the film review and feature withAnne Hathaway

January 9, 2013

Oxford Journal/Oxfordshire Guardian/Basingstoke Observer: “At The Movies” column, 11th January

At The Movies 11th January

Please find above my “At The Movies” film column for Oxfordshire Guardian, Oxford Journal and Basingstoke Observer, reviewing the film “Les Miserables” and featuring a preview of “Gangster Squad”.

please click the image above to read the larger review, or click here to read the Journal’s ‘e-paper’

January 5, 2013

Oxford Journal/Oxfordshire Guardian/Basingstoke Observer- “At The Movies” column, 4th Jan Releases.

At The Movies, 4th Jan

Please find above the “At The Movies” column for 4th January as it appears in Oxford Journal, Oxfordshire Guardian and Basingstoke Observer. Please click the image above for the larger image, which features reviews of “The Impossible”, “Playing For Keeps” and “Quartet”.