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You know, I never knew much about the world of British programming or programmes as they call it and you know at this age, the age of the internet and all, you can’t escape from it…Continue
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A Field In England is an independent British film which recently was released. It was released simultaneously across all formats: In Cinema's, on Blu-ray, on on-demand services, and it was aired without ad-breaks on British television (on Film 4). I have heard little coverage of this film on the site and for those interested, here is my review of it:
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Created and produced by Maddy Darrell, who has also produced the children’s television shows Bear Behaving Badly and Pet Squad, Baby Jake blends animation and photo images to tell imaginative adventures starring a ten-month-old baby…Continue
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It was only a couple of months ago that the famed children’s producers, The Foundation and CBeebies, released their DVDs on the popular Big Barn Farm and they have now made a new DVD from another of their popular shows, Waybuloo.
The format and structure of the show has made it popular among…Continue
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This was one of the reviews I wrote this month for HeyUGuys that was not published online and so I have decided to put it on Spill's blog space with a rating from Spill's own rating system.
Hustle Season 7 DVD Review
Already reaching it’s eighth series (the first episode aired on Friday), Hustle has been successful with it’s modest number of television…Continue
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Brace yourselves, Whovians, it seems the good doctor will soon be magically whisked from your television set to the big screen. David Yates, director of the last four…Continue
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Masashi Kishimoto’s popular series about a world of ninjas and ninjutsu has become one of Shonen Jump’s biggest manga series of all time and the volumes have sold millions of copies worldwide, as well as having an anime television series, trading cards, toys, a clothing range and many other merchandise.
This week sees the release of the english-translation of volume fifty two (an achievement in itself to reach such a high number) and after all this time, Kishimoto and his art team…Continue
Added by Martyn Warren on October 12, 2011 at 5:47pm — No Comments
I have two possible ideas that I would like to make into a short film for the next Spill Dot Con Film Festival. The two ideas are basically one that I think the British Spill members might be interested in doing and the other one is for all Spill members as it can be possibly made anywhere.
A group is made on the website and you can go onto the group for at least a weekly update on the following link, but feel free to continue reading if you wish: …Continue
Added by Martyn Warren on September 30, 2011 at 7:05pm — No Comments
This is something I've pondered on quite a lot. I read the Harry Potter series, just like most other people who grew up with them, or had children who did, and quite quickly picked up on J.K. Rowling's ultimate point; racism is bad. My discovery of course shocked the literary world. Despite the fact that the Death Eaters, their message, and the…Continue
This article is what I wrote for the website, HeyUGuys. Please feel free to visit the site on the following link and hope you enjoy: http://www.heyuguys.co.uk.
It has been twenty five years since gamers were first introduced to one of Nintendo’s biggest and most respected video game franchises of all time: The Legend of Zelda!
Delving into the games that have made up one of the most popular RPG game series of all time, we will look…
Fictional violence has to be one of the oddest things to entertain us. It’s ten times more extravagant than any real-life bloodshed, yet we cheer it on. We line up to see endless unfortunates butchered by the…Continue
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