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Brace yourselves, dwellers of Midgard, 'Thor: The Dark World' is beginning to take shape. Recently these set photos were snapped by a lucky fan who happened to be in England's Bourne Woods where production is slated to begin in two weeks. I have not the knowledge of Thor canon to know exactly what locale these structures represent, but they are still awesome to behold. Take a look at the set…Continue
Added by Martyn Warren on April 23, 2012 at 5:01pm — No Comments
For forty years, April has been a month not just to celebrate the Easter holidays or, in the case of this year, a Royal wedding, but to increase the awareness of Autism, a form of special needs that makes it hard for people to communicate and socialize.
As an autistic person, I thought that it would be a good opportunity to look at some of the films that do not just focus on this form of special needs, but that have also changed the way that these characters have…Continue
Added by Martyn Warren on April 22, 2012 at 3:16pm — No Comments
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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As a Hammer Studios nerd, and an unabashed Harry Potter fan, I am chomping at the bit to see 'The Woman in Black'. The film centers on a young lawyer (the boy wizard himself Daniel Radcliffe) who travels to a remote village to handle the sale of a deceased client’s house. Unfortunately, vengeful spirits reside in that house and are apparently Percy…Continue
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
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