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It doesn’t matter how famous a Hollywood actor you are, if the accent ain’t right, it’s just plain obvious. Our guest writer Sabrina Dougall from London shares her top 10 worst accent imitations in cinema: 1. Dick van Dyke (Bert/Mr. … Continue reading
Adam, starring Brit actor Hugh Dancy, is a film about a guy with Asperger’s syndrome. When Adam meets Beth (Rose Byrne), an attractive young woman from his New York apartment block, the pair are instantly attracted. But, as they get … Continue reading
Why is it that some real life crimes have captured the imagination of the public more than others? Back in 1947, in California, 22-year-old Elizabeth Short (aka the Black Dahlia) was gruesomely butchered. Her murder has never been solved. There … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings On Bravo tonight at 9pm “What are those creatures?” I asked myself this question half way through this horror thriller when once again a load of ugly bloodthirsty individuals like this: appeared on screen to terrorise the … Continue reading