This Week's DCMG Digest


Here's a round up of all the new articles this week on The DreamCage and AlbieMedia websites...

On The DreamCage - https://www.thedreamcage.com/

With lots of films and shorts available to watch online this week at the We Are One Global Film Festival, Susan Omand heads down-under and encounters Bilby...

https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/06/short-film-bilby.html



"Anyone who knows me knows that I am a total sci-fi nerd and that my favourite kind of sci-fi is the kind which deals with ideas, with ‘what if’ scenarios"

Ren Zelen watched Mnemophrenia...


https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/06/film-mnemophrenia.html


"the use of animated footage from the internet along with the powerful message in the narration makes 32-RBIT a stunning piece of cinema"

Steve Taylor-Bryant watched the short film 32-RBIT...


https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/06/short-film-32-rbit.html




"it is a homage to every good action film, love story, escape movie, road movie, and psychological thriller ever made… but with an egg as the main character."

Steve Taylor-Bryant got cracking and watched the short film Egg...

https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/06/short-film-egg.html


In this special Movie Fights edition of And Why Not?, Stuart Mulrain and guests Tom Stewart and John Tucker on, arguably, the most divisive podcast episode ever made for "the most divisive film ever made." Will they be the first to solve The Napoleon Dynamite Problem?



With deliberately major spoilers, lots of block capitals and a warning of descriptions of violently graphic scenes, Susan Omand watched Los Gatos at We Are One Global Film Festival and really REALLY wishes she hadn't...

https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/06/short-film-los-gatos-cats.html


Steve Taylor-Bryant settles down to watch a documentary about his favourite kind of comedy, American satire, as he watches the 2015 film Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon…

https://www.thedreamcage.com/2020/06/documentary-drunk-stoned-brilliant-dead.html




On 26th December 2019, 627 pieces of Classic Doctor Who content were made available to Britbox subscribers. Every Sunday in 2020, our Doctor Who expert, Tony Cross, looks back at some of the classic stories.

Here are Tony's thoughts on...


Revenge Of The Cybermen (4 Episodes)
Terror Of The Zygons (4 Episodes)
Planet Of Evil (4 Episodes)



Meanwhile on AlbieMedia - https://www.albiemedia.com/

Jagged Little Pill turns twenty-five this year and Steve Taylor-Bryant has always stated that it is one of the greatest records ever made. Here is his thoughts on the Alanis Morissette classic...

https://www.albiemedia.com/2020/06/music-jagged-little-pill.html


"If you are around my age you listened to New Kids on the Block and not even accidentally, you put on the radio or pressed play on your cassette player and actually listened."

Thirty years on, Steve Taylor-Bryant looks back at the New Kids on the Block album, Step by Step...




"I do love a lot of her output and I’ve always liked this single and for me it demonstrates that music in and around the UK charts at this time was more, well, three dimensional than the same time in the US charts"

This week's #SotD80 choice from Jimmy Hunter is Joan Armatrading's hit song Me Myself I...




Find this week's contributors on Twitter

@JimJamGin
@OmandOriginal
@STBwrites
@RenZelen
@Lokster71
@TokenNerd

and our Podcasting partners @WasThisAlways