Here's a round up of all the new articles this week on The DreamCage and AlbieMedia websites...
It was the final week of our now-traditional Hallow-vent Calendar of horror films counting down to Halloween, courtesy, as every year, of the horror-meister David Ames. This year's theme is Asian Horror and here are the film choices for this week:
Day 26 - The Ghost
Day 27 - Dumplings
Day 28 - The Silenced
Day 29 - Reincarnation
Day 30 - A Tale of Two Sisters
Day 31 - Thirst
Elsewhere on The DreamCage
"This ninety minute BBC documentary took me along a journey step by step, as to how we get from a kids’ storybook cartoon character to being retweeted by Donald Trump on his way to electoral victory and a badge of membership for neo-Nazis."
Marc Nash watched the BBC Storyville documentary Pepe The Frog: Feels Good Man...
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...
Meanwhile on AlbieMedia - https://www.albiemedia.com/
"It is not often that I am rendered utterly speechless"
For this week's #EducatingOmand: Year 3, Susan Omand listens to the Balmorhea album Constellations...
"Touché’s speedy, anthemic musicianship welcomes us in as an old, familiar friend"
Jon Britton listened to Touché Amoré's latest album, Lament...
"this anti nuclear song is a good record with a great reggae beat"
Jimmy Hunter's #SotD80 choice this week is from UB40...
"one of those bands that sound different to what you’d expect from their name"
Thirty years on, Susan Omand finally gets round to listening the The Trash Can Sinatras album Cake...
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