This Week on the DCMG Websites

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

Monday 22nd April

On The DreamCage

Susan Omand discovers it's not that easy to pick her top five Jack Nicholson films...

Tuesday 23rd April

On The DreamCage

"This is the 5th book in the D. I Callanach series and, with each book, I like them more and more. "

Deborah Taylor-Bryant got her hands on Perfect Crime by Helen Fields

"If The Book of Fate was a film, we would all be raving about it"

Steve Taylor-Bryant has given himself the reading challenge of reading every full length novel written by Brad Meltzer. This week it is the turn of political Freemason conspiracy novel The Book of Fate...

On AlbieMedia

"Poppy acousticy singer/songwritery styley noise is about the last thing I expected to get on this year’s list"

Susan Omand has been set "homework" of listening to albums released after the 1980s that she has missed out on. This week her judgement seems Clouded by This Wild Life ...

Wednesday 24th April

On The DreamCage

They say "In space, no-one can hear you scream." No screaming is heard here either as Alwyn Ash explains his love for the Alien franchise in his article titled Ash vs Alien...

Thursday 25th April

On The DreamCage

"Sometimes you stumble across something that you were not expecting but that speaks to you on a weirdly personal level."

David Ames heads to Victorian London thanks to 2015's The Order:1886 on the PS4...

On AlbieMedia

"I rediscovered this track a couple of years ago whilst rummaging around on YouTube for stuff and I'd completely forgotten about it. Don't you love when that happens?"

Jimmy Hunter takes a step further back in time to give us a Song of the Day 1979. This week, he's heading for Prime Time with The Tubes...

"When their debut E.P. 1,000 Hours popped up on my list of thirty year old recordings I honestly thought it was a typo."

Thirty years on from release, Steve Taylor-Bryant spends 1,000 Hours listening to Green Day...

Friday 26th April

On The DreamCage

"Why did the cockerel cross the road? "

Susan Omand made some catnip flavour popcorn and watched Spy Cat, thanks to Signature Entertainment...

"Sausages make me sad, Matt"

The music made them do it as the latest Was This Always Weird podcast looks back at the 1994 film Airheads

Saturday 27th April

On The DreamCage

The Defective Inspector does a spoilery but fun catch up on the wonders of Winterfell and the first episode of the new season of Game of Thrones, but he really wishes they'd just Get On With It...

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