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 -

This week, Steve Taylor-Bryant started on a month-long epic journey through film trailers to link Tom Cruise to... himself? We'll let him explain more in the article intros. Here's the first few days...

DAY 1 - links Tom Cruise to Nicole Kidman
DAY 2 - links Nicole Kidman to Daniel Day-Lewis
DAY 3 - links Daniel Day-Lewis to Whoopi Goldberg

"It's written pretty well...." 

Those masters of understatement on the Was This Always Weird podcast look back at the 1996 Baz Lurhmann film Romeo + Juliet...

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...

The Time Monster (6 Episodes)
The Three Doctors (4 Episodes)
Carnival Of Monsters (4 Episodes)

I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, Again

Meanwhile on AlbieMedia -

"in our lockdown moments of sadness and loneliness, ISIRTAA is the perfect tonic to alleviate some bad feeling"

Steve Taylor-Bryant reviews I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again, Again, Re-united, with the full show now available on YouTube...

"There’s still a lot of melody in the, now expected, shoutiness that works really well. "

This week's #EducatingOmand sees Susan Omand listening to Sempiternal from Bring Me The Horizon...

"this is a record that stroked the back of my neck as soon as I heard the intro"

This week's #SotD80 choice from Jimmy Hunter is by Crown Heights Affair...

"it is always Cave’s voice that drives my emotion."

Thirty years on from the album's release, Steve Taylor-Bryant looks back at The Good Son by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds...

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