This Week's DCMG Digest - 29th June to 5th July

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

On The DreamCage -

"Worth your time just to see Collins and Pegg go toe to toe in roles that should elevate both of them much higher in the echelons of acting choices from now on."

Steve Taylor-Bryant watched Inheritance, out next week from Signature Entertainment...

"It does not just entertain you; it makes you smarter without actually having to do the work yourself. I like that in a book."

Steve Taylor-Bryant read From Bayou to Abyss: Examining John Constantine, Hellblazer from Sequart Organization, edited by Rich Handley and Lou Tambone...

"The film does boast an excellent young cast who give committed performances - Aaron Johnson, Imogen Poots, Daniel Kaluuya and particularly Matthew Beard."

Ren Zelen watched Chatroom (2010), now on Amazon Prime courtesy of Signature Entertainment ...

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 Talons Of Weng-Chiang (6 Episodes)
Horror Of Fang Rock (4 Episodes)
The Invisible Enemy (4 Episodes)

Meanwhile on AlbieMedia -

"another post-punk (no quotes) sound by a band that had its roots firmly in the punk era."

This week's #SotD80 song choice by Jimmy Hunter is Love Will Tear Us Apart by Joy Division...

"Listening now, as a near 45-year-old, slightly more mature “grown up” with some life experience, I listen back to Gold Mother and it is quite the work of genius. "

Thirty years on from its release, Steve Taylor-Bryant listened to the James album Gold Mother...

"a brilliantly entertaining history lesson of American rock and roll"

Steve Taylor-Bryant hit the road and watched the documentary series Sonic Highways...

"I can categorically state that Slow Light is the only album you’ll need this summer."

Susan Omand sorts out her summer listening with Slow Light, the new album by the madlys...

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