Check out my review of the live DVD The Who At Kilburn 1977. It’s a pretty good set, including not just the 1977 Kilburn gig but also one from 1969 at the London Coliseum. Read here.
Read my review of Funkoars’ new album The Hangover at TheDwarf. Hint: It’s good!
My review of Ben Lee’s latest single, the disgustingly happy I Love Pop Music is up at TheDwarf. Read words!
Check out my review of The Verve‘s new album, Forth at TheDwarf. Kinda rhymed there.
Today I’m reviewing Juno.
I went into this movie with moderate expectations. I had seen trailers and there were some lines which didn’t seem to work, but on the whole it looked funny and interesting. In the end, those expectations were justified.
Tonight I’m reviewing Southland Tales, the second film by American writer and director Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko).
Southland Tales review coming soon…
Watch this space!
At the request of a friendly acquaintance, here is my review of the new Ridley Scott/Russell Crowe/Denzel Washington movie, American Gangster.
I started doing a couple of mini-reviews for No Country For Old Men and The Darjeeling Limited last night, but something happened and I lost all of what I’d written. I’d only written the intro, but still…
I’ll start with The Darjeeling Limited.
Or OzBuzz Does Hot Fuzz
Tonight I’ll be reviewing one of my favourite films of recent times, Hot Fuzz. This brilliant, layered comedy comes from the writing team of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg (who also stars), the duo who brought us Shaun Of The Dead. Wright directs Fuzz, as he did SOTD and the sitcom Spaced which also starred Pegg & Nick Frost. Frost is in Fuzz, too. Basically we’ve got a bit of a boys club of British comedy (Jessica Stevenson co-wrote Spaced, and had a cameo in SOTD, but is absent in Fuzz).