Mrs Browns Boys D’Movie

 

 “When Moore Street market-trader Agnes Brown finds her livelihood under threat from a ruthless developer, she and her family embark on a campaign to save her stall, aided as only the Browns will be by a motley troop of blind trainee Ninjas, an alcoholic solicitor, and a barrister with Tourettes Syndrome.” –Wikipedia. Yes you saw that correctly; Mrs. Brown and her family of utter nutters are back, and in movie form. Not too long ago I threatened to maim our editor for putting me on to the series and I think that threat still stands. Starring Brendon O’Carroll as the joyful Mrs. Brown with the series cast making an appearance as well. Directed by Ken Kellet. (Mrs. Brown’s Boys: TV […]

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Ann Jangle.

 

 Local talent day! That’s right, today, 925|Rebellion is delighted to welcome multi-talented South African musician Ann Jangle. Let’s begin. What genre of music do you consider your work to be? Firstly, “the only thing constant is change”, our emotions and views on life change every day, new things happen constantly, therefore, looking back now I realise that my genres have been quite vast. My music always comes from the heart and is usually a result of something I am facing or have faced. People always wonder how I get to play at ‘Rockabilly-, Rock-, Blues-, & say, Folk Festivals. Usually bands play and stick to a specific genre, we have something that links us to most genres. Of course a […]

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

 

 “SKREEEEOOOOONNNNKKKK!!!!” – Godzilla! That blood curdling roar has been heard around the world, and it signals the return of Godzilla, King of the monsters. The new movie has already made $315 million since its release and has received good reviews from critics. This article though ISN’T A REVIEW, this is intended to give some background information about the enigmatic “Big G”. (Sounds like a Rapper. -Ed.) So, hide yo’ boats, hide yo’ sky scrapers and hide yo’ cities too, because monsters are destroying everything. [youtube id=”vIu85WQTPRc” width=”600″ height=”350″] Godzilla’s first appearance was in the 1954 Japanese movie “Gojira”. The name is actually an amalgamation of the Japanese word “Gorira” which means gorilla, and “Kurira” which stands for whale. The reasons […]

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AFRO SAMURAI

 

 “With this headband on my forehead, I will rule this world as God Himself”- Justice What do you get when you mix Samuel L Jackson with Ninja Scroll? You get the fantastic anime series known as Afro Samurai. This series is an interesting combination that most people and fans would never think they would have seen in a samurai anime. Afro Samurai became so popular from the manga that it spawned an anime series, a movie, a video-game and maybe even a live-action film. “Nothing personal. It’s just revenge” – Afro Samurai Afro Samurai is based of the popular Japanese Seinen (Japanese for “young men”) manga that was written and illustrated by Takashi Okazaki. The character of Afro was inspired […]

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

 

 When the, The Russo Brothers (You, Me and Dupree.) were announced by Marvel Studios as the directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, many, including myself, were quite puzzled by the choice. For one thing, they had never directed an action movie before and they were known for having created the sitcom “Community”. I was therefore pleasantly surprised when the end credits rolled after I had seen what I can only describe as Marvel Studio’s best solo movie. Captain America: The winter soldier, in my opinion, is a movie that rivals even “The Avengers” in terms of its sheer brilliance. The movie starts off with the introduction of Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) who comic book readers will know is The […]

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Encounter at Rendlesham Forest.

 

 Last year we spoke to one of the worlds leading UFO experts (Ufologist) Nick Pope. Today we speak to him regarding his latest book, Encounter in Rendlesham Forest. 01: For those who don’t know, what can you tell us about the encounter in Rendlesham forest? The Rendlesham Forest incident is the world’s second most famous UFO case, aside from Roswell. But Roswell took place nearly 70 years ago and pretty much all the original witnesses are dead, whereas the Rendlesham Forest incident occurred in December 1980. The events took place in a forest adjacent to two US Air Force bases in the UK, Bentwaters and Woodbridge. A military patrol encountered a landed UFO which subsequently took off. There were further […]

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Which weapon would you choose?

 

  Most of us at 925 love zombies. So today, to embrace that love, we speak to Paul Anderson, independent film maker and zombie fan. What can you tell me about your zombie series? The series is called “Which Weapon Would YOU Choose?” and each episode shows a different character, using one main weapon to survive. What was the inspiration behind it? The inspiration behind it was simply to get experience, get myself out there and meet other filmmakers in the area, while producing something i was enthusiastic about. How does your zombie series differ from others? It differs because one of the main remits was to invite other filmmakers to write and direct each episode, with myself producing. How […]

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Top 5 Romance Animes

 

 Since winter is around the corner, I thought it would be a great idea to do a Top 5 Romance Animes. What better way to warm yourself up than to watch a romantic anime with a loved one? Clannad This beautiful story – written by the legendary Jun Maeda (Kanon; Air; Angel Beats) – revolves around Tomoya Okazuki, a student that hated his life until he met Nagisa Furukawa, a soft-spoken girl who is repeating a year due to illness. Her dream is to be part of the drama club, but unfortunately the club disbanded due to lack of members. Tomoya, having a lot of time on his hands, helps Nagisa to get the drama club going again. [youtube id=”aTI1Fxu6KEc” […]

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Terry Pratchett. Day 5.

 

 “Stories of imagination tend to upset those without one.” – Terry Pratchett. What a success Pratchett week (Our second theme week. The first was Doom.) has been. I’d like to thank all those involved, evolved and evolving for their contribution towards this Disc like endeavour. On a personal note: As someone who has never read the works of Pratchett (I know, I know! They’re on the list of things to do, once I’ve finished ALL the Dune books, the collected works of the Marquis De Sade, Napoleons War Diaries and Winnie the Pooh.) What was I saying? Ah, yes! Though I’ve not yet read his books and gotten hands on with his other merchandise, I’ve developed an enthusiasm to do […]

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The Witches: A Discworld Board Game.

 

 “The Witches is set in the magically charged land of Lancre. Players take on the role of trainee witches, such as Tiffany Aching and Petulia Gristle, learning their craft and dealing with all the problems that life on Discworld can throw at them. Our heroines will tackle everything from a sick pig to a full-blown invasion of elves – life can be tough for a young witch in Lancre! Fear not however, as an array of Discworld’s most famous characters will be on hand to aid your quest. Along the way you’ll meet the guiding forces of Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat Garlick, along with a rich supporting cast of familiar faces from Terry Pratchett’s bestselling Discworld series. Compete with your fellow […]

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