Dateline: Mandy Southgate
Mandy Southgate is a South African expat living and working in London. She finds it hard to concentrate on any one thing for any length of time and so runs three very different blogs on life in London and travel from there, media and entertainment and social justice and human rights.
Mandy tends to become emotionally invested in television and authors and as a result, is often brutally disappointed.
Breathtaking and devastating in its realism, Rebellion brings an important historical event to our screens with fantastic cinematography and excellent performances
Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, alternative rockers Arc & Stones release their exciting new eponymous EP.
A gritty crime noir novel set in 1990s Cambodia, Ghost Money intrigues with its mix of criminal enterprise and historical context.
Lesch examines what went wrong in a region once considered the future of the Middle East, now embroiled in a brutal and protracted civil war.
Strangers in the Land is such a thrilling caper that you won't doubt for one moment that there were ravenous zombies attacking the ancient Israelites.
A rather average high school melodrama featuring stereotypical characters and zombies.
What could possibly go wrong when a teenage Demon Keeper neglects his duties to find a girlfriend?
Girl of Nightmares follows on from the dark and disturbing Anna Dressed in Blood
Almost three-dimensional in sound, The Faint's Danse Macabre - Deluxe Edition is one reissue you'll want to add to your collection.
Swansea band The Adelines launch their brand of disaffected indie-pop with a free download of the single "Little Games."