Fixed Bayonets! (1951) - Blu-ray review

CoverAt the height of the Korean War the American army are on the retreat, being closely chased by the Chinese. In order to give fifteen thousand men the chance to get across a vulnerable bridge, a platoon is ordered to defend a choke point, even if it means they will all die... [click here...]



National Lampoon's: Animal House - DVD review

CoverThis raunchy, screwball spoof about college life in the 1960’s sees Bhuto, Otter, Pinto and Flounder lead the way with their outrageous behaviour in the ultimate campus comedy... [click here...]



Yellowstone: Music from the BBC Earth Series

CoverSilva Screen Records releases Edmund Butt's score for the BBC's nature documentary series Yellowstone. Originally transmitted on BBC 2 in 2009 in a Sunday night prime time slot the series attracted the highest rating for a natural history series for the channel in over five years... [click here...]


Cheech and Chong’s Get out of My Room (1985)

CoverBased on their album of the same name, Cheech and Chongs Get Out of My Room sees Grammy Award winning comedy duo Richard “Cheech” Marin and Tommy Chong overworked and over-budget in this mockumentary where they attempt to finish the four music videos featured in the film... [click here...]


Dad's Army - Soundtrack review

CoverSilva Screen Records releases Charlie Mole's orchestral score for Dad's Army. May, 1944. As the Allied armies massed in the British Isles prepare to invade Occupied Europe and strike a mighty blow against Hitler’s Reich, a heavy responsibility falls on the men of Walmington-on-Sea’s Home Guard platoon... [click here...]


Dorothy Loudon at the Blue Angel - Music review

CoverTony Award winning actress Dorothy Loudon is often cited as one of the foremost-accomplished performers in Broadway history. In a career that spanned over six decades, Loudon achieved success in cabaret, on television and film, and of course on Broadway where she scored her greatest triumph with an iconic Tony Award winning performance as Miss Hannigan in Annie... [click here...]


And Then There Were None - DVD review

CoverSet in 1939 this three-part series follows ten strangers with dubious pasts who are drawn to a mysterious mansion on a remote island off the Devon coast. As the weather turns, they find themselves stranded and their hosts mysteriously absent. They soon discover they are each accused of a terrible crime for which a price must now be paid. When members of the party start to mysteriously die; brutally slaughtered one by one, the ill-fated guests realise they may be harbouring the murderer among them. For if all are destined to die, who can their executioner be...? [click here...]


Ron Pope & the Nighthawks - Music review

CoverRon Pope & The Nighthawks’s release their self-titled debut album. Following Pope's fifth solo studio album in 2014 and extensive worldwide touring, the Nashville based singer began recording new music written on the road with his favourite Brooklyn-based musicians who later took the name The Nighthawks... [click here...]


Marti Pellow: Love to Love - Volume 2 - Review

CoverLove To Love - Volume Two, like it’s successful predecessor, finds Marti Pellow back at home in front of string-soaked orchestrations and acoustic arrangements - bringing our blue-eyed soul singer to his favourite love songs. And on top of that, he delivers a brand new song, One True Love, written by Pellow and performed as a duet with West End star and singer, Louise Dearman... [click here...]


Richard Woodford: Because of You - review

CoverBecause Of You is the debut album from West End actor/singer Richard Woodford featuring a glorious collection of musical theatre hits that celebrate his 20 year career. Its a great programme - a mix of the traditional and the not-so... [click here...]