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Locked Down the new upcoming Short – Film Review

Posted By BlazingMinds 8 days ago on all - What’s it been Locked Down and living with the world as it went into the Coronavirus Pandemic, how did we cope with the change to the hustle ad bustle of life as we have been used to, in the new upcoming short film, Locked Down we are taken on a journey with two characters via their personal recordings.

Interview with Paul Hyett on creative freedom, the lockdown and future projects.

Posted By BlazingMinds 9 days ago on all - Ahead of the Digital release on Aug 3 of his latest film PERIPHERAL, director Paul Hyett talks about the importance of creative freedom, the lockdown and future projects

Special Feature: The Rise and Rise of Timothee Chalamet

Posted By BlazingMinds 17 days ago on all - Timothée Chalamet is one of Hollywood’s hottest young stars, emerging over the last few years with a string of impressive performances that prove he’s more than just floppy hair and youthful good looks.

Exclusive interview with actor Sam Gittins for the British crime drama ‘Break’

Posted By BlazingMinds 23 days ago on all - In his latest interview on Blazing Minds Philip Rogers got an opportunity to ask actor Sam Gittins a few questions about the upcoming crime drama ‘Break‘. In the interview Sam discusses how he got into acting, working with Rutger Hauer in his final film role and filming at the world snooker championship finals at the Crucible Theatre.

Star Trek: Picard – The Last Best Hope Book Review

Posted By BlazingMinds 67 days ago on all - Star Trek books have always been a bit of a quandary. Unlike the old Star Wars Expanded Universe or even the new Canon novels, the Trek novels have always been treated as non-canonical. On one level this has given authors the freedom to explore the universe freely without worrying about contradicting established lore. On the other, it means that what you read in the books has little bearing on what you see on screen. An adventure in a Trek novel was always its own entity, often fun but equally as often discarded if the TV writers decided to go in a different direction.

Down A New Path – A Musical Metamorphosis from Rapper, Songwriter and Producer, Jay Light

Posted By BlazingMinds 67 days ago on all - It’s A Musical Metamorphosis from Rapper, Songwriter and Producer, Jay Light (formerly known as Music Bear Tony Banks). The Toronto based New Yorker has found fresh musical freedom in the electronic music world. His self-accepted, full-grown bear’s sound infuses melodic, electronic and dance grooves with Hip-Hop flows and R&B stylings, resulting in creating a unique style that weaves its way through a multitude of genres. .

CODE 404 – A ‘Robo’ Cop Buddy Comedy from Sky TV – TV Review

Posted By BlazingMinds 94 days ago on all - The brand new Sky Original series CODE 404 is now on Sky On Demand and NOW TV, I binge-watched all 6 bite-size episodes last night and I have to say it was a scream!

Maserati: A Hundred Years Against All Odds is Heading to DVD and VOD

Posted By BlazingMinds 127 days ago on all - Vision Films presents the stunning documentary made with the participation of the Maserati organization, Maserati: A Hundred Years Against All Odds is Heading to DVD and VOD

‘The Host’ with Derek Jacobi and Dougie Poynter to be Released On Demand

Posted By BlazingMinds 141 days ago on all - Pearl Pictures Productions is delighted to announce the release of its debut feature film, THE HOST, will be released on demand from 17th April on iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, Apple TV and all major VoD platforms.

The Coronavirus takes its Toll on Cinema Releases and Live Events

Posted By BlazingMinds 146 days ago on all - It was sadly inevitable that the Coronavirus would take its toll on the entertainment industry and not only have many events been cancelled after the announcement from PM Boris Johnson about events and people coming together but ow the innocents are coming along from the theatres and cinemas.