This week’s MouthLondon Media hub has been the most diverse yet; from thrash metal comebacks to looking forward to great events and looking back at classic films, there’s been something for everyone.

They certainly don’t make them like they used to as Yinka Olumomi proved with her review of the gangster film Donnie Brasco. Starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp, it was great to be reminded of how good Pacino used to be and how diverse Depp still is.

…how will the list conclude next week?

Our Top 5 Tuesday this week brought us the start of the most thrilling and edge of your seat elevator scenes in film. With classics such as The Departed and True Romance and more recent additions such as The Secret in Their Eyes, how will the list conclude next week?

We also featured a review of new horror film Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark and the general consensus seems to be of disappointment. Reviewer Luke Testro certainly felt it was a poor effort by Del Toro and co. but hopefully our two reviews next week will show films with a bit more promise. We’ve got a review of Snowtown as well as Dream House where Daniel Craig gets all messed up in this generic ghost story with twists aplenty.

…pre-event news and gossip for you to get excited about.

All this and more at MouthLondon Media. See you next week.

 

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