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Medical specialties with the biggest payoffs

Medicine isn’t very different from any other profession from certain points of view, such as the fact that people are more attracted to the branches of the trade that are the most promising. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to study and learn things that hold the most promise for the future, let alone build a...

Retrospective On Classical Movie Masterpieces

As usual, the movie industry has continued to deliver. Just like last year, we’ve already witnessed some amazing blockbuster releases in 2017. Everything from Get Out to King Arthur. In the same manner, there are some good classical movie masterpieces we can never get tired of viewing. Though, most of them are now in the...

How will the next James Bond be updated for the modern world?

His name sends shivers down our spine and excitement through our veins – James Bond. Watching his epic fights and tension-building scenes are just a couple of the reasons the James Bond series is such an enthralling film franchise. With his cool demeanour and calm outlook when in crisis, James Bond is the perfect agent....

Considering The Risk Factor Involved While Deciding On Sports Betting

Betting is a serious business. After all, all your hard earned money is involved in it. You simply cannot place bet on random teams, while actually researching about them. You also need to give thought about the various risks involved here too. Choose a Sport to Bet On If this is your first time in...

Emojis Have Muscled Their Way Into The Game Show World

It seems like emojis have already worked their way into every industry out there. Surely, we’re running out of ways to incorporate emojis into our daily lives? Nope. We haven’t. 😀 😉 😭 💩 ➡️  🎲  📺  🎉 Yep, you read that right. Emojis are coming to our TV sets in a new game show called Emogenius. Hunter March, who...

10 interesting pieces of trivia regarding Gladiator the movie

Gladiator is one of the most epic action films of recent times, and you probably know lots of trivia surrounding the movie; things like: there were lots of arguments, walk-outs and actors “squaring-up” to each other during the shooting. You’re also probably aware that whereas Commodus and Lucilla are real characters from history, Maximus is...

Red Dwarf: revisiting the second series

Before its twelfth series lands on Dave in October, I’m rewatching all of Red Dwarf from the beginning. This week it’s time to tackle rebellious androids, virtual reality and false memories in Red Dwarf II. I mentioned in my look at the maiden run that the first series of Red Dwarf has a pervading sense...

Doctor Who Subterranea review

After last month’s ghostly goings on at Malkin Place, the fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) and Romana (Lalla Ward) are back in space on a new planet, and in Jonathan Morris’s Subterranea, they are actually inside the planet’s crust. Packed with imagination, Jonathan Morris paints a world where the human inhabitants live inside so-called Drill-towns, desperate...

Blake’s 7: Spoils of War review

After being unavoidably delayed, Blake’s 7 is back in a new set of full-cast stories set in the timeline of season 3 of the original TV show. It’s a new production team with John Ainsworth taking over production, script editing and directing duties and a recasting for the character of Dayna Mellanby, now played by...

Three new “special” episodes of League of Gentlemen announced

BBC Two’s controller, Patrick Holland, has this morning been speaking at the Edinburgh TV festival. Among many exciting plans for the station he confirmed that, yes, The League of Gentlemen will be back. It was hardly a secret, but the announcement makes things officially official. There were no real details given, other than an episode...