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Steve Palace

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Steve is a journalist and comedian who enjoys American movies of the 70s, Amicus horror compendiums, Doctor Who, Twin Peaks, Naomi Watts and sitting down. His short fiction has been published as part of the Iris Wildthyme range from Obverse Books.

Interview with ‘Jason Bourne’ writer/ producer Christopher Rouse

As Matt Damon brings the high octane adventures of Jason Bourne into your home this week, now is a good time to interview the...

‘Jason Bourne’ DVD Review

Jason Bourne DVD review: Matt Damon returns to the title role as Paul Greengrass plonks himself back in the director's chair for one more...

The Commitments at 25: Robert Arkins, Ken McCluskey & Dave Finnegan...

  Extraordinary as it may seem The Commitments has reached its quarter century. This unlikely smash hit followed the fortunes of a group of young...

The Commitments 25th Anniversary special edition review

Time for people of a certain age to start feeling old. It's been a quarter of a century since director Alan Parker introduced us...

Benicio del Toro vs Predator?

It's coming up to 30 years since the iconic Predator locked horns with a young Arnold Schwarzenegger. While the Austrian Oak's fortunes have varied...

Newcomer Nichols to experience ‘Alien Nation’

With Eighties-inspired sci-fi Midnight Special and civil rights drama Loving under his belt, is there a better choice to direct the reboot of Alien...

Batman: The Killing Joke DVD Review “A reasonable stab at adapting...

Director: Sam Liu Starring the voice talents of: Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, Tara Strong, Ray Wise, Maury Sterling Cert: 15 Extras: Sneak Peeks at DC Animated Movies DC's...

Sometimes they come back: Heroes who refuse to quit

For a while it looked like Matt Damon had left the action-packed life of rogue operative par excellence Jason Bourne far behind. Jeremy Renner...

‘Dad’s Army’: Interview with Peter Blackburn, a veteran of the Home...

Brit comedy Dad's Army is out to own today, based on the classic BBC sitcom. While the source material is seen as cosy and...

Dad’s Army DVD Review: “Quality cast, misfire of a film”

Director: Oliver Parker Starring: Toby Jones, Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Tom Courtenay, Michael Gambon, Blake Harrison, Daniel Mays, Bill Paterson There were doubts over whether the...