AnyThink Update – Hiatus and New Project

Hi readers, Tom from AnyThink News here. As you’ve probably noticed, the AnyThink website has become pretty lifeless recently, and this certainly hasn’t gone unnoticed by us either.

However, due to unforeseeable circumstances, the writing of new content really has declined. A few of our writers have left altogether, and many of us have little time to write because of our ‘real’ lives. This is unfortunate and a little discouraging, so we’re making a point of getting our fingers out and really pushing to get new content for you guys!

On that note, it gives me much pleasure to announce- well, at least nod to- a new project that we’ve just started work on. Working titled ‘Almost Live’, the project is for a locally based, TV style show for the AnyThink website. However, we’re going to need your help. We will need assistance, advice and general input from anyone with interest or experience in all aspects of production. More details coming soon, so please fire us a message if you’re interested, either via email or through Facebook.

So, in conclusion, thank you for sticking around during this unsettled period. Work here at AnyThink should be back on track super soon! And please, if you can help us with Project ‘Almost Live’, please get in touch.

The AnyThink Team

Banshee Season 3: “We All Pay Eventually”

By Kris Scott

Se1004072_408697569239550_632755305_nason 3 of Banshee came to an end on Friday the 13th a date that has become infamous to be a day of unluckiness.

Warning: SPOILERS for the episode follow…

Can the same be said for this episode of Banshee?

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The Guest (2014 Film)

By Kris Scott

The_Guest_Film_Poster‘The Guest’ is a psychological thriller directed by Adam Wingard and written by Simon Barrett. The film stars Dan Stevens, Maika Monroe, Brendan Meyer, and Lance Reddick.

The film follows David Collins (Dan Stevens), who visits the family of a soldier called Caleb, allegedly David is a friend Caleb had when he served but not everyone believes his story.

‘I’m a soldier, man. I like guns’ – David Collins (Dan Stevens)

Read on, if you dare (SPOILERS):

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Blue is the Warmest Colour (2013)

By Kris Scott

11174299_detBlue is the Warmest Colour  is a French coming of age film from director Abdellatif Kechiche. The film stars Léa Seydoux  and Adèle Exarchopoulos it follows Adèle (Exarchopoulos), a French teenager who discovers desire and freedom when a blue-haired art student Emma (Seydoux) enters her life.

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Whiplash (2014 Film)

By Kris Scott

Whiplash 2014 1_zpssmflgevzWhiplash is a dark fight for your dream kind of film from director Damien Chazelle, we meet Andrew a talented drummer and Terence Fletcher a conductor who will drive you and drill you with taunts till you are on the edge of your mental capability.

 

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Black Sails sets its course for Season 2.

By Kris Scott

black-sailsBlack Sails returned and we got to see more Flint and Silver this time trying to survive both Spanish soldiers and their own former crewmen.

This episode was a great opener to the new season beginning with some classic Black Sails action, some pirates taking a vessel and looting the cargo then deciding to massacre the crew leaving no witnesses even though they surrendered peacefully. We learn that this character is Captain Low, one of history’s most feared pirates.

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