Monthly Archives: May 2018

Ryanair flights: Hand luggage costs increase AGAIN for passengers

Ryanair has been accused of increasing hand luggage fares again, just months after first introducing them, by consumer site Which?. The budget airline announced in January hand luggage was only permitted for passengers who purchased priority boarding for a flat-rate fee of £5. Passengers who pay the priority fee are allowed two pieces of hand luggage and to board the ...

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Long haul holidays are HALF the cost of short haul trips – saving thousands of pounds

Long haul holidays could beat short haul trips abroad in price when travelling this year. Holiday price comparison website TravelSupermarket has found savings of nearly £3,000 could be found when choosing a destination further afield. Families choosing Thailand over Santorini, in Greece, could make huge savings if travelling as a family of four for a fortnight. The study found families ...

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'All Summers End' wastes strong cast with bad choices

Conrad’s sensitive but no innocent, however – he bears the terrible secret of having been party to the reckless shenanigans, instigated by his mean-spirited friends, that led to Eric’s death. With the languid air of suburban malaise and North Carolina greenery as an evocative backdrop, Wilamowski’s sensitive yet predictable rollout of ill-fated love under a cloud of sadness and one-way ...

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Recent Metal Releases Show a Segmented Scene, But Its Core Power Remains the Same

Sleep, The Sciences | ★★★★At the Gates, To Drink From the Night Itself | ★★★ 1/2Burn the Priest, Legion: XX | ★★★Five Finger Death Punch | And Justice for None ★★ In the late Seventies, heavy metal transcended musical genres and became a culture. Metalheads grew their hair as long as they wanted, wore denim battle jackets and studded black leather and ...

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Hugo Weaving to Star in VR Feature Film ‘Lone Wolf’

Hugo Weaving, who previously starred in technology trend-setting film “The Matrix,” will head the cast of full-length virtual reality feature “Lone Wolf.” He is joined by “Hotel Mumbai” actress Tilda Cobham-Hervey. The Australian film is to be directed by Jonathan Ogilvie (“The Tender Hook,” “Jet Set,” “Emulsion”) as a modern-day adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s… Variety

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