Popcorn

Does Anyone Just Do One Job Anymore?

Matt Lacey | Posted 17.03.2014 | UK
Matt Lacey

Alongside sporadic comedy and acting jobs, I make my living running a business that supplies lasers to the construction industry. This leads to a weird double life, where I juggle a disparate and unconnected set of tasks...

The New, New, New, Superman Arrives - But Does the Whore That Is Cinema Still Love Me?

Alfie Evers | Posted 13.08.2013 | UK Comedy
Alfie Evers

I like paying extortionate amounts for an uncomfortable seat, no pause button, no tea-making facilities, surrounded by idiots grazing on plastic cheese and crisps as you watch a crap film. It's what many of us regard as a 'luxury'. Nothing wrong with treating yourself to a bit of luxury.

Five Fun Diet and Fitness Alternatives

Realbuzz.com | Posted 08.07.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Realbuzz.com

Fed up of fitness classes? Sick of salads? Healthy living doesn't have to be hard work! While we don't advise you cut out exercise and healthy eating entirely, for those moments when you just don't feel like being healthy, try these fun alternatives instead.

How To Make: Chilli Popcorn Chocolate Cookies

Kate McAuley | Posted 03.07.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Kate McAuley

Popcorn, chilli and chocolate don't seem to be the likeliest of bedfellows, but somehow it works when they're all wrapped up into a delicious cookie. Here's how you can try it out for yourself.

Could Butter Trigger Alzheimer’s?

The Huffington Post UK | Kyrsty Hazell | Posted 03.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle

A buttery food flavouring ingredient found in microwave popcorn could intensify the damaging effects of abnormal brain proteins linked to Alzheimer’...

Is Popcorn Healthier Than Your Five-A-Day?

The Huffington Post UK | Georgia James | Posted 26.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Served by the bucket-load, dripping in butter, popcorn was once seen as little more than junk food for peckish cinemagoers. But lately the snack h...

Films May Have An Unhappy Ending

Nick Abbot | Posted 04.10.2011 | UK Comedy
Nick Abbot

Going to the cinema is very dangerous. I mean that in a physical sense and not just that it rots your brain, turns your frontal lobes to feta cheese and causes your mind to degrade to the sort of thing that you pick out of the patterns in the soles of your trainers with a small stick