Stuck for ideas of what to watch next? Browse our selection of genres and decades to find hidden movie gems or rediscover old time classics.
From thrilling page turners to beautiful novels, we present you books and authors similar to the ones you love. Enjoy our recommendations – from bookworms for bookworms.
If you share our passion for music, have a browse through our list of genres and discover unmissable artists and songs from the past 50 years. You’ll find a bit of old, a bit of new and a bit of something you probably have never heard of before.
Whatever type of game you’re looking for, you’ll surely find one that tickles your fancy here. Choose your next favourite from one of our wonderful articles and get playing!
Let me give you the quick overview of this past itcher week.
Same old, same old… bug fixing :)
First of all, a special thanks to our amazing publishers Noli and Rony, who managed to publish 51 articles even though this week only had 4 work days because of the Bank Holiday on Monday.
We’re starting to look for writers for a hub of articles about books for children (unknown ones, of course, because most of us already know about Pipi Longstocking and Matilda). More details next week.
Our Favourite itcher Mag Articles of the Week:
– ‘9 Games like Clash of Clans: For All Your Strategic Needs’ by Zoey Hughes
This articles provides new pastures for the ‘Clash of Clans’ devoted fanbase.
– ‘Best Swedish Female Crime Fiction Authors: The Swedish Wear the Bloody Crown!’ by Efi Manioti
Very dark, engaging reads with a Swedish signature.
– ‘Great Canadian Female Jazz Singers – Northern Stars’ by Sunday Simmons
We love these insights on jazz with female voice and Canadian accent.
– ‘Great Spoof Movies like Austin Powers – Shagadelic Cinema’ by Jonny Sweet
Here are some movies to just feel ‘baby, randy, baby, yeah’ – absolutely perfect entertainment.
Every week we pick the hero shot we liked best and tell you why. This one is from the article ‘Games like Mafia 2: Giving You Suggestions You Can’t Refuse’ by Mason Hoberg:
“Scenery, weather, props… every detail builds towards the completed whole: the amazing atmosphere that you can expect playing the game.
Listen to Paola’s latest podcast with the founders of the London film club ‘Bright Young Things’, Bridget and Fatima, and get some genre-defying movie recommendations.
Have I mentioned our Instagram account yet? Check it out @itcher.offical – quotes, fun facts and great pics all around!
Have a good weekend, you’ll hear from me again next week :)