18th Jun2018

‘History of the World’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

Some board game designs prove to be just right first time, whilst others apparently fail so hard (either critically, or in terms of pure revenue) that the risk of re-implementing them just isn’t worthwhile. Others, however, are remade and revamped time and time again – either with completely new themes or mechanics by different designers, […]

18th Jun2018

‘Hereditary’ Review #2

by Rupert Harvey

Stars: Toni Collette, Milly Shapiro, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff, Christy Summerhays, Morgan Lund, Mallory Bechtel, Jake Brown, Jarrod Phillips, Ann Dowd, Brock McKinney | Written and Directed by Ari Aster Some critics might turn their nose up at the idea that 30-year-old Ari Aster’s debut film should be mentioned in the same breath as the […]

18th Jun2018

‘The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Britt Roberts

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of FMV games, Wales Interactive have released some thoroughly enjoyable games recently with The Bunker and Late Shift and I also played the mystery game Contradiction which although flawed was an enjoyable experience. With The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker, despite its plus points, I found myself wearying […]

15th Jun2018

‘Hereditary’ Review

by Alain Elliott

Stars: Toni Collette, Milly Shapiro, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff, Christy Summerhays, Morgan Lund, Mallory Bechtel, Jake Brown, Jarrod Phillips, Ann Dowd, Brock McKinney | Written and Directed by Ari Aster Opening just one week ago in America (and creating a lot of buzz before this at its Sundance midnight showing), Hereditary has been talked about […]

15th Jun2018

‘The Sleeper’ Blu-ray Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Brittany Belland, Tiffany Arnold, Riana Ballo, Jason Jay Crabtree, Jessica Cameron, John Bloom, Ali Ferda, Luke Frost, Paul Moon | Written and Directed by Justin Russell As a collector of VHS, The Sleeper was one of those films that has been on my radar for quite some time. The film was released in a […]

15th Jun2018

MegaCon Orlando 2018 – Convention Report

by Kat Wheat

MegaCon Orlando is a yearly event that takes place in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Centre, catering to all kinds of fans. Love horror… this convention is for you, love Doctor who… this convention is for you, love animé… this convention is for you, love Marvel, love DC. This convention is for you! […]

15th Jun2018

‘Ocean’s 8′ Review

by Matthew Turner

Stars: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna, Richard Armitage, James Corden | Written by Gary Ross, Olivia Milch | Directed by Gary Ross “Don’t do it for me. Don’t do it for you. Somewhere out there is an eight year old girl, lying in bed, dreaming […]

15th Jun2018

‘Operation Hardcore’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Britt Roberts

Operation Hardcore is a chunky run-n-gun game from new developer Cosmocat which is an enjoyable and brief budget title available now from the Nintendo eShop. Originally released on Steam back in 2016, the story behind Operation Hardcore is that an alien menace has begun an assault on the world and naturally, four burly men take a […]

14th Jun2018

‘Legion 2×11′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

So here we are at the finale of season 2 of Legion, and the big confrontation between David (Dan Stevens) and Amahl Farouk (Navid Negahban) finally takes place. As we’ve come to expect from Legion though, nothing goes as expected in this show. The confrontation between Farouk and David takes place, but it is the […]

14th Jun2018

‘Die For Valhalla!’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Britt Roberts

Die For Valhalla! Is a 2.5D side-scrolling brawler that’s available on PC and all modern consoles (I played the Switch version for this review). The developer, Monster Couch, has managed to make a game that works both in single and multiplayer modes (up to four players locally) which is an achievement in a genre that […]

14th Jun2018

‘Pokémon: Forbidden Light’ TCG Expansion Review

by Kat Wheat

The sixth main expansion of cards from the Sun & Moon Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game released on 4th May, the set continues to feature Kalos region Pokemon and Ultra Necrozma. This expansion has Over 130 Cards! (146 including the secret rares!), 5 new Prism Star cards, 8 Pokémon-GX, 6 Ultra Beasts, 18 […]

14th Jun2018

‘My Hero Academia Season 2 – Part 2′ DVD Review

by Xenia Grounds

There was a lot to love about the first half of season 2 of My Hero Academia. It was fun, had great character development and continued to balance great action, comedy and heart that has been seen since My Hero Academia started. I also mentioned in my last review that there was more story set […]

14th Jun2018

‘The Climbers’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

At first glance, you would be forgiven for thinking that The Climbers was just an alternative, multicolored version of Jenga, but in actual fact it’s an abstract strategy game about climbing a mountain by any means possible – including by moving unoccupied blocks, adding miniature ladders and even blocking opponents progress either with specific tokens […]

14th Jun2018

Game On! Review: The Hare & the Tortoise (Iello Games)

by Jason Brigger

A little about our family… My wife and I love playing board games, card games and any tabletop game that we can get our hands on in our home. Recently we have been teaching and including my almost 8-year-old son and my 4-year-old daughter in our latest game nights with much success. With so many […]

14th Jun2018

‘Ring of Honor’ Wrestling Review (June 10th 2018)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome back for this week’s Ring of Honor television review. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a tag team main event with the Briscoes and a major announcement from Jay Lethal that should yield exciting results for ROH’s next PPV. With the introductions out of the way, we can get to the action! Match #1: […]

13th Jun2018

‘Darkest Night’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

In this, the second edition of Darkest Night from Jeremy Lennert and Victory Point Games, one to four players will play cooperatively to tackle the growing darkness of an evil necromancer. To do so, they’ll form a crew of heroes from a selection of around thirty, each and every one of which is highly individual. […]

13th Jun2018

‘Moving Parts’ Review

by Philip Rogers

Stars: Kris Reilly, T.J. Storm, Harley Wallen, Calhoun Koenig, Kaiti Wallen, Dennis Marin, Brian Heintz, Jessika Johnson, Jennifer Jelsema, Michael Alexander | Written by Harley Wallen | Directed by Jerry Hayes, Harley Wallen Moving Parts is about two very different couples who are drawn into organized crime, but it is soon clear that everyone and […]

13th Jun2018

‘Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Britt Roberts

I remember when the first Shaq Fu game came out in 1994, I borrowed it from a friend, popped it into my trusty Mega Drive and sparked it up, played it for a while and then, as the Egyptian’s say, ‘turned it off’. It was a cumbersome, middling fighting game on a console that couldn’t […]

12th Jun2018

Megacon Orlando 2018 – Image Gallery

by Phil Wheat

Megacon, the Southeast’s largest fan convention with shows in both Orlando and Tampa Bay, returned to the Orange County Convention Center on Thursday May 24th through Sunday May 27th 2018. This year, Megacon Orlando welcomed more than 100,000 fans throughout the Memorial Day weekend with a long roster of celebrity guests, endless programming and much […]

12th Jun2018

‘She Rises’ Review

by Alain Elliott

Stars: Michael Biehn, Angus Macfadyen, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Daisy McCrackin, Lorraine Ziff, Nick W. Nicholson, Larry Wade Carrell, Hallie Jordan | Written by Angus Macfadyen, Lony Ruhmann | Directed by Larry Wade Carrell Being a huge fan of the horror genre means that I have watched many strange movies. From a killer car tyre to a […]

12th Jun2018

‘Ninja III: The Domination’ Collector’s Edition Review (Scream Factory)

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Lucinda Dickey, Sho Kosugi, Jordan Bennett, David Chung, Dale Ishimoto, James Hong | Written by James R. Silke | Directed by Sam Firstenberg After the body of a sexy bouffant-haired telephone maintenance engineer – who is also an aerobics instructor on the side – is possessed by the spirit of an evil ninja, she […]

12th Jun2018

Panel Discussion #52: Top 50 Comics of April 2018 (Part 2)

by Dan Clark

Welcome back to another installment of Panel Discussion – this time featuring a rundown of my picks of the Top 50 comics released in April 2018. This is part two, a countdown of books 25 – 1… But first the caveats: First and foremost this is simply my list and with that comes a great […]

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