22nd Apr2014

WWE RAW: Results & Review (21.4.14)

by Chris Cummings

We are on our way to Extreme Rules, the annual WWE show where feuds are heated up, often with anything goes stipulations added to the matches. The post-WrestleMania content that WWE produces is important and sets the tone for the rest of the year before the “Road to WrestleMania” begins again. We are live from […]

22nd Apr2014

‘The Selfish Giant’ – Chris’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Conner Chapman, Shaun Thomas, Sean Gilder, Ralph Ineson, Ian Burfield, Lorraine Ashbourne, Elliott Tittensor, Siobhan Finneran | Written and Directed by Clio Barnard This film was first brought to my attention when I saw some guerrilla marketing in and around Bradford, England, the place in which The Selfish Giant was set and filmed. I’m […]

21st Apr2014

Second Annual First Time Fest

by Catherina Gioino

The second installment of the First Time Fest, the Second Time Around, took place in New York City from April 3rd to April 7th where ten first time filmmakers were able to showcase their films and possibly be in competition to receive distribution of their films by Cinema Libre Studios. Since its debut in March […]

21st Apr2014

‘Phantom of the Opera’ Blu-ray Review (1989)

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Robert Englund, Jill Schoelen, Bill Nighy, Alex Hyde-White, Stephanie Lawrence, Terence Harvey, Nathan Lewis, Peter Clapham, Molly Shannon, Emma Rawson, Mark Ryan, Terence Beesley | Written by Duke Sandefur | Directed by Dwight H. Little Christine Day (Schoelen) is a young Broadway singer in New York City. She is auditioning for a show and […]

20th Apr2014

‘Dom Hemingway’ Review

by Dan Clark

Stars: Jude Law, Richard E. Grant, Demian Bichir, Luca Franzoni, Nick Raggett, Simeon Moore, Glenn Hirst | Written and Directed by Richard Shepard For a long time Jude Law was a character actor stuck in stale leading man roles. Recently he has loosened those restraints with work in recent films like Contagion. In his latest film […]

20th Apr2014

‘Goat Simulator’ Review (PC)

by Paul Metcalf

What can you say about a game that was released on April 1st? Simple really, it was designed to be a joke.  Goat Simulator has something of a cult following now, it was made for fun and released as is including bugs and gamers are pretty much told to just go for it. The game […]

20th Apr2014

‘Joe’ Review

by Dan Clark

Stars: Nicolas Cage, Tye Sheridan, Gary Poulter, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Adriene Mishler, Brian Mays, Aj Wilson McPhaul, Sue Rock, Heather Kafka, Brenda Isaacs Booth, Anna Niemtschk, Elbert Hill III | Written by Gary Hawkins | Directed by David Gordon Green The pairing of director David Gordon Green and actor Nicholas Cage is an intriguing one. […]

20th Apr2014

‘In the Blood’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Gina Carano, Cam Gigandet, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Luis Guzman, Amaury Nolasco, Danny Trejo | Written by James Robert Johnston, Bennett Yellin | Directed by John Stockwell Former MMA star Gina Carano, who rose to fame following her starring role in Steven Soderbergh’s 2011 action-thriller film Haywire – although she had previously appeared in low-budget actioner […]

20th Apr2014

‘The Last Keepers’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Zosia Mamet, Sam Underwood, Aidan Quinn, Virginia Madsen, Olympia Dukakis, Nat Wolff, Joshua Bowman, Jee Young Han | Written by Peter Hutchings, Christina Mengert | Directed by Maggie Greenwald Rhea Carver (Mamet) is different. She makes art and clothes from rubbish she picks up from the ground, her family are reclusive artists and this […]

19th Apr2014

‘Dolls’ Blu-ray Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Ian Patrick Williams, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon, Carrie Lorraine, Guy Rolfe, Hilary Mason, Bunty Bailey, Cassie Stuart, Stephen Lee | Written by Ed Naha | Directed by Stuart Gordon The second collaboration between Stuart Gordon, Brian Yuzna and Charles Band, Dolls was originally lensed as a “stop-gap” feature between Gordon’s debut feature Re-Animator and its follow-up, […]

19th Apr2014

‘Under the Skin’ Review (2nd Opinion)

by Dan Clark

Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Paul Brannigan, Jessica Mance, Joe Szula, Lynsey Taylor Mackay | Written by Walter Campbell | Directed by Jonathan Glazer When Jonathan Glazer last directed almost ten years ago he polarized audiences with his controversial film Birth. His latest effort will no doubt have a similar effect. Under the Skin is a Kubrikian-esque Science Fiction […]

19th Apr2014

‘Life Goes On’ Review (PC)

by Paul Metcalf

If you have played games at all you know that death is always there.  The platform game puts those little traps, whether it be a jump too far, the monster ready to pounce or even a spiked pit just to take away those precious lives.  Life Goes On though is one of those different games […]

18th Apr2014

‘Dark Souls 2′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

If there is one thing I hate in a game its dying and losing progress that I have made.  What normally happens if this occurs is that I turn the game off and probably swear a lot, this is what many people would call a “Rage Quit”.  Why do I bring this up? Well the […]

17th Apr2014

Remembering: The Ultimate Warrior

by Chris Cummings

When I began watching professional wrestling in 1992, The Ultimate Warrior had just returned for his second run with the WWF after returning at WrestleMania 8 looking slimmer and different than he did a year earlier. It was here that I got my first glimpse of Jim Hellwig, the man who was known to millions […]

17th Apr2014

‘Made In America’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Features: Jay-Z, Kanye West, Gary Clark Jr, Pearl Jam, Run DMC, Rita Ora, Santigold | Directed by Ron Howard **REVIEW EMBARGOED TILL MAY 6th** Come back then to read it…

17th Apr2014

WWE RAW: Results & Review (14.4.14)

by Chris Cummings

A week ago we saw the post-WrestleMania RAW which featured plenty of memorable moments and set the wheels in motion for a new era of WWE to begin, so this week was one that I was excited to see. Sadly, since his appearance on last weeks’ episode of RAW, The Ultimate Warrior passed away due […]

16th Apr2014

‘The Raid 2: Berandal’ Review

by Dan Clark

Stars: Iko Uwais, Yayan Ruhian, Arifin Putra, Julie Estelle, Donny Alamsyah, Oka Antara, Alex Abbad, Tio Pakusodewo | Written and Directed by Gareth Evans In 2012 Gareth Evans burst onto the scene with The Raid: Redemption. He took a simple concept and filled it with some of the most engaging and inventive action seen in years. Now […]

15th Apr2014

‘The Last House’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Lindsey Haun, Blake Berris, RJ Mitte, Diane Dalton, Randy Schulman | Written and Directed by Michael Bartlett A mind bending supernatural thriller, The Last House follows Kelly (Lindsey Haun) as she is house-sits for an estranged couple who are taking a trip to Italy to escape their troubles and start afresh. But all is […]

15th Apr2014

Quest TV 2014 Preview – Event Report

by Joe Cronin

We went to a special event this week, showcasing the best of TV channel, Quest. The fledging channel launched in 2009 and since then has experienced phenomenal growth and is due to be rebranded in the coming weeks. Billed as the place where fact is bigger than fiction, Quest has a raft of exciting new […]

14th Apr2014

‘Spelunky’ Review (PC)

by Paul Metcalf

Did you ever play a game called Rick Dangerous? The fact I’m asking that probably ages me slightly.  It was a platform games based on Indiana Jones and the controls were horrible.  What Rick Dangerous had though was charm that kept on calling you back, and this is why Spelunky, a very similar character keeps on calling me […]

14th Apr2014

‘Leverage: Complete Season 5′ DVD Review

by Paul Metcalf

Stars: Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman, Aldis Hodge, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf | Created by Chris Downey, John Rogers When a show reaches its final season there is an inevitability that things could end badly, though if you really like the characters you hope now.  With Leverage: Complete Season 5 you would hope that the shows […]

13th Apr2014

‘Inspector DeLuca: The Series’ DVD Review

by Paul Metcalf

Television movies based on the time of the world wars always create interest, but in countries like the UK we normally focus on the side we relate to the most, the allies.  Inspector De Luca is an Italian series that gained interest through the popularity of European detective shows, but where most go for the […]

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