03rd May2014

‘Ice Soldiers’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Dominic Purcell, Michael Ironside, Adam Beach, Gabriel Hogan, Benz Antoine, Camille Sullivan | Written by Jonathan Tydor | Directed by Sturla Gunnarsson It’s safe to say I had some rather high (or low depending on your movie-cheese tolerance) expectations for Ice Soldiers. After all, the film comes from the pen of Jonathan Tydor, who […]

02nd May2014

Hands-on with Google Glass at Virgin Media HQ

by Joe Cronin

We were kindly invited by the team at Virgin Media to try out Google Glass this week. This was our first time experiencing the much lauded Google wearable first-hand and we were dying to see if the odd looking device could live up to the hype. First impressions were good. Google Glass is very light […]

01st May2014

‘MXGP’ Review (PS3)

by Paul Metcalf

When it comes to motor bike racing I tend to think of Superbikes and Motor GP, I’ve even played some of the games, though not for many years.  When loading up MXGP and making my way through the menu system to get to an actual race I knew that the races would be muddy and […]

01st May2014

‘Louie: 4×01 & 4×02′ Advance Review

by Nathan Smith

I’ve always liked Louie, because as funny as it can be at times, the show has a darker tinge to it that makes it more of a drama at times than anything else. That appeals to me in a nutshell. To me, there’s always something compelling about the darker side of comedy and I find […]

30th Apr2014

‘Interesting Tymes’ Comic Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Dave McCluskey | Art & Lettering by Andrew Morrice | Published by Evil Moose Comics | Format: Paperback, 44pp The comic Interesting Tymes begins with the reader in the care of Edward D’ammage, a delightfully pale fellow who is hosting the evening with six short stories of terror, excitement, adventure and horror. Starting with a […]

30th Apr2014

‘Blue Ruin’ Review

by Dan Clark

Stars: Macon Blair, Devin Ratray, Amy Hargreaves, Kevin Kolack, Eve Plumb, David W. Thompson, Brent Werzner, Stacy Rock, Sidné Anderson | Written and Directed by Jeremy Saulnier Jeremy Saulnier may be in the early days of his directing career, but his second directorial effort Blue Ruin shows he has an old cinematic soul.  It tells the […]

30th Apr2014

‘WWE: WCW’s Greatest PPV Matches Vol. 1′ Blu-ray Review

by Chris Cummings

Since WWE purchased WCW and the vast video library that came along with it, there have been numerous releases devoted to WCW related content, from the Goldberg set, to the Best of Nitro stuff, down to the NWO release, but this is the first time WWE has taken a look at the best matches from […]

30th Apr2014

‘Sisters’ Blu-ray Review (Arrow Video)

by Paul Metcalf

Stars: Jennifer Salt, Margot Kidder, William Finley, Charles Durning, Lisle Wilson, Barnard Hughes, Mary Davenport, Dolph Sweet | Written by Brian De Palma, Louisa Rose | Directed by Brian De Palma Fans of Alfred Hitchcock movies will watch Brian De Palma’s Sisters and at the beginning notice that the music sounds a little like that out of […]

30th Apr2014

‘Sin’ (aka Bloody Bloody Bible Camp) DVD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Ivet Corvea, Jessica Sonneborn, Christopher Raff, Matthew Aidan, Ron Jeremy, Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan | Written by Vito Trabuco, Shelby McIntyre | Directed by Vito Trabucco [NB: With the film finally set for a UK DVD release under the title of Sin, some 2 years after its US debut, here's my (old) review of […]

29th Apr2014

‘Brick Mansions’ Review

by Dan Clark

Stars: Paul Walker, David Belle, RZA, Gouchy Boy, Catalina Denis, Ayisha Issa, Carlo Rota, Andreas Apergis, Richard Zeman, Robert Maillet, Bruce Ramsay | Written by Luc Besson, Bibi Naceri | Directed by Camille Delamarre Hollywood remaking a foreign film is far from a new phenomenon, and adaption in this manner has yielded some truly great films. […]

28th Apr2014

‘Gallowwalkers’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Wesley Snipes, Kevin Howarth, Riley Smith, Tanit Phoenix, Simona Roman, Steven Elder, Patrick Bergin, Hector Hank, Jonathan García, Alyssa Pridham, Diamond Dallas Page, Alex Avant, Jenny Gago | Written by Andrew Goth, Joanne Reay | Directed by Andrew Goth Aman (Snipes) is on a mission of vengeance to kill the men who abused the […]

28th Apr2014

‘Child of God’ DVD Review

by Richard Axtell

Stars: Scott Haze, James Franco, Tim Blake Nelson, Jim Parrack, Fallon Goodson, Vince Jolivette, Jeremy Ambler, Nina Ljeti, Brian Lally, Ciera Parrack, Boyd Smith, Wade Williams  | Written by James Franco, Vince Jolivette | Directed by James Franco Do not mistake Child of God for being a film on a religious topic. It follows Lester […]

28th Apr2014

‘Transcendence’ Review

by Ian Loring

Stars: Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Morgan Freeman, Paul Bettany, Cillian Murphy, Kate Mara, Cole Hauser | Written by Jack Paglen | Directed by Wally Pfister Surely one of the more anticipated American films of the year for a lot of cineastes, Transcendence is the directorial debut of the wonderfully named Wally Pfister, a man who […]

27th Apr2014

‘Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings’ DVD Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Ami Dolenz, Andrew Robinson, Soleil Moon Frye, J. Trevor Edmond, Hill Harper, Alexander Polinsky, Mark McCracken, Steve Kanaly, Gloria Hendry | Written by Constantine & Ivan Chachornia | Directed by Jeff Burr Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings was originally released in the UK at a time when I was heavily getting into horror yet was, […]

27th Apr2014

‘The Last Tinker: City of Colors’ [P]review (PC/Mac)

by Phil Wheat

In a world where creativity has given way to conflict, a young street kid living in the slums of Colortown seeks to restore the spark of imagination to his hometown. As Koru, you must harness the power of color to defeat the Bleakness and make Colortown vibrant once again. A charming blend of modern platforming […]

26th Apr2014

‘LEGO Marvel Superheroes: Doc Ock Truck Heist’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Check out our review of the brand new LEGO Marvel Superheroes Doc Ock Truck Heist set (Set No. 76015) which is available from Lego.com/shop now. Doctor Octopus needs money, diamonds and gold to finance his evil plans… so he decides to make a cash withdrawal, bad guy style! Use his adjustable arms to rip the […]

26th Apr2014

QDOS Q•BPOZ Bluetooth Speaker Review

by Phil Wheat

Light and compact the Q•BOPZ Bluetooth Speaker is perfect for both travel and home use, streaming music from any Bluetooth device and delivering impressive sound for up to seven hours. Small enough to fit in the palm of a hand, the speaker is wrapped in a satin silicone skin, which is splash resistant and forms […]

26th Apr2014

‘be.ez LE Littoral Folio Case’ Review (iPad Air)

by Phil Wheat

be.ez, a French brand that designs and manufactures sleek and stylish protective cases for laptops, Macbooks (I still use one of the memory foam Macbook Pro cases they sent us for review – it’s that good) and iPads have introduced the LE Littoral range of cases, base and sleeves for the iPad Air, iPad Mini […]

26th Apr2014

‘WWE: The Best of RAW – After the Show’ Blu-ray Review

by Chris Cummings

For over twenty years and for 52 weeks a year, WWE has presented “Monday Night Raw”, their flagship television product and the show that, much of the time, has defined WWE’s content. Beginning at one hour, moving to two and now clocking in each week at three hours long, RAW remains a popular focus for […]

25th Apr2014

‘The Railway Man’ DVD Review

by Dan Clark

Stars: Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, Stellan Skarsgård, Jeremy Irvine, Hiroyuki Sanada | Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce, Andy Paterson | Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky At first glance The Railway Man appears to be the latest addition to the genre of stale British golden age love stories–a tale of an introverted man, with an odd fascination of […]

24th Apr2014

‘Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell’ Blu-ray Review

by Paul Metcalf

Stars: Peter Cushing, Shane Briant, Madeline Smith, David Prowse, John Stratton, Michael Ward, Elsie Wagstaff, Patrick Troughton, Philip Voss, Bernard Lee | Written by Anthony Hinds | Directed by Terence Fisher I often pride myself on the fact that I grew up on Hammer films and many of my favourite moments have come from actors […]

24th Apr2014

‘Generation Iron’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Features: Mickey Rourke, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jai White, Lou Ferrigno, Busta Rhymes, Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Dennis Wolf, Jay Cutler, Ronnie Coleman, Roelly Winklaar, Bob Cicherillo, Branch Warren, Ben Pakulski | Written and Directed by Vlad Tudin Generation Iron, a semi-sequel to the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger documentary Pumping Iron (the film is exec produced by Jerome […]

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