28th Apr2016

‘Sharknado: The Collection’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Combining Sharknado, Sharknado 2: The Second One, and Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!  – Sharknado: The Collection is a 3-disc boxset filled with shark-infested splatter-fest action! With the set due for release on May 2nd, here’s our review of all three Sharknado movies… SHARKNADO Stars: Ian Ziering, Jaason Simmons, Tara Reid, Cassie Scerbo, John Heard, Alex Arleo, […]

28th Apr2016

‘The Phoenix Incident’ Review

by John Squires

Stars: Michael Adamthwaite, Troy Baker, James L. Brewster, James C. Burns, Holgie Forrester, Karl Girolamo, Matthew Grant Godbey, William Goldman, Yuri Lowenthal, Elise Muller, Liam O’Brien | Written and Directed by Keith Arem Strange and otherwise terrifying things tend to happen on Friday the 13th, at least according to superstition and a certain horror franchise featuring a […]

27th Apr2016

’13 Cameras’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: PJ McCabe, Sean Carrigan, Sarah Baldwin, Brianne Moncrief, Neville Archambault | Written and Directed by Victor Zarcoff Newlyweds Claire and Ryan have just moved into a new house. Both are hoping Claire’s pregnancy will be the cement needed to hold their already fraying relationship together. Little do they know their marital issues are the […]

27th Apr2016

‘Couple in a Hole’ VOD Review

by Mondo Squallido

Stars: Paul Higgins, Kate Dickie, Jérôme Kircher, Corinne Masiero | Written and Directed by Tom Geens John (Higgins) and Karen (Dickie) used to have it all. They had uprooted from Scotland with their son to a small, yet idyllic cottage in the beautiful Pyrenees Mountain range of France. However, tragedy struck by the way of […]

27th Apr2016

‘Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor #2′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby | Art by Brian Williamson | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp Until reading last issue featuring the iconic Tom Baker Fourth Doctor, I had forgotten how much I enjoyed the character in comic book form. I was an avid reader of the Dr Who Marvel Comics […]

26th Apr2016

‘Man Plus #4′ Review

by Phil Wheat

Written by Andre Lima Araujo | Art by Andre Lima Araujo | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp As I’ve pointed out in my reviews of the previous issues, this is on the surface a very derivative series, mixing up a wide variety of genres but also managing to blend them together into […]

26th Apr2016

WWE: This Week in Review (Raw/Smackdown/NXT)

by Chris Cummings

This week we stay on the road to Payback in the aftermath of WrestleMania season. The roster has been shuffled up a little and some new faces are plodding around Raw, Smackdown and NXT. Let’s see what this past week brought us, shall we? RAW (18th April 2016) Results: Chris Jericho beat Sami Zayn via […]

25th Apr2016

‘Game of Thrones 6×01: The Red Woman’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“All I could think about when she died was what would happen to her now. every day, every night, what does mama look like now? Has she started to bloat? Has her skin turned black? Have her lips peeled back from her teeth?” Cersei’s monologue about her childhood obsession with her mother’s corpse is ‘The Red […]

24th Apr2016

‘Stories: The Path of Destinies’ Review (PS4)

by Paul Metcalf

While so many people were obsessed with not dying in Dark Souls 3, another release appeared in the PlayStation Store that promised furry creatures and plenty of sword fighting. Stories: The Path of Destinies is something a little different though, and at £8.99 a must buy game. At the start of the game we are […]

24th Apr2016

VOD Vault #5 – Lazer Team / Mercury Plains

by Phil Wheat

It’s Sunday so it must be time for another installment of VOD Vault, taking a look at some of this weeks on-demand releases that have hit various VOD platforms. This time round we’re looking at a film only available via YouTube (to buy or view via the sites subscription service YouTube Red), the sci-fi comedy […]

24th Apr2016

‘The Passing’ Review

by Mondo Squallido

Stars: Dyfan Dwyfor, Annes Elwy, Mark Lewis Jones | Written by Ed Talfan | Directed by Gareth Bryn When it comes to ghost stories, I’m not the biggest fan. Even though I often get irrational fears such as someone grabbing my foot as I walk up the stairs or seeing a distorted reflection in the […]

24th Apr2016

‘Tales of Bacon: Episode 1′ Review

by Mark Allen

Stars: Adam Elms, Gemma Shelton, Paul Toy, David Chafer, Mandy Newby, Jack Sheriff, Natalie Rose, Jimmy Johnson, Adam Atkinson | Written & Created by Max Gee & Natalie Roe | Directed by Natalie Roe There’s one thing that usually damns a web series produced on a shoestring budget: production values. You might think such paltry things as “character” or “story” […]

24th Apr2016

‘Zombie Shark’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Cassie Steele, Jason London, Roger J. Timber, Ross Britz, Laura Cayouette, Sloane Coe, Becky Andrews, Ladson Deyne, Leslie Castay, Carter Burch, Flynn Foster, Jeff Pearson | Written by Greg Mitchell | Directed by Misty Talley Also known as Shark Island, a more generic title that would undoubtedly failed to sell more copies than the […]

24th Apr2016

‘Sharktopus vs Pteracuda’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Robert Carradine, Mario Ceara, Katie Savoy, Akari Endo, Tony Evangelista, Mario Arturo Hernández, Rib Hillis, Alan Nadal Piantini, Conan O’Brien | Written by Matt Yamashita | Directed by Kevin O’Neill If you thought it was only studios like The Asylum who were cranking out giant sea creature flicks for Syfy you’d be completely wrong […]

23rd Apr2016

‘I Am Wrath’ Review

by Dan Woolstencroft

Stars: John Travolta, Christopher Meloni, Rebecca De Mornay, Amanda Schull, Sam Trammell, Doris Morgado, Luis Da Silva Jr., Patrick St. Esprit | Written by Yvan Gauthier, Paul Sloan | Directed by Chuck Russell Anyone remember From Paris With Love? Director Pierre Morel followed up the 2008 Liam Neeson hit Taken with a similarly enjoyable, although […]

23rd Apr2016

‘Night People’ Review

by Dan Woolstencroft

Stars: Michael Parle, Jack Dean-Shepherd, Claire Blennerhassett, Sarah Louise Carney, Aidan O’Sullivan, Eoin Leahy, Kieran Kelly, Michael McLaughlin, Philip Doherty | Written and Directed by Gerard Lough Night People is an Irish anthology horror – comprising of three tales – from writer and director Gerard Lough. Clearly made on a low budget, that doesn’t dampen […]

22nd Apr2016

‘Samurai #2′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Jean-Francois Di Giorgio | Art by Frederic Genet | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp Whatever the other merits of the book, and there are quite a few so don’t get worried, what you will probably take away with you is the artwork. I don’t ordinarily review the artwork first, as […]

21st Apr2016

‘Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel’ Review (PS4)

by Phil Wheat

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel, already an arcade favourite, features a host of heroines from Nitroplus’ expansive and prolific character catalogue. Players select a main character – including Super Sonico, who will be playable for the first time in this console release and Saber from Fate/Stay Night (a personal favourite) – along with two partner […]

21st Apr2016

‘The Invitation’ Review

by John Squires

Stars: Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, John Carroll Lynch, Michelle Krusiec, Aiden Lovekamp, Mike Doyle, Jordi Vilasuso, Marieh Delfino, Jay Larson, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Michiel Huisman | Written by Matt Manfredi, Phil Hay | Directed by Karyn Kusama Karyn Kusama’s latest film sells you the whole seat, but you’ll only need the edge. Written by Matt Manfredi and Phil […]

20th Apr2016

‘Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #2.8′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Nick Abadzis | Art by Elena Casagrande | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp Ah, the Tenth Doctor, a title I really want to like a lot more than I do. I am enjoying all the Titan Doctor Who books to varying degrees, but this one has been at the lower […]

20th Apr2016

‘Better Call Saul 2×10: Klick’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“DON’T.” The unknown messenger’s letter to Mike is a road sign as plain as any you could ask for. Passing it means oblivion, the annihilation of the self through the act of murder, and in the end Mike is still, for now, the man who can’t pull the trigger. He has maybe ten lines in […]

19th Apr2016

‘Heroes: Godsend #2′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Joey Falco | Art by Roy Allan Martinez | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp The first issue of this new Heroes Reborn mini-series was decent, without being much more. It is hard to be too critical of these Heroes mini-series, as I believe their heart is genuinely in the right […]

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