22nd Nov2016

‘Ash vs Evil Dead 2×08′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Things get more serious this week on Ash vs Evil Dead as the aftershocks of Ash’s therapy have to be dealt with. Thankfully this doesn’t mean that we’ve seen the last of the puppet that was such a hit last week. This time, we see Kelly have to lend a hand in ending the naughty […]

17th Nov2016

‘Westworld’ Review: The shocking revelations of ‘Westworld’

by Guest

If you’ve been intently following Westworld like us, then episode 7 must have shocked you as much us here! Word of warning- there will be several spoilers in this review, so if you’re a little behind in the series, or yet to start, we highly recommend you stop reading now! For those of you left […]

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15th Nov2016

‘Ash vs Evil Dead 2×07′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

If you are a Buffy fan you’ll remember the episode Normal Again. This episode featured Buffy drifting from two realities, one where she is in a mental asylum, the other the usual Buffy world we expect. This episode was haunting and left us wondering what the character’s reality truly was. Now Ash vs Evil Dead […]

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08th Nov2016

Eight more weekend film premieres for UK’s Horror Channel

by Phil Wheat

Following this past weekend’s channel debuts of Cockneys vs Zombies, Horror Express and Antiviral, the UK’s very own Horror Channel will be screening EIGHT more weekend film premieres this month, including the UK TV premieres of Tommy Wirkola’s crowd-pleasing, carnage-driven Dead Snow 2: Red or Dead, Jon Knautz’s demonic gem The Shrine, Tyler Shields’s stylish mash-up […]

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08th Nov2016

‘Ash vs Evil Dead 2×06′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

It would take a lot to beat the second episode of Ash vs Evil Dead Season 2, featuring one of the best slapstick scenes of the series. We now have that episode, featuring a family reunion of sorts. This reunion is not only in story terms but also a returning actor from the very first […]

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08th Nov2016

‘The Code: Series 2′ DVD Review

by Paul Metcalf

Oh, the evil Internet, full of evil hackers looking at the best way to steal your money or sell you to the highest bidder. It seems to be the popular tool for modern television series to create something that stands out. Does The Code: Series 2 stand out as something special though, or just another […]

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04th Nov2016

‘The Fall: Series 3′ DVD Review

by Paul Metcalf

In some ways, it is surprising that the third series of The Fall was made, especially with Jamie Dornan filming the 50 Shades of Grey movies. The second series ended in such a way that it could have been a good way to end, but that would have missed out on a much darker way to […]

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03rd Nov2016

‘Ash vs Evil Dead 2×05′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

After the events of last episode, it was easy to guess that the next chapter of Ash vs Evil Dead was coming, and this week we finally got to see the Big Bad. We’ve had hints of Baal many times, but in this episode, we finally got to see him. After the more action packed […]

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26th Oct2016

‘Luke Cage: Complete First Season’ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Based in Harlem, Luke Cage, Netflix’s latest Marvel show, has a different feel to Daredevil and Jessica Jones but lives in the same universe as the two. Does he have enough strength to not only save Harlem though but to stand out in his own show? After the events of Jessica Jones, we find Cage […]

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24th Oct2016

‘Ash vs Evil Dead 2×04′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Dealing with the fallout from last week’s Ash vs Evil Dead, episode four leaps straight into the action. What it also does though is fall into the trap of being an episode about progression. A stop-gap between a major plot point, and hopefully one to come in the next episode. With the Delta still possessed and […]

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24th Oct2016

Competition: Win ‘Preacher: Season One’ on Blu-ray

by Phil Wheat

To celebrate the release of Preacher: Season One, which is available now on DVD and Blu-ray, we have a copy of the Blu-ray box set up for grabs courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment! Based on the popular 1990s cult comic book series of the same name, the critically-acclaimed PREACHER: SEASON ONE arrives on Blu-ray™ […]

23rd Oct2016

‘Black Mirror: Season 3′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Black Mirror is a show about holding a mirror to society, and making sure we see the dark side. With a focus on technology Black Mirror: Season 3 has moments of not only being terrifying but also quite beautiful, making one of the episodes something special. Nosedive Nosedive stars Bryce Dallas Howard as Lacie in […]

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20th Oct2016

Wrestling returns to UK TV with ‘WoS Wrestling’

by Phil Wheat

ITV has announed they have commissioned a one-off wrestling special to air later this year. Produced by ITV Studios Entertainment, World Of Sport Wrestling, or WoS Wrestling for short, is a throw back to the classic wrestling programming of the 70s and early 80s (a show I grew up on pre-WWF/WCW days) and will see […]

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19th Oct2016

‘Ash vs Evil Dead 2×03′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

The episode we’ve been waiting for is finally here. This third episode of season 2 of Ash vs Evil Dead sees the debut of Ted Raimi. This is not only something of an Evil Dead reunion, but also Xena as I’m sure you’ll all know he was Joxer in that 90s fantasy show… you all remember […]

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14th Oct2016

‘Beck the Series: Volume 2′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

If the rise of Nordic Noir has managed to achieve anything, it is to provide viewers with a whole new world of refreshing shows that we weren’t yet aware of. One of these shows is Beck, and with Beck the Series: Volume 2 we are not let down when it comes to quality. Based on […]

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12th Oct2016

‘Ash vs Evil Dead 2×02′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

With the strong start of Ash vs Evil Dead, attention now turns to the second episode to see if it delivers. With most of the action taking place in a morgue, Bruce Campbell is given the chance to show he still has it when it comes to slapstick comedy. Ruby is back (Lucy Lawless) and […]

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09th Oct2016

‘Wolf Creek: The Complete First Series’ Review

by Paul Metcalf

When 19-year old Eve (Lucy Fry) witnesses the slaughter of her family, she narrowly evades death at Mick Taylor’s hands. Hell bent on revenge she takes to the outback in search of the killer, but does she have what it takes to defeat him in his natural domain. The first thing to notice about the […]

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07th Oct2016

‘Ash vs. Evil Dead 2×01′ Review

by Paul Metcalf

With the return of Bruce Campbell as Ash Williams, the Evil Dead is most definitely back. Now with the Ash vs Evil Dead season 2 premier the show is back, but can the magic of the first be repeated? Or will Ash start to settle down in his old age. Everything seems fine for Ash (Bruce […]

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05th Oct2016

‘Luke Cage 1×03: Who’s Gonna Take the Weight?’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“Bring da motherfuckin’ ruckus.” This show has a fucking soundtrack. Sixteen Marvel movies hit theaters every year and I’d be shocked if you could find someone on the street who remembered a single bar of original music used in any of them. Three episodes into Luke Cage and not only have we heard Charles Bradley, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Nirvana, Isaac […]

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05th Oct2016

‘Luke Cage 1×02: Code of the Streets’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“My woman was pregnant when I went in. Haven’t seen her or my son since he was thirteen. I have this nightmare that one day he’s gonna come to the shop, ask for a cut, sit in my chair… and I’m not even gonna know him.” “Code of the Streets,” Luke Cage‘s gorgeously shot and unevenly […]

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03rd Oct2016

‘Westworld 1×01: The Original’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

O, reason not the need: our basest beggars Are in the poorest thing superfluous: Allow not nature more than nature needs, Man’s life’s as cheap as beast’s: thou art a lady; If only to go warm were gorgeous, Why, nature needs not what thou gorgeous wear’st, Which scarcely keeps thee warm. But, for true need, […]

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01st Oct2016

‘Luke Cage 1×01: Moment of Truth’ Review

by Gretchen Felker-Martin

“UPS ain’t the only brown that delivers.” Actor Mike Colter’s guarded, injured, and ultimately good-hearted turn as Luke Cage was one of the few pleasures the first season of Jessica Jones had to offer. On his own and grounded in a much more immediate and organic sense of place and moment, he doesn’t disappoint. Luke Cage, adapted from the […]

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