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mother! Review

Where do you start? Well, let's get it out of the way, mother! is exceptional and a true breath of fresh air. Frankly I...
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The Long Dark (PS4) Review

After two hours with The Long Dark, the Unity designed first-person survival game from Hinterland Studios, a horrible existential awareness came over me. I...

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review

There's something special about Naughty Dog. There one of the few developers who appear to prefer quality over quantity. Unlike many others, they cut to the core of what a modern audience's narrative perception is driven by. Cinema.

Mindhorn DVD Review

Welcome to the action TV show capital of the world; The Isle of Mann, home to Mindhorn, a sexy genius crime fighting detective who, with the help of a special robotic eye, can literally "see the truth". Played by legendary actor Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barratt) it was the Isle of Mann's most successful show and in the 80s, times were good.

Free Fire (DVD) Review

It's hard to pin Ben Wheatley down. Gaining a cult following for his short films and animations on the Internet, he's now got people...

Armando Iannucci’s ‘The Death of Stalin’ Trailer Revealed

Armando Iannucci, legendary Scottish satirist behind such comedy classics as In The Loop, Veep, The Thick Of It and I'm Alan Partridge makes a...

Hearthstone’s Knights of the Frozen Throne Expansion is Here

Fear not Hearthstoners, your favourite digital card based crack addiction is back! Blizzard, the Pablo Escobar of video games, have teamed up with the...

Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D Review

My first experience of Terminator 2: Judgment Day was on a 12-inch television on VHS. It was cropped to 4:3 for the TV station...
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Aven Colony Review (PS4)

In Aven Colony the mission is clear. Establish various colonies on Aven Prime, a planet light years from earth whilst winning favour in the eyes of your superiors. You are tasked to construct and maintain viable settlements all over the planet, battling the relentless barrage of bad weather, rabid viruses and aggressive wildlife.

Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer Review

One Christmas, I was pratting about on World of Warcraft wondering what I was doing with my life. I knew there was no future...

“F*ck You Keyboard!” and Other Things Angry Brits Say as they...

We've all been there. The Mage not pulling their weight. The Medic unfit for purpose. The Marine that loses the flag. We've all been...

Alien: Covenant Review

It's hard to ignore the task Alien: Covenant has on it's hands. After 2012's much anticipated yet utterly atrocious Prometheus, the prospect of another...

Save Every Breath – Dunkirk Goes VR

Three "pulse-pounding, 360 degree short film" experiences have been launched in anticipation of Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan's forthcoming WW2 action drama about 400,000 allied soldiers stranded on the beaches of Dunkirk with nowhere to run and the enemy closing in.

Wet Moon, Book 3: Further Realms of Fright Review

I came to Sophie Campbell's Wet Moon series retrospectively. Actually to be perfectly blunt, I discovered Wet Moon this week, about 13 years after the first...

Learning To Code: ‘Zombie Roller’ by Devslopes

A few weeks ago I began my journey into coding. I signed up to Udemy, bought a few courses (at a discount) and made a...

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