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Film review: Bullet Train

Film review: Bullet Train

Five assassins, one train travelling at 200 miles per hour… let the carnage commence! The premise of Bullet Train is simple… Ladybug (Brad Pitt), the worlds most unlucky assassin, attempts to accomplish a simple job for his mysterious employer (Sandra …read more

Film review: Man Vs. Bee

Film review: Man Vs. Bee

It’s the return of everyone’s favourite rubbery faced physical comedian… Mr Bea – erm, I mean… Trevor!  Made by Netflix, you can expect crazy production values that most free broadcasters could never expect to equal. But does this mean that …read more

Film review: The Gray Man

Film review: The Gray Man

The Gray Man marks the start of a new Netflix franchise based upon Mark Greaney’s novels of the same name. The film focuses on CIA agents Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling) and Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas), who are on the …read more

Game review: Spellforce III – Reforced

Game review: Spellforce III – Reforced

The game may have released in 2017, but Spellforce 3 wasn’t given a life outside of PC gaming at release, so those of us who haven’t made/couldn’t afford/don’t have a suitable PC gaming rig have been forced to bide our …read more

Film review: Thor: Love and Thunder

Film review: Thor: Love and Thunder

Played by the unmistakable Chris Hemsworth, Thor is one of the most cherished characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a personal favourite of mine. It came as a big relief when the character was ‘reborn’ under the stewardship of …read more

Series review: The Boys – Season 3

Series review: The Boys – Season 3

“We can’t blow him up from his a**hole, we’ve already done that” – Paraphrased or no, when the writers’ room churns out a quote like this whilst they’re simply discussing how best to blow up a character, it gives you …read more

Album review: Silverstein – Misery Made Me

Album review: Silverstein – Misery Made Me

Silverstein’s last release in 2017 was a solid entry to their longstanding career – but will their latest release show they’ve still got it, or will the strange few years that have occurred since have made them lose their edge? …read more

Album review: Bloc Party – Alpha Games

Album review: Bloc Party – Alpha Games

With a career spanning over twenty years – but only six albums released including this newest entry, Alpha Games. Having been tagged with more genres than most, Bloc Party have managed to defy convention, and create their own unique sound …read more