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Album review: Tool – Fear Inoculum

Album review: Tool – Fear Inoculum

It’s been 13 years since Tool released a studio album so switch off your devices, turn the lights off, lock the door, turn your sound system up and prepare to journey to the edge of your perceptions while you’re in …read more

Film review: It Chapter 2

Film review: It Chapter 2

27 years after The Losers Club first defeated ‘It’, the murderous entity Pennywise the Clown returns to terrorise Derry, Maine once again. Now adults, most of the gang have left the town except for Mike (Isaiah Mustafa), the only one …read more

Film review: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Film review: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood highlights the highs and lows of Hollywood life in 1969, an end of an era for both Hollywood and the hippy dream. It chronicles these events through three characters whose stories are entwined in …read more

Film review: Angel Has Fallen

Film review: Angel Has Fallen

In the third instalment of the Has Fallen film series (is that what we’re calling it?), Gerard Butler’s Secret Service agent Mike Banning is framed for attempting to assassinate President Trumbull (Morgan Freeman) on behalf of Russia. While on the …read more

Film review: Good Boys

Film review: Good Boys

Max (Jacob Tremblay), Lucas (Keith L. Williams), and Thor (Brady Noon–not the God of Thunder) are three best friends who have been invited to their first ‘kissing party’. Totally clueless on how to kiss a girl, the trio decide to …read more

TV series review: The Boys

TV series review: The Boys

Amazon delivers a big superhero knockout with tragically dark The Boys. When a speeding superhero causes grisly tragedy for Hughie Campbell (Jack Quaid), he finds himself being scouted by Billy Butcher (Karl Urban), the leader of a vigilante group who …read more

Game review: Metal Wolf Chaos XD

Game review: Metal Wolf Chaos XD

Coming straight from 2004, Metal Wolf Chaos XD is everything that made games for the original XBOX and PS3 great. Mainly, that means an insane premise and gameplay that was weird and wonderful, but unfortunately for those of us not …read more

Album review: Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind

Album review: Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind

Iowa’s band of mask-adorning, stadium-filling, heavy metal lords Slipknot are firmly reinstating their grip on the heavy metal throne with latest release We Are Not Your Kind. After five years of touring sell-out arena shows and headlining some of the …read more