Recommended entertainment

Everyone loves a bit of great entertainment. We love it too, and here is the top reviewed content for your TV, projector or hi-fi. Simply put, this is the best of the best. The top Games, Movies and Music – as rated by us.

Review – Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes by Thom Yorke

Review – Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes by Thom Yorke

Typically unconventional release from Oxford’s finest export… As front man of the iconic and hugely influential Radiohead, Thom Yorke is no stranger to defying expectations. Since their departure from the guitar-lead rock of The Bends and OK Computer, turning to the …read more

Game Review: Destiny

Game Review: Destiny

Destiny is the first new game by by developer Bungie in 4 years, and its first new franchise since Halo: Combat Evolved back in 2001. It’s a strange game to review so early in its lifecycle: it’s presented as an online persistent-world …read more

New album reviews

New album reviews

The best (and the rest): new album releases… Crush Songs is the debut solo release by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O. On offer is a collection of lo-fi songs, recorded from 2006 onwards. Karen has taken the inventive idea …read more

New album reviews

New album reviews

A brief look at what’s new in the world of music… Interpol – El Pintpor In the hiatus since 2010’s self-titled fourth studio album, we have been treated to both solo releases and side projects from New York City’s Interpol. …read more

New album reviews

New album reviews

Seeking out and recommending the best new album releases. Your ears will thank us… The Wytches release their debut effort Annabel Dream Reader to mixed reviews: some compare this Brighton 3-piece to early Bleach-era Nirvana, whilst some praised the albums …read more

Review – Boyhood

Review – Boyhood

What happens when you make a film about boyhood over 12 years? Let’s find out. A young boy deals with growing up without a steady father figure, and finds introversion and questions to be his saving grace. Later in his …read more

Review – Mario Kart 8 (Wii U)

Review – Mario Kart 8 (Wii U)

We are now approaching the two month point from when the 8th instalment of the Mario Kart franchise hit the shelves in the UK and, with over 2 million units currently sold worldwide, is this the injection of interest that …read more

Review – X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Review – X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Mixing old and new X-Men actors and characters is a bold move that perhaps only this franchise could pull off. When the future sees mutants hunted and killed by lethal sentinel robots, Wolverine’s subconscious is sent back in time so …read more