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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.

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

Album review: Eluveitie – Ategnatos

Album review: Eluveitie – Ategnatos

The Gods of Folk Metal are reborn with their eighth studio album and it is nothing short of divine! Eluveitie (pronounced El-vay-ti) are a nine piece “New wave” Folk Metal band hailing from Switzerland, founded in 2002 by front man …read more

Game review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Game review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

I’ve studied my opponent’s strengths and weaknesses and after hours of trial and error I finally have a foolproof plan. I have my health gourds on max and enough spirit emblems to utilize whichever attacks I see fit, my sugars …read more

Film review: Alien 40th Anniversary

Film review: Alien 40th Anniversary

Having been awoken from hyper sleep after a mysterious distress signal is received the crew of the USS Nostromo find themselves on a barren planet and while investigating a crashed space ship they uncover an unpleasant surprise. Forty years have …read more

Game review: Apex Legends

Game review: Apex Legends

Apex Legends offers gamers an exciting new take on multiplayer mayhem… The First Person Shooter (FPS) genre has gone through a seismic shift in the last 18 months with the tired formula replicated by numerous huge brands being unceremoniously dumped …read more

Album review: Sleaford Mods – Eaton Alive

Album review: Sleaford Mods – Eaton Alive

Perhaps one of the most appropriate bands of Britain’s current state, is Sleaford Mods. Looking exactly like the latter half of their band name comes their caustic sound of electronic punk. Returning with their eleventh studio album Eton Alive, will …read more