Film Review : Extraction

Thomas Jacobs is trapped for over 4 years, knowing that his daughter has probably been born but doesn’t know if he’ll ever get out to meet her. So like most people would Thomas invents a machine that enables him to go into someone’s head and observe their memories.

Banshee – TV Season One Review

This modern cowboy drama comes from Alan Ball, the creator of True Blood (he left the show to concentrate on this) and is co-produced by House’s Greg Yaintes.

Film Review: The Way, Way Back

“S-s-s-s-s-summer,” sang Ric Ocasek back in 1984 and boy, he wasn’t kidding. Years may come and years may go, but one thing they’ve all got in common is a semi-sunny bit in the middle, named in honour of Rachel Bilson’s character from The O.C., of whose coming the ancient prophets foretold (didn’t guess that Marissa would die, mind. Total bolt from the blue).

Film Review: Pain & Gain

Ever dreamed of having Mark Wahlberg like, SHOUT at you, REALLY LOUDLY, while doing that gormless open mouth-furrowed brow combo that meant “Oh God, no! That person just got crushed to death by a lawn mower!” in The Happening?

Film Review – The Conjuring

Horror has always had a steady current of the spectral and demonic running through it. Classics like the Exorcist, The Shining and Poltergeist share common themes. A family is haunted by beings either dead (and not happy about it), or some kind of supernatural force.

Car Review: Subaru BRZ

So you want a car that gets your pulse racing and a hot hatch just doesn’t cut the mustard? You need a front engine, rear-wheel-drive coupe and Subaru have just the ticket.

Record Review – The Winery Dogs

Every now and again you hear rumours of a musical collaboration that makes you sit up and pay attention, The Winery Dogs certainly did that when word first started coming out of a possible album.


Gaming Review: Dark

With stories of vampires being portrayed in various media now a days, we gamers occasionally get a title release containing these mythic and sometimes…

Film Review: Kick Ass 2

So let’s get it out of the way, ‘Kick Ass 2’ is not as good as it’s previous chapter in the diary of heroes Dave Lizewski (Kick-Ass / Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Mindy Macready (Hit-Girl / Chloë Grace Moretz) and not so nice person Chris D’Amico (Red Mist / The Motherfucker / Christopher Mintz-Plasse).