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Sponsored Post: Hakkasan, MGM Grand Las Vegas

According to the old saying… “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”.. but times are changing in this Nevadian Oasis and it’s becoming increasingly more well known for it’s hip restaurants and nightclubs almost as much as the Elvis Impersonators, Boxing and drive-thru Weddings.

Review: Jungle- Jungle

Highly anticipated album’ is more often than not a term used to describe albums that aren’t highly anticipated at all.

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Sponsored Video: Acer – Iconia A1-830

After the recent domination of Samsung and Apple in the tablet market, it’s great to see someone else, i.e. Acer throwing their techno hat into the ring with an all new tablet, the Iconia A1-830.

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Win Futurama Season 7 on Blu-ray™

Crammed with a whole new dimension of extras not shown on TV, Season 7’s cosmic collection includes 13 bizarre and brilliant episodes involving ancient prophecies, presidents’ heads, robot gangsters, angry butterflies, and of course, sausage-making

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Film Review: I Am Divine

If you are a fan of the film Pink Flamingos or American counter-culture in general you should watch ‘I Am Devine’, a new documentary by Jeffrey Schwarz about the life of Harris Glenn Milstead, better know as the actor, performer and drag queen elect, Devine.

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Games vs Movies [Infographic]

When it comes to the world of Entertainment the two big-hitters Movies and VideoGames are neck and neck. But which one comes out on top? Check out the infographic to find out.

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Car Review: Mazda CX-5

THEY like to do things their own way at Mazda, and the Japanese company’s penchant for individuality is to be welcomed. After all, if it wasn’t for the MX-5, introduced in 1990, the affordable soft-top sports car, as a genre, would probably be extinct.

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Film Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2

Picking up five years on from where the first film left off, How to Train Your Dragon 2 reunites us with Hiccup (voiced once again by the quavering tones of Jay Baruchel), who in the time since we’ve been away has transformed from nerdy teen to cloud-surfing brainbox; a proto-steampunk inventor who’s built himself a wingsuit and a prosthetic leg with changeable appendages (it’s kind of like a Swiss Army Knife mated with Rose McGowan’s gun-leg from Planet Terror).