‘Attack on Titan: Part 1′ Review

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I’m not an expert on anime by any means but I’ve watched enough to at least have an understanding of the style.  Attack on Titan is one of the anime series that you hear a lot about, and what you hear is mainly praise.  Now that Attack on Titan: Part 1 is on DVD and…

‘WWE: Money in the Bank 2014′ Review

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Another year passes and WWE: Money in the Bank 2014 arrives to continue the pay per view event where the magical briefcase is passed onto the latest hopeful who gets an almost certain chance to be champion.  Featuring two ladder matches this year as is the usual style now the question is does WWE: Money…

88 Films Introduce 88 Italian Range with Burial Ground & Zombi Holocaust

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One of the most fondly remembered eras in fright-film history is the golden age of Italian gore – a prolific period that brought such directors as Dario Argento, Lamberto Bava and Lucio Fulci to international attention and acclaim. Spawning all number of surreal sub-genres, including black-gloved killer-thrillers and stomach-churning cannibal adventures, this is a time…

UK Release Details for See No Evil 2

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See No Evil 2 is coming to the UK just in time for Halloween arriving October 20th.  Directed by the Jen & Sylvia Soska and not only seeing the return of Glen “Kane” Jacobs as Jacob Goodnight but also starring Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle it’s fair to say that See No Evil 2 is…

‘The Two Faces of January’ Review

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There are certain styles of cinema that what a bygone age, classics that you’d not expect to be recreated because modern movie making has changed, whether that is a positive or negative thing.  The Two Faces of January is somewhat of a surprise because instead of being a modern thriller it looks back to the…

‘Sabotage’ Review

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Looking at the films David Ayer has made it is easy to assume that he knows how to make cop movies by now.  Training Day and End of Watch are two examples to not only prove this but show just how good he is.  This is probably why Sabotage seemed like a good idea, especially…

‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ Review

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It’s fair to say that after Twilight many horror fans thought it was time to retire the vampire for a while.  The fact is the point about the fanged ones is that they tend not to die when they are meant to, so what they need is something to make them a little more relevant…

‘Frank’ Review

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People over a certain age in the UK will always remember Frank Sidebottom, he was that right kind of odd to stick in your memory forever.  This is one reason that seeing his papier-mâché head make an appearance in a film that really isn’t about him is a bit odd.  In truth though Frank is…

‘Doctor Who: 8×04 – Listen’ Review

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Looking Doctor Who episodes written by Steven Moffat you can see that he understands how to scare viewers, especially the younger ones.  Listen taps into the fear of the unknown and very much like Blink and The Empty Child creates something that really does show an understanding of what is definitely creepy.  Not everything we…

OIS Technology: Does Your Smartphone Need It?

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You bought your grandma a smartphone for Christmas and it has a great camera. You showed her how to use it, and she began to take pictures. But when she showed them to you, every single one of them was blurry. This is because your grandma shakes like a car doing 70 mph with a…