‘Doctor Who 10×02 – Smile’ Review

Doctor Who Smile

When I first saw the teaser for this episode of Doctor Who, I had to admit that the thought of an Emoji robot just didn’t work for me. Surprisingly though, this new refreshed Doctor Who makes the lovable little killer robots actually work. This week The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) takes Bill (Pearl Mackie) into the far…

Horror Films Rediscovered on the BFI Player

the night has eyes

In 2010 the BFI published their Most Wanted list, a tantalising countdown of 75 British films classified as ‘missing, believed lost’. Of all these forgotten gems (which ranged from silent Hitchcock to ’60s pop), nothing excited horror fans more than the inclusion of José Ramón Larraz’s 1974 little-seen cult classic, Symptoms. Selected for the 1974…

Under the Sea – Our Love of Mermaids in Movies

From merchandise to fan art, the trend for all things mermaid is huge at the minute. Even this mermaid inspired slot game is proving popular online. But in truth, the legendary half-female, half-fish creatures have long being popular and feature in myths worldwide, particularly, Europe, Africa and Asia. They have inspired not only a whole…

‘The Bureau Complete Season Two’ Review

the bureau

When I reviewed The Bureau Season One I enjoyed the shows more realistic feel when it came to the French intelligence services. Now with the release of The Bureau Complete Season Two the story continues, with Guillaume Debailly (Mathieu Kassovitz) once again trying to pull the wool over his colleague’s eyes. Still connected with the CIA,…

6 Telltale Signs You’re A Closet Mobile Gaming Geek

The thing about the mobile phone revolution is that almost everyone has the latest iPhone or Android device. Today’s smartphones often have more processing power and memory than desktop computers you will have used around five years ago! As such, that gives users the freedom to run a variety of apps without the need to…

Forget Graphics, Go Retro

You might be obsessed with the latest games available for the ultra sophisticated consoles of today. But if you’re constantly focusing on the games of tomorrow, you’ll miss out on some of the gems of the past. Here are a few reasons why you should forget about the biggest games of E3 2017 and explore…

‘Sully: Miracle on the Hudson’ Review

Sully

If there is one thing we know about 2017, it is that it is a dark time. What we need is a glimmer of hope, something to show that there is still good out there, and surprisingly there is evidence of that in movies like Sully: Miracle on the Hudson. Though it also shows the…

Resident Evil: Vendetta Coming May/June

Resident Evil 7

The Resident Evil franchise has been around for a long time in the form of computer games. But now, after more than a dozen titles released for the PC and various consoles, Resident Evil is finally returning to the big screen, this time in the form of an animated film. Sony and Fathom Events are…