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Beauty and the Beast - the review

In the long list of animated Disney films the studio could add to its ever-growing live-action stable, Beauty and the Beast probably wouldn’t strike …

Beauty and the Beast

Manchester by the Sea - the review

Manchester by the Sea seems to have very much been an under-the-radar film during production, with little in the way of trailers and advertising. It …

Arrival - the review

Arrival is a science fiction film that seemed somewhat contrived and rather cliched in the trailers, although seemed to largely stay away from the …

Suicide Squad - the review

It is safe to say that the recent offerings DC and Warner Bros have been underwhelming to say the least. I wasn’t the biggest fan of the Nolan Batman …

Harley Quinn

Ghostbusters - the review

There has been a lot of nonsense written and vocalised about the latest Ghostbusters film from its very inception. While there has been talk of …

Now You See Me 2 - the review

Now You See Me was an unexpectedly decent watch in 2013. A magic based heist thriller with an interesting plot and starring a decent ensemble of not …

Woody Harrelson

Independence Day Resurgence - the review

Independence Day was a surprisingly enjoyable summer blockbuster and rapidly became the highest grossing film of 1996 taking over $817.4m worldwide. …

Film Industry

Another iconic 90s game returns...this time, it's Quake!

Hot on the heels of a successful return of Doom, Bethesda’s sister studio id Software is bringing back Quake!!<p>The new game, Quake Champions, was …

id Software

Warcraft: The Beginning - the review

For more than twenty years, Hollywood has tried to bring games to the big-screen. Not only do most games have a rich, detailed backstory and plot, …

Universal Pictures

Sing Street: the review

Sing Street was a film that had managed to stay well off my film radar. It has no big name stars – with the possible exception of <i>Game of Thrones</i>‘ …

Jungle book: the review

I, like many others, was rather surprised by Disney’s decision to make the Jungle Book their animation-to-live-action release in 2016. Not simply …

Bill Murray

Is the DCEU heading in the wrong direction?

In the world of comic books, it is always going to be dangerous to start off a post about DC by talking about Marvel, but that’s precisely what I am …

Comic Books

Zootropolis: the review

For years Disney animation used to mean great things, and under the stewardship of John Lasseter in recent years, it has made great strides towards …

Microsoft targets Evernote users with OneNote importer tool

Have you ever been torn between a long-beloved note taking app and an up-and-coming underdog?<p>Have you ever been desperate to try out a new note …

Grimsby: the review

When I first saw the trailer for Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest offering Grimsby (known as The Brothers Grimsby in some markets outside the UK) I was …

Decade old games: Transport Tycoon Deluxe (1995)

<i>It’s easy to focus on the latest shiny consoles and games, but there’s plenty of merit in old games too! Decade Old Games will look to dig up some of</i> …

App Store

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: the review

I was slightly surprised when the first trailer for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies appeared late last year. While I had heard about the novel, it …

Pride and Prejudice

Jolla offers refunds for failed tablet backers

Jolla have endured a torrid few months. We’ve seen the company implement debt restructuring, struggle to secure sufficient funding, lay-off a large …

Room: the review

Having seen the trailer, but avoided pretty much all other potential spoilers, I had assumed that Room was the typical oscar-bait type of film full …

Joy: the review

Joy is the latest offering from BAFTA award winning director David O. Russell following on from his success with Silver Linings Playbook and American …

Jolla get financing, supporters miss out on tablets

Back in November, we reported on the financial troubles Jolla was experiencing after a lead investor withdrew from that month’s round of …

MicroSD

The Hobbit: A fan's edit

As a self-confessed Tolkien and Peter Jackson fan, I liked the Hobbit trilogy. While it didn’t quite reach the heights of the LOTR trilogy, it is …

Movies

Assassin's Creed: Syndicate - first impressions

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate is the latest release in Ubisoft’s previously excellent, recently disappointing, franchise. It comes on the back of a …

Assassin's Creed

SONY the fallen empire

In the not-so-distant past, Sony was arguably one of the most trusted companies in the world. Well, at least it doesn’t seem that distant for some of …

Amazon to ban sales of Chromecast and Apple TV from its store

In the latest move in the tech giants battle for your cash Amazon are set to ban sales of Apple TV and Google’s Chromecast devices from October 29th. …

Smart TV

The new Consumer Rights Act (2015)

On 1 October 2015, the Consumer Rights Act (2015) came into force. It seeks to reinforce and clear up the ambiguity of the last Consumer Protection …

Google Play

The Martian: the review

I know this is a film review, but in this particular case, I’m going to start off with the film’s source material. The Martian is a fantastic book! …

Movies

Jolla and Sailfish OS - an interesting option?

Window Phone, Tizen, Firefox…there have been plenty of pretenders in the smartphone arena all trying to muscle in on Android’s dominance and take a …

Vacation: the review

I enjoyed the old National Lampoon’s Vacation series, and as far as I’m concerned, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is one of the must-watch …

Spacesuit Survival Mission Takes Off

Who would’ve thought that less than 50 years after probably the greatest achievement of the modern age – landing on the moon – there would need to be …