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Tag Archive: retro

007 Casefile: ‘From Russia With Love’

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Following on from last weeks Case File and Review of Dr. No, we bring you the facts and lowdown of Bond’s second outing! The Mission: MI:6 is contacted by a Russian cypher clerk in… Continue reading

Science Fiction Retrospective 3: Ender’s Game

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The battle between the IF and the Formics was witnessed for you by Hedgie, albeit a little later than usual I first read Ender’s Game, the first in a long series of novels chronicling… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews – Volume 1.3

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Continuing on from the last batch of reviews we’ve entered into the second season featuring the First Doctor. We’ve also taken a bit of a jump from the last story (The Sensorites) as… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Review – Volume 1.2

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Since having gone back in time (in a manner of speaking) to review the first three ‘Doctor Who’ stories the decision has been made to push on through the rest of the series.… Continue reading

Games From the Bargin Bin: Saints Row 2

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When ‘Saints Row 2’ was leading up to it’s release a couple of years ago it got plenty of attention and positive reviews yet it didn’t grab my attention enough to put down… Continue reading

‘Doctor Who: The Beginnings’ DVD Review

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So here’s my personal history with Doctor Who. In spite of it appearing out of the corner of my eye throughout childhood I never gave it much heed, finding the nifty opening sequence… Continue reading

Classic Scene: La Marseillaise

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La Marseillaise from Casablanca by Michael Curtiz in 1942 The Scene: The visiting Nazi party decides to celebrate at Rick’s club, by starting a chorus of Die Wacht am Rhein much to the chagrin of everybody… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Muppet Movie’

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Director: James Frawley Cast: Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, The Great Gonzo, Miss Piggie Plot: After a random encounter with a Hollywood Agent, Kermit the Frog leaves his home in the swamp to… Continue reading

Great Things About VCR Players

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For those old enough to remember (and just reading this will be enough to make some people feel old) , VHS (or Betamax for the Yanks) was the dominant form of home movie… Continue reading

Slam Adams’ Top 10 Best X-Files Episodes

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The X-Files was a cultural phenomenon. It was one of the rare occasions where something that represented geek so well struck big with the general audience. The show has been off the air for… Continue reading