Tag Archive: review

Games from the Bargain Bin: ‘Dante’s Inferno’

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Dante’s Inferno was a much hyped game released in early 2010. With an extensive and big budget marketing campaign the game launched to reviews that called it decent, but not great, sending it… Continue reading

‘Sleeping Beauty’ DVD Review

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Director: Julia Leigh Cast: Emily Browning, Rachael Blake, Ewen Leslie Plot: Struggling university Lucy holds a variety of jobs to get by – waitress, escort, even a lab rat. When she is offered… Continue reading

‘The Hunger Games’ Book Review

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Author: Suzanne Collins Plot: Long after North American society has crumbled and been rebuild into twelve districts surrounding the upper class home known as the Capitol. In retaliation for an attempted rebellion each… Continue reading

Harry Potter in Review: The Prisoner of Azkaban

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Director: Alfonso Cuaron Cast: Standard line-up with Michael Gambon, Gary Oldman, David Thewlis and Timothy Spall Plot: With a mass murderer on the loose and hunting for Harry, Hogwarts sits under a dark… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

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The year was 1984 and thanks to a new generation of filmmakers, the beloved horror genre was experiencing a boom and in this year, Wes Craven would give us a horror flick that… Continue reading

‘The Grey’ Movie Review

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The first thing I can say about The Grey is that it isn’t a light viewing. It requires you to buckle down and prepare for some gut wrenching scenes that are hard to… Continue reading

Chronicle – Review

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Chronicle turned out to be an unexpected gem, I would put this down to the marketing for the film. It was very unique, it didn’t reveal itself for what it truly was, but… Continue reading

Shame – Review

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I won’t lie, the appeal of Shame for me was really the fact that this was about sex addiction and the sex addict was Michael Fassbender. As a hot-blooded woman, yes I do… Continue reading

Comic Review: Superior

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After the success that the film  adaptations of, Kick-Ass and Wanted achieved, it is completely understandable that comic writer Mark Millar would want to tell a story which looked at the cinematic nature… Continue reading

Harry Potter in Review: The Philosopher’s Stone

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A new series by G-FUNK. (Substitute the ‘Philosophers’ for ‘Sorcerers’ if you’re in the States – or just any other word you feel like.) Director: Chris Columbus Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma… Continue reading