Eureka have returned to their Eureka Classics label with the release of two titles, the first was The War Lord following that is Richard Fleischer’s Violent Saturday, a spiritual companion to the recent release of Don Siegel’s The Killers and Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye.
This week we skip to the last page of the story, so join us as we find out more about multiple endings, post-credit stings, final bosses, and endless superhero tales. Reviews – Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea Part 2, Lego: The Hobbit, Dynasty Warriors 8:
Building on an existing storyline isn’t an easy thing to do – especially when the ending of the original tale has a degree of finality to it. That doesn’t stop people making the attempt though, and nowhere is this more prominent than in the world
This week we take to the road to find out what all the fuss is about. Join us as we go wandering through the entertainment world just to see what’s there. Reviews – Invizimals: Alliances and Invizimals: The Lost Kingdoms This week’s news is heading over the
Half of a Yellow Sun is a novel by Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie which recounts the Biafran war from a personal and not military perspective. Charged with adapting this 2007 award-winning book is first time director and playwright Biyi Bandele.
On the latest making of documentary for Arrow Films, Legendary exploitation director Jack Hill explains that Roger Corman requested that he should make a stock car film, capitalizing on their success at the time. Hill only accepted if Corman allowed him to make an art
On the 30th anniversary of the “Showcase of the Immortals” The Geek Show has its first piece of monthly wrestling coverage, and where better to start than with the biggest show in sports entertainment: Wrestlemania? In this article I will be giving you some highlights and
THIS COMPETITION IS CLOSED Time to give away more games! Courtesy of the brilliant people at Pqube we’re giving away FIVE digital copies of Senran Kagura Burst on the Nintendo 3DS. On the surface Hanzo Academy looks like a normal highschool, but in reality it’s
And so we come to the end of our month of combat, and what better way to finish than with war itself. Join us as we find out more about how war has changed popular media, and how entertainment has adapted to fit the theme. Reviews
Side scrolling, simple gameplay and retro looking – this is Flappy Bird and was released for android and IOS smart phones and tablets in 2013. It’s simple controls and familiar looking obstacles (that seem to have been taken from video game past) made this a