S08E04 – Bendystentialism

On this week’s episode we try to get our heads around world and mind-bending entertainment. Join us as we get slightly dazed and confused by the random physics flying about. Reviews – Kiss of the Damned, Hakuoki Shinsegumi Kitan Series 1 and Dragon Ball: Battle of Z Interview

Review – Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition

Ever since her first appearance in 1996, Lara Croft’s relationship with videogames and the wider entertainment industry has been one of highs and lows. The original Tomb Raider was a breath of fresh air for action adventure games, and although the first two sequels were

“The Walking Dead” Video Game Season 2: Ep 1 (Review)

After an excruciating wait, Season 2 of Telltale’s “The Walking Dead” Video Game – based on Robert Kirkman’s Comics and the sequel to 2012’s game of the year – has arrived…in December. Nevertheless here is the review of the first episode (of five).  It is

Journal de France

Titles, trailers and posters, those are the three components that will first meet you when deciding upon whether to watch a film or not. Taking the title as one of the most important articles it turns Journal de France into something of a bust –

S08E03 – It’s not old. It’s Retro!

On this episode we decided to take a trip down geek memory lane, and recall some of the high points in entertainment from days gone by. Join us as we get nostalgic and remember when all of this was fields. Reviews – Computer Chess and Hell Comes to

Wings (1927)

Reviewing silent cinema is a difficult task, evaluating something so antiquated with the sensibilities of the modern era requires the creativity to look past the most hackneyed of conventions with the freshness they were first viewed with. Failing that, legacy is always a way into

Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection (Retro Review)

This Klassic set of arcade games was released on PC, PS3 & Xbox 360 in August, 2011 and contains Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. A port of the three games in their original arcade glory intended to give a major

S08E02 – Disneyfication

Disney have long been a force to be reckoned with in family entertainment, has the game really changed since their merger with Marvel Entertainment and purchase of Lucasfilm, will the company be able to recreate their silver-screen success in videogames, and what could they learn,

Teenage

Even though people between the ages of 13 and 19 have always existed, the lifestyle of the teenager is commonly believed to have been invented in the 1950s with the popularisation of Rock ‘n Roll. In Matt Wolf’s idiosyncratic documentary and ‘living collage’, Teenage, he

Kiss of the Damned

During the director interview on Eureka’s release of Xan Cassavetes’ kiss of the Damned, the director states that titles like Twilight are children’s films and don’t belong to the great tradition of vampires in cinema. Although that wasn’t the influence behind the film, it’s a