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The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

At the beginning and the end of 1977’s The Hills Have Eyes – now reissued on Blu-Ray by Arrow home video – clouds of dust blow through the desert like an all-American version of Hammer’s oppressive fog. It’s an early sign that writer-director Wes Craven

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On The Box 58 – Hog Ponce and Scuppernongs

While Netflix are firmly on the superhero train with a new trailer for Luke Cage, Kryten from Red Dwarf seems to be having face problems … This week we’ve been watching things you aren’t supposed to put into your mouth in Bizarre Foods America, The

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2 Sweet Wrestling 54 – Spelunking for Caveman

This week crosses all emotional levels as we get angry, upset and jubilant. Bet you can’t guess which is which. Join Jay and Rob as they look over the past week in wrestling including TNA’s potential swansong “Bound for Glory”, the ever inconsistent NXT and

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#7 – Press X for EGX 2016 Special Part 2

Here we are again with the second and concluding part of our recent excursion to Birmingham and EGX (we really do spoil you). Aside from brimming with that special post-con glow, we bring you games. After all, that’s what you’re here for! This time we’ve

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Hollywood’s Greatest Underdog

The French film Elle, recently selected for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nomination, is soon to be released next month in America, bringing the name Verhoeven back into the limelight — although, perhaps not in the way that we might expect. Paul Verhoeven elicits controversy. His

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The Clan

Following his stint in the Spanish-language anthology film, 7 Days in Havana which was undertaken by several filmmakers and actors from golden boy, Benicio del Toro to Emir Kusturica. Pablo Trapero returns to the director’s chair with a kaboom in The Clan, Argentina’s entry for

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Shu (Review)

We recently visited EGX, back in late September, while there we had a chat with Coatsink games. You can listen to the interview as well as a whole load more in part 1 of our EGX 2016 special here. That day they had two games

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Refresh Your Trading Cards

Trading cards, from YuGiOh to Magic the Gathering and even Weiβ Schwarz and Pokemon. If you are a hardcore geek chances are you will of came into contact with them at some point. Chances are high that you will of started to collect them at

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Paris Blues

Here’s a less-than-fun fact; when Martin Ritt’s Paris Blues was released in 1961, the opening flirtation between Paul Newman and Diahann Carroll would have been a crime in 22 American states. Released on Blu-Ray fifty-five years later as part of the British Film Institute’s Black

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Cinema Eclectica 87 – A Seaworthy Vessel of Scuzz

Between the madness of being a bit ill and accidentally suggesting necrophilia, it’s something of an eventful show. This week we look at Billy Wilder’s “Fedora”, William Klein’s art-house oddity “Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?”, Richard Wenk’s 1980s high-camp horror “Vamp”, and Whit Stillman’s divisive