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Classic Film Kid: Secret of Kells

In 2010, this was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards alongside Coraline, Up, Fantastic Mr Fox and The Princess and the Frog. The nominees for that year were good. Hello everyone! This is the Classic Film Kid here, bringing you another review.

Classic Film Kid: Misery

To get this review done I’m pretending that Kathy Bates will crush my ankles if I don’t write anything but praise of this film. That’s OK – I have nothing but praise to say. Hello guys, it’s the Classic Film Kid here for another movie

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Override: Mech City Brawl – Is It Worth Playing?

NO GEARS, NO GLORY! Pilot a diverse roster of epic mechs, each with their own play style, special moves, and finishers. Tower over your opponents and lay waste to entire cities underfoot in local and online versus, co-op, and more. We interviewed the developers at

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RocketsRocketsRockets – Too Many Rockets!?

Rockets fire Rockets at Rockets in this action-arcade, arena-combat festival-of-fireworks! It’s dog-fighting meets figure-skating in space with multiplayer and single-player fast-paced combat modes plus a Zen mode where Rockets learn to love. Join Mark as he blasts off to find out if RocketsRocketsRockets for the

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Book of Demons – A Return To Fun RPGs?

Developer Thing Trunk have a mission – bring back the days when games had no target audience and were simply made and played for the love of the medium. With that in mind, they’ve launched Book of Demons – the first title in their Return

Once Upon a Time in China Trilogy

The 1990s was a tumultuous time for Hong Kong Martial Arts cinema. Its favourite son, Jackie Chan, was too big to fail and as such he was doing whatever he wanted on Golden Harvest’s payroll, Sammo Hung was closer to a director than the action

De Palma & De Niro: The Early Films

The world is very aware of who Robert De Niro is, he is held by many to be one of the greatest actors of his (very good) generation, if not all time. Brian De Palma is a bit more of a complicated character much to