The Bechdel test is a clever way of examining gender imbalance in cinema, but could it actually change the face of film for the long term?
Taking a peek at bands and artists currently working their magic under the radar of the mainstream music listening public and giving them a sporting pat on the bum.
Volkan Kacar tackles one of the hardest questions known to handheld gamers everywhere: “What game should I play on my Nintendo 3DS?”
There’s an eclectic bunch of songs out there rather simply entitled after a particular year. Here’s our top 5:
Hailed as one of the best films of the year, Gravity is made brilliant with its realism, including sound, cinematography and performances.
These days tablets are everywhere and the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX has been added to the ever growing list. We look at the finer details.
What the ‘news’ about Tom Daley says about all of us…
Roobla’s Paul Anderson gets to grips with the brand new PlayStation 4 and gives his views on his first weekend hardware impressions.
Anti-piracy adverts are increasingly trying to scare viewers, this one takes it to another level…
Now That’s What I Call Music! has turned 30 – why has it remained so popular and what does it say about the UK?
How do people use the app Vine? Has it evolved into a new form of sketch show with its own range of characters?
Roobla discusses why The Walking Dead is one of the greatest games out there, and provides 10 reasons for you to check it out.
We take a look at one of the most significant stories of all time – The Exorcist and how it thrived both on paper and on screen.
We look at the varied career of Bruce Willis – ranging from films such as Pulp Fiction, The Sixth Sense and Looper.
Christopher Walken’s voice and speech pattern is famous, and Roobla takes a look at what it is able to achieve in his performances.