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.
Roobla spends some time with fellow sci-fi fan and Chewbacca hopeful for Star Wars Episode VII, Jonny Mathers.
We take a sneak peek behind the scenes of some of the most talked about films of this year’s London Film Festival, courtesy of Amex Entertainment
We take a look at some of the lessons cinema’s greatest biopics have for future cinematic outings…
One Roobla reviewer’s plea for a little more brutality when it comes down to the final cut.
We provide a list of movies that had the potential to be great but turned out to be let downs.
British actors are often portrayed as villains in Hollywood movies and Roobla introduces five of the best.
Sequels seem to be good for the box office, but why are they disliked by critics? Featuring The Mummy, Saw and The Hangover.