A review of St Albans band Enter Shikari’s latest album.
Steven Spielberg’s effects showered referential Sci-Fi spectacle brings Ernest Cline’s novel very comfortably to the big screen.
Peter Rabbit could have been better but likewise could have been a lot worse in this modernised take on Beatrix Potter that will please the intended crowd.
While not the video game adaption to shatter the curse, Tomb Raider is still an enjoyable beginning for Vikander’s tougher take on Lara Croft.
The game is inspired by arena fighting classics such as League of Legends, DOTA, and would appeal to most MOBA players, as well as newcomers.
DECOKA’s wired in-ear headphones feature noise cancellation, a built-in microphone and 20 hours of playback…
A charming shaggy dog adventure.
A promising start that soon disappoints.
Will The Council, with its focus on social influence and RPG mechanics, be an innovative addition to the well-trodden Telltale Games adventure formula?
Black Panther is a celebration of African culture and a refreshingly distinctive entry into the MCU.
Fast, funny, action packed and crazy as hell. Never a dull moment, and a welcome back to the screen for the Nicolas Cage of old.
Solistice Chronicles: MIA is a survival twin stick shooter that feels a little like a hybrid of Doom and Diablo.
So near but yet so far in converting non-Christie believers
Fifty Shades Freed sees the bafflingly huge Fifty Shades phenomena reach its climax, the results being groaning bemusement instead of wailing excitement.
Good sci-fi, but not necessarily good Star Trek.