Review: Dinner (2015)
A 12 minute short which really packs a punch.
Review: Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality (2017)
An immersive, comedic and super interactive game that I only wish was longer. For fans of VR and, of course, Rick & Morty is not worth missing.
Review: Demon Hunter (2016)
She kicks arse like a modern day Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Is the Demon Hunter what Ireland needs?
Review: GLOW (2017)
Fist fights? Cat fights? Spandex?! This new 80s comedy-drama from the producers of Orange Is the New Black has it all covered - just.
Review: Seasons After Fall (2016)
A meditative trip into a fairy tale world that is as artistic as it is challenging.
Review: SunnyCam Exteme Edition Video Recording Eyewear
A comfortable to wear recording device that avoids the need for cumbersome cameras strapped to your person to record those moments of action.
Review: My Name Is Lenny (2017)
If you want something different from the summer blockbusters, this hard-hitting gritty drama is worth checking out.
Review: Don’t Hang Up (2016)
Some good ideas and interesting twists, but the unlikeable main characters really let the film down.
Review: The Mummy (2017)
Universal’s first monstrous update courts sarcophagus-loaded missteps, the worst one being a focus on justifying the universe it is in rather than itself.
Review: Beholder – Blissful Sleep DLC (2017)
Blissful Sleep is an interesting little DLC that delves deeper into the dystopian future of Beholder, with tough decisions to make - Oh, and a pet cat.
Review: It was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt Pepper & Beyond (2017)
The Beatles' Sgt Peppers is one of the most important albums of all time. This review discusses its importance within the context of this music documentary.
Review: Crossout (2017)
An enjoyable game with a wide array of features that does everything it offers well, but never really tries anything new to help it excel or stand out.
Video: Bad Taste Review – Maiden Voyage Ocean Hijack (2004)
Is it just bad or so bad, it's good?
Review: Vindictive Drive (2017)
Vindictive Drive is a strong attempt, by a small crew, made for a possibly even smaller niche of gamers.
Review: Dough (2015)
Whiff of genuine charm from the leads stops 'Baking Bad' some inches away from being a total snoozer.