Monthly Archive: July 2014

Review: Species: The Awakening

The first Species released in 1996 was a heartwarming story about an oversexed human/alien hybrid (Natasha Henstridge) on the look for all too willing...

Review: Les Misérables

Watching Boubil & Schönberg’s Les Misérables, you tend to remember very quickly that, well, it really is a musical, and a sung-through musical at...

Review: Pompeii

Looking for an epic romance story that is somewhere between Titanic and the TV series Rome, via Gladiator? If so, youíre in for a...

Review: Tim’s Vermeer

Tim’s Vermeer is a brand spanking new documentary film by stage and television duo Penn and Teller. The film follows the inventor Tim Jenison’s...

Growing Up Playing Games

Board games have existed for years. Chances are, that during your childhood you’ve encountered some sort of game with your parents, friends or siblings...