Category: Review

Review: Savages

On Friday night I headed to fortyfivedownstairs for Patricia Cornelius‘ new piece, Savages, a play about the notion of gender. Cornelius explains that, “…there...

Review: July Days Album Launch

July Days’ The Night Is For Hunting Album Launch 10th August, Ding Dong Lounge After a short wait in Market Lane (entertained by a delightful...

Coming Soon: Blue Jasmine

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana Neuroticism is a oft common theme of Woody Allen’s work,...

Review: Suicide Risk #4

If you’re a fan of superhero comics, you really need to read this series from BOOM! Studios. In fact, if you’re aware in passing...

Review: Now You See Me

There is a certain appeal about magic that invigorates individuals; the Harry Potter series is a prime example of this. Another theme that catches...

Review: Olympus Has Fallen

Gerard Butler is no stranger to action films. From 300 to Rocknrolla, he has fought and battled his way through many grim situations. Olympus...

Review: Complex 90

Detective fiction has changed a lot over the years. Some crime/mystery novels no longer even feature detectives or police as a part of their...

Review: Red Dead Redemption

Rockstar games is one of the biggest game production companies in the world, this can be attributed to the fact that they DON’T MAKE...

Review: Pacific Rim

If you’ve seen the trailers for Pacific Rim you know pretty much what to expect. On the most superficial level it’s a CGI-soaked blockbuster about...