Review: Masters of the Universe Revelation Season 1 / Part 2

Despite the mostly negative response that Masters of the Universe Revelation Season 1 / Part 1 received upon release back in July I actually really enjoyed what we got back then. Each episode of that original five that we got over the summer felt like the kind of classic standalone adventure we used to get …

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Review: Rod Stewart – “The Tears of Hercules”

The Tears of Hercules is Rod Stewart’s 32nd studio album to date and his 4th album of original material since he returned to song writing in 2013 when he released the critically acclaimed Time. At times I think it’s easy to forget Stewart has been releasing music pretty much non-stop for the last 50 years …

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Review: Eternals

I knew nothing about the Eternals before heading into this film and for me, when it comes to Marvel movies, that is a rare thing. I didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t know who any of these characters were, in fact, I didn’t even know who most of these actors were aside from the …

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Review: Wet Wet Wet – “The Journey”

I’m 33 and I don’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t aware of Wet Wet Wet. I’ve grown up with them, I’ve matured and become a man while listening to their music. I’ve spent time working in the music industry more or less full time and they’ve always been one of those …

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Review: Army of Thieves

Army of Thieves sees the return of Matthias Schweigh√∂fer as everyone’s favourite safecracker from Army of the Dead although this time, Matthias also finds himself in the director’s chair in this predominantly zombie free prequel to the Zack Snyder film that was released over during the summer. Serving as an origin story for safecracker, Dieter, …

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Review: Dune (2021)

Dune is probably my most anticipated film of the year so when my local cinema was offering up a preview screening on Monday night, I wasn’t about to turn it down. I read Frank Herbert’s novel in high school and I was obsessed with Dune 2000 on the PS1. There was a time where pretty …

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Review: Halloween Kills

I didn’t really know what to expect from 2018’s Halloween reboot but to my surprised I ended up loving it despite not being overly fond or familiar with the franchise as a whole. Now, Halloween Kills is here, the second instalment of an apparent new trilogy that while being an enjoyable watch, fell into the …

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Review: No Time to Die

No Time to Die marks Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as Ian Fleming’s superspy, James Bond and despite the many, many delays this film has endured over the last year or so and the fact I told myself I wasn’t overly interested in seeing it, I found myself sitting in a packed cinema on …

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Review: Gunpowder Milkshake

Despite being released on Netflix in the United States back in July, only now are we in the UK able to finally see Gunpowder Milkshake despite two of the film’s top stars being from our tiny insignificant little island. Yes, I assume the cinema release in the UK is a way to both capitalise on …

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Review: The Byson Family – “Kick the Traces”

When Phil Campbell (not the one from Mot√∂rhead) parted ways with The Temperance Movement at the beginning of last year I was more than a little disappointed with the announcement. I felt that The Temperance Movement had managed to capture lightning in a bottle and they were easily one of the best things going in …

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