Category: Reviews

Review: Thunder Force

Starring Melisa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer, Thunder Force is an action / comedy set in a world where sociopaths develop superpowers after the planet was struck by cosmic rays in the early 1980’s. The film sees two childhood friends reunite in adulthood to fight crime after they take an experimental treatment to give them superpowers …

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Review: Echo Machine – “Instant Transmissions”

Firstly, yes I do know this album came out like a year ago but I only actually find out about it on Friday when I was sent the video for the band’s cover of Peremen. Hailing from Dundee, Echo Machine are a blast of 80’s inspired synth-pop with a modern twist, up to date production …

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Review: Chaos Walking

Directed by Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow / The Bourne Identity), Chaos Walking stars Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley fleeing for their lives from the tyrannical mayor of a small settlement, played by Mads Mikkelsen. Set on a distant world in the year 2257 where the thoughts of men can be heard aloud by anyone …

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Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

At just under 2hrs. Godzilla vs. Kong may be the shortest of the MonsterVerse films thus far but it may also be the best of them and while usually I enjoy longer films, if Zack Snyder’s Justice League has taught me anything its that sometimes trimming some of the fat can definitely be a good …

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Review: Paradise City Season 1

To my surprise American Satan was one of the better films of 2017 so I was really looking forward to seeing where Paradise City was going to take the characters and story that had been so carefully crafted for that film. Set a couple of years down the road from American Satan, Paradise City continues …

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Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Like most people I was terribly disappointed in 2017’s Justice League so I was happy to see an alternative version of the film being made available as I always found the Donner Cut of Superman II to be an interesting take on what could have been and I viewed Zack Snyder’s Justice League in a …

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Review: Mason Hill – “Against the Wall”

My appreciation for Mason Hill goes back to around 2015 when I saw the band play Wildfire Festival. So, needless to say, I’ve been waiting on this album for a while now. So long in fact, by the time it was released I had forgotten about it. To be completely honest, it wasn’t until someone …

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Review: WandaVision Season 1

When WandaVision first began in January I really didn’t know what to make of it. I didn’t really get the concept of the show as a whole and I’ve never been a huge an of the Wanda Maximoff character in the films. But, given the fact it is the only entry into the Marvel Cinematic …

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Review: Estrella – “We Will Go On”

After three years of waiting, the long awaited follow up to Estrella’s stunning debut album is finally upon us. Since the release of Come Out and Play way back in 2012, the boys from Thurso have played the UK from top to bottom alongside some of the biggest name’s in rock and they have amassed …

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Lulu – “Making Life Rhyme” Review

I can’t remember a single point in my life when I didn’t know who Lulu was. Since the 1960’s, she has become such an integral part of pop culture that you’d be hard pushed to find anyone that doesn’t know Lulu’s music in some form or another. However despite her longevity, Lulu has never quite managed to escape the …

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