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INTERVIEW WITH MIKE HEALD & PREVIEW OF WULVER BLADE @ PLAY EXPO 2014

by Matt Gearyon 21/10/2014
We had the distinct Honour of talking to Mike Heald of Fully Illustrated, and Creative Director of Wulver Blade. An Old School type Beatem up, set in Ancient Britain, at the time of the Roman occupation. http://wulverblade.com/ ” It’s 120AD and the Roman army have seized control of the south of Britannia. Their goal, to […]
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Ned Benson & Cassandra Kulukundis Interview – LFF 2014

by Phoebeon 21/10/2014
Having made it no secret that I’m a sucker for The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, (I mean c’mon, Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy in the same film? What’s not to love?!) when presented with the opportunity to sit down with director Ned Benson and producer Cassandra Kulukundis at this year’s London Film Festival, naturally I […]

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MCM London Comic Con set to return

by Phoebeon 21/10/2014
MCM London is back! Can you believe it’s that time of year already? Returning once more to the Excel centre this weekend (that’s the 24th – 26th October, kids) you can rest assured you’re in for a typical pop-culture dosage to assail your need for geekness,if you pop on over and check it out. So […]

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Review: Lone Survivor (PS4)

by Sai Mealingon 21/10/2014
If the key to survival horror is in state of the art visuals and immersion then clearly nobody has every informed indie developer Jasper Byrne of that. While the likes of The Last of Us, The Evil Within and Alien Isolation use the newest gaming hardware to keep you on the edge of your seat, […]
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Eddard Stark… in Space! Sean Bean joins the cast of The Martian.

by SeanPWallaceon 21/10/2014
The Martian by Andy Weir is probably one of the big publishing hits of 2014. A story about a man trapped alone on a Mars colony long after the idea of such a thing has become quite dull, and the trials he faces in surviving until a rescue mission from Earth can arrive, it is critically-acclaimed […]

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Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Expansion Announced

by Nick Hancheton 20/10/2014
Square Enix have announced the first expansion to the hugely popular Final Fantasy MMO, Final Fantasy XIV. Game Director Naoki Yoshida (Yoshi-P to the community) announced the new expansion during his keynote speech at their first Final Fantasy XIV Fanfest in Las Vegas (18-19 October 2014), giving fans small glimpses into what will be included. […]

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The Duke of Burgundy – LFF 2014

by Phoebeon 19/10/2014
It’s not everyday that I come out of the cinema wondering what on Earth I’ve just watched, but at this year’s BFI London Film Festival, Peter Strickland’s The Duke of Burgundy did precisely that – and not in a bad way. It’s hard to really put into words the influx of emotions and bonkers thoughts […]

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Camp X-Ray – LFF 2014

by Phoebeon 19/10/2014
If you were to say to me a month ago, let’s watch a film about Guantanamo Bay, I can safely say that it would not have been at the top of my list for things to skip off to the cinema for. As a subject, it’s something so seeped in negativity and politics, that to […]
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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them – LFF 2014

by Phoebeon 19/10/2014
Although no stranger to the festival circuit, one of my favourite films of the year so far has to be Ned Benson’s offering of The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them which premièred in London on Friday night as part of the line-up for this year’s BFI London Film Festival. Originally designed as two separate films, The […]