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A Tale of Internet Spaceships – EVE Documentary will be released free online from 11th July 2014

by James Woodheadon 11/07/2014
EVE Online is one of the world’s leading MMO’s. In it’s 11th year. the galactic sized sandbox where players compete for resources, territory, bragging rights and those ever precious newbie tears is stronger than ever and surviving considerably better than some other veteran MMO’s. While EVE doesn’t boast the player base of some other veteran […]

An Unreleased Bill Murray Movie for Your Entertainment Pleasure and it’s Free

by James Woodheadon 10/07/2014
If you’re a die hard Bill Murray fan, you may know this, otherwise if you’re a regular standing fan, it might be a pleasant surprise. In 1984 Billy Murray played a Bus Conductor to the Moon, he starred along Zach Galligan of Gremlins fame and Dan Aykroyd cameos as his boss and it was directed […]

Remakes, reboots and a list of 65 of them to rant about

by James Woodheadon 03/07/2014
Before you skip right to the list, stick with me for a minute. It’ll make your outrage even sweeter. They’re going to remake the Six Million Man. I’m not entirely sure how you can remake a movie of something that was never a movie, but they’re going to anyway. Had the pre-production marketing plugged it […]

Nathan Fillion confirmed to appear in Guardians of the Galaxy

by James Woodheadon 24/06/2014
On Friday The Latino Review posted speculation that Nathan Fillion would be appearing in Guardians of the Galaxy.  Since then, director James Gunn has confirmed on Twitter that the Firefly star will indeed make an appearance, although we’re led to believe that this is more of a cameo than a role. Originally the speculation was that Fillion would […]

Record breaking console game auction passes $750k – Could hardcore gaming be a good valid retirement plan?

by James Woodheadon 21/06/2014
As collections go, Michael Thomasson’s collection of 10,607 console games is astoundingly impressive. Spread over 35 different gaming systems and collected over 25 years, there is no denying that this a collection to be proud of. But after 25 years, Michael decided to part with his treasured collection and offered it up to auction through […]

Destiny Beta is coming in July 2014

by James Woodheadon 08/05/2014
    Destiny is a post apocalyptic first-person shooter in which Guardians, the front line fighters and last line of defence defending the last human city on Earth, eagerly awaited by gamers from the creators of Halo, Activition and Bungie. Bungie announced over twitter yesterday that Destiny will be opening it’s Beta in July, giving […]

Watch Dogs Delay and Ubisofts Commitment to Quality

by James Woodheadon 18/04/2014
Read through the comments on any downloadable game and you’ll see one phrase come up over and over, bugs.  With almost universal internet access, developers can easily update games to correct mistakes, oversights or outright screw ups in their software through a downloadable update or patch. This has opened up huge potential for developers to […]

Game of Thrones breaks new illegal download record (again…)

by James Woodheadon 18/04/2014
When HBOs Game of Thrones isn’t busy killing off it’s cast at a record breaking rate, it’s breaking records of another kind, downloads. HBO have come under heavy criticism for the restricted release of the series which has collectively racked up millions of file sharing downloads every week throughout it’s 10 episode series cycles.  Their […]

Scarface, Rebooting a Legend and Playing with Political Fire

by James Woodheadon 25/03/2014
Last week I let out a little rant about the subject of reboots, it seems this week will be the same. Last night, The Wrap revealed that Chilean director, Pablo Larrain (Academy Award nominee for “No” as Foreign Language film) will be taking over the helm to from David Yates (Harry Potter and the Deathly […]

The Grudge – Rebooted…

by James Woodheadon 22/03/2014
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) frequently tells us how the creative industries are under threat from the copyright infringing scourge of piracy. So we can only presume that the creative industries have lost the war and creativity is dead as we delve deeper into 2014 with a yet more pointless reboots of movies.  […]