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X-Men: Apocalypse Review

by joshkingofgeekson 22/05/2016
SPOILERS AHEAD!!! “You are no longer students, forget everything your teacher or your mom and dad ever taught you, from now on; you are X-men!” Inspiring words said by Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique; but a pity they come too late in the film to give you any hope for the end credit scene. I’ve been staring at […]

Post Apocalypse: Shattered Immersion

by Tom Sorsbyon 12/04/2016
It’s a funny thing, the post-apocalyptic genre, and I don’t mean in a comedic sense, not that there aren’t end-times comedies out there. No, I just mean that no other genre breaks my willing suspension of disbelief quite like it, the tiniest of logic errors turns something that should be scary and suspenseful into something I […]

Fallout: Shelter – Not Living, Just Surviving

by Callum Tyndallon 18/08/2015
I’m aware I’m a little late to the party here. But Fallout: Shelter has only recently hit the Android market and has been destroying me ever since. You see, as with most of the Fallout games, Shelter seems determined to make the post-apocalypse as harrowing as possible even if, in this mobile iteration, said post-apocalypse is cheerfully animated in cartoon […]

Storm, Jean Grey and Cyclops Cast for X-Men: Apocalypse

by Callum Tyndallon 23/01/2015
A quick news update on the casting of X-Men: Apocalypse has arrived from director Bryan Singer. It was announced by the director on Twitter that Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) will be playing Jean Grey, Tye Sheridan (Joe, Mud) will take up the role of Cyclops and Alexandra Shipp (House of Anubis) will finish the new […]

Rememblog #2: How Angel Showed Me A Darker Heroism

by Callum Tyndallon 19/11/2014
So apparently when I said we’d hopefully be back with this soon I meant 3 months. So, yeah… more than a little awkward at the failure there. Anyway, I am returning once more with the Rememblog, for those of you don’t know what this is I refer you here. For those of you who do remember […]

Bryan Singer confirmed to helm X-Men: Apocalypse.

by jesshealy24on 23/09/2014
It might not come as a surprise to some, but it has been officially confirmed that X-Men veteran Bryan Singer will return to direct the mutant’s upcoming outing, X-Men: Apocalypse. Although Singer had previously mentioned even before Days Of Future Past was released that Apocalypse would be next in the works, it seems that Singer […]

Think You’d Survive A Zombie Apolcalypse? Now’s Your Chance To Prove It

by therockfairyon 08/07/2014
If, like us, you were a little underwhelmed with the trailer for The Walking Dead then why not star in your own version?  OK not exactly The Walking Dead but BBC 3’s version.  “I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse” is a new reality show looking for contestants to show just exactly how they would fare should […]

The Kill Screen #1: I Love You

by Callum Tyndallon 18/05/2014
“Set two years after ‘The Kill Screen’ event, humanity is left on the brink of extinction leaving the remaining survivors caught in a deadly 8-bit fight for survival. No one knows what caused computer errors and technological faults to infect our world, but with a wide range of different dangers, threatening the lives of the […]

Nether Review

by Callum Tyndallon 01/05/2014
“Phosphor’s DayZ killer.” That’s what Rock, Paper, Shotgun called Nether. It’s a bold claim. Ever since the DayZ mod came swaggering onto the Internet, boldly seizing the survival horror crown, a whole host of competitors have sprung up, from the truly abominable WarZ (now hiding under the name of Infestation: Survivor Stories) to more developed titles […]

5 Apocalypses You Are Probably Not Ready For

by The_Dark_Mikeon 25/02/2014
In 2014, we live in a world where the phrase ‘Zombie apocalypse’ is more common than ‘Starbucks coffee’, ‘Microsoft Works’ and ‘Mike’s crazy ex-grilfriends’.  It was the go-to film, book and tv idea of 2013, replacing 2012’s twinkly, twinkly, vampires.The concept of the undead had been somewhat ignored throughout most of the 90s, being relegated […]