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‘La La Land’ Review

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For many, there is a golden age of cinema. I have some customers of a certain age who look for nothing but westerns, whispering John Wayne’s name in reverent hushes like he was a saint. Others think fondly of movies where song and dance, names like Rogers and Hammerstein or Fred Astaire mean more than any hero waving a six …

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Steve’s Top Ten Video Games of 2016

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2016 has been a fascinating year both a fascinating year both personally and from a global perspective. For myself, I’ve had near death experience in cars, seen friends find happiness and heartaches as well as traveled to a part of the world filled with mountains and ancient ruins. Yet I’ve have seen anger swelling up all over the world from …

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Most Improved, Best Expansion & Biggest Disappointment

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This week we begin our game of the year deliberations. In the first podcast we talk about the following categories The Most Improved, Best Expansion DLC or Early Access and the Biggest Disappointment. This is how we got the following winners. Most Improved: Watchdogs 2   (Winner) Battlefield One (Runner-Up) Best DLC, Early Access or Expansion: Witcher 3: Heart of …

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Gamecast 26/12/2016

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The last of the real news for the year when it comes to gaming was back in the early part of December. Brendan and Steve finally get round to talking about the PSX and The Video Games awards. We talk through the plethora of announcements as well as Final Fantasy XV. As always enjoy the gamescast!!!! Download this episode (right …

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‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Review

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It was always obvious that when Disney acquired Lucasfilm that the property would not lay dormant for long and even more so the economics of it all would mean that we would see more Star Wars film than even. Rogue One: A Star Wars story seemed liked from the outside seemed like the truest expression of this economic agenda more …

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‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life’ Review

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People often remember beloved shows with a nostalgic hindsight, glossing over its flaws and reminiscing that one day you would love to have it back. Recent years have made that latter wish a reality as more and more as TV shows are revived for limited runs. The reality has been a mixed bag, though in terms of quality. With perhaps …

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Watchcast (26/11/2016)

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This was recorded about a month to go and I’m hard pressed to remember what it’s all about. There is the shock of the Walking Dead Finale, Westworld and probably something Star Wars, Something super hero and probably a whole lot of catch up. As always we hope you enjoy. Download this episode (right click and save)

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‘Arrival’ Review

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The release of Arrival comes at a poignant and important time. A film that speaks about our ability (or inability) to communicate with each other whether it be in terms of politics, race, diplomacy or having a drink at your local pub. Storytelling has always had that ability to thread the metaphorical needle of making us think and feel about …

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‘Doctor Strange’ Review

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It’s getting to that point for Marvel Studios where they must pull out the lesser known heroes to make new franchises, Doctor Strange is one such character. I had no idea who he was but enrolling geek favourite Benedict Cumberbatch and an introduction of magic rather than super powers as the driving impetuous seemed like the right idea. But does …