Brightest Day Volume 1

After the dramatic events of ‘Blackest Night’, many questions were left unanswered. What was the white light and who is the guardian of the earth? In ‘Brightest Day’ the twelve
By Neilan Adams on 16 Mar 2012

Binary Domain

There are very few games (or any form of entertainment media) today that can boast that they were developed and produced with passion and enthusiasm, that come off as an
By Guest on 14 Mar 2012


Woody Allen has a brand of comedy unique to his movies. They mostly involve intellectual quirky characters and a lead that most usually suffers from some form of verbal diarrhoea,
By Jarrod Saunders on 13 Mar 2012

Batman Streets of Gotham: Hush Money

After the tragic events of ‘Final Crisis’ Batman is thought to be dead. In the aftermath, his former protégé Dick Grayson and son Damian take up the reins as the
By Neilan Adams on 13 Mar 2012

Saints Row The Third

Saints Row the Third is a game with no moral compass. Those who have played through the previous titles are probably already aware of that. It’s a game that allows
By Guest on 12 Mar 2012

Thor: For Asgard

When Odin goes on a mysterious journey, he leaves Thor in charge of the empire. Thor soon discovers that being a leader is far more difficult than he could have
By Neilan Adams on 09 Mar 2012

Final Destination 5

Those who enjoy watching good look teenagers die in horrific, yet creative, ways will probably be pleased to hear that there has been yet another release in the blood-splattering franchise.
By Jarrod Saunders on 08 Mar 2012

WWE 12

Like clockwork, since 2004, every year THQ releases a WWE game. WWE 12 probably needs no introduction. It’s the fourteenth game in the popular wrestling series and has already gained
By Guest on 05 Mar 2012

Green Lantern Agent Orange

After Hal Jordan’s romp with the Red Lanterns in Rage of the Red Lanterns, a blue ring of hope decides to conscript him into the Blue Lantern Corps. Unable to
By Neilan Adams on 01 Mar 2012


Any movie that desperately attempts to ride on the back of the success of Twilight is in grave danger of being completely ridiculous. Whether the fault lies with John Singelton’s
By Jarrod Saunders on 29 Feb 2012

One Day Review

Reminiscent of The Notebook, One Day, based on the best-selling novel of the same name, and adapted for the screen by the same writer, David Nicholls, tugs at our heart-strings
By Jarrod Saunders on 28 Feb 2012

Warrior Review – A Movie Worth Fighting For

At first glance, Warrior seems to be just another sports movie, chock-full of clichés with a typical story and predictable results. Not surprising, Warrior does have a lot of the
By Guest on 26 Feb 2012