Category : Reviews

Watch Dogs 2: A Colourful, Wacky and Wonderfully Geeky Adventure

After the PR trainwreck that was the original Watch Dogs, Ubisoft has certainly cleaned their act up for the sequel bringing in some desperately needed humour and colour into the series.   I was one of the very few people who…

0 Comments / 03/01/2017

Between art and reality in Philippe Parreno’s ‘Anywhen’

I visited Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in the early afternoon of a stormy Wednesday — there weren’t many people, only a few entangled couples lying next to me on the museum floor, observing the spectacle above and around: Philippe Parreno’s, Anywhen….

0 Comments / 01/12/2016

I, Daniel Blake (2016) – This year’s must-see

A stunning film that shows the bitter hardships endured by everyday, working-class people living under the Conservative Government’s cane   As a huge fan of Ken Loach’s work, I was more than happy to travel from Elephant and Castle to…

0 Comments / 20/10/2016

Colin Turner’s ‘F-Day: The Second Dawn of Man’ – Question the power of money

Can we live without money? Colin Turner believes so, and after reading his book, I’m beginning to see  he has a point   As with all things that threaten the status quo (such as protests, ideas or Jeremy Corbyn), a…

3 Comments / 03/10/2016

Sonic The Hedgehog (2006): Don’t Worry, It’s Still Just As Awful As You Remember

Widely regarded as one of the worst video games of the last console generation, Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) left a very bad taste in the mouths of many Sonic fans. Nearly ten years on from its initial release, is the…

0 Comments / 24/06/2016