I Am Not a Serial Killer - DVD review

CoverJohn Wayne Cleaver is a 17 year old boy who helps his mother at the mortuary. He has a somewhat unhealthy obsession with serial killers to the point he has a therapist. The town is living in fear as several people have been killed or gone missing. When John spots someone acting suspiciously on more than one occasion he surreptitiously follows the figure to a surprising revelation. But it’s one thing knowing who the killer is, it’s quite another doing something about it... [click here...]

 

 

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage - Soundtrack

CoverVarèse Sarabande release the soundtrack for xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. The film features original music composed by Brian Tyler and Robert Lydecker. The third explosive chapter of the blockbuster franchise finds extreme athlete turned government operative Xander Cage coming out of self-imposed exile and on a collision course with deadly alpha warrior Xiang and his team in a race to recover a sinister and seemingly unstoppable weapon known as Pandora’s Box... [click here...]

 

The LEGO Batman Movie - Soundtrack review

CoverWaterTower Music releases Lorne Balfe's original score for The LEGO Batman Movie. The album contains 16 tracks (53 min, 31 sec) of rich gothic music, not dissimilar in places to Danny Elfman's scores for Tim Burton's '80s/'90s Batman movies... [click here...]

 

Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star (PS4) - review

CoverFate/Extella: The Umbral Star is the latest game in the series. The previous outing covered the Holy Grail War which had three factions battle to win this prize. Here the game pick up with the war won and the computer and the virtual reality world that it contains. With SE.RA.PH masters, through their servants, continue their ceremonial battles... [click here...]

 

Underworld: Blood Wars - Soundtrack review

CoverMichael Wandmacher delivers a powerful score for the latest installment in the Underworld franchise, Blood Wars. The movie follows Vampire death dealer, Selene as she fends off brutal attacks from both the Lycan clan and the Vampire faction that betrayed her. With her only allies, David and his father Thomas, she must stop the eternal war between Lycans and Vampires, even if it means she has to make the ultimate sacrifice... [click here...]

 

Defender (Hardback) - Book review

CoverDefender is a post-apocalyptic novel. It's not revealed how, but the people of the world suddenly started hearing voices, or at least the majority did. What followed was an epidemic of murder and suicide which decimated civilisation, leaving the earth sparsely populated, into which the good must contend with the strong... [click here...]

 

Star Wars: Rogue One - U-Wing Model - Review

CoverRevell release its new Star Wars: Rogue One series of model kits. The U-wing Fighter is a sturdy troop transport and gunship used by the Rebel Alliance, it's a well-armed swing-wing vessel that must penetrate heavy fire zones to deposit soldiers onto battlefields and then fly air support during dangerous missions against the Empire. The model comes complete with light and sound effects for even more fun. It's easy to put together, straight out of the box. Glue, paint or tools are not required... [click here...]

 

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - Movie review

CoverSet immediately before Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story details how the Rebellion got hold of those Death Star plans - y'know the stuff Princess Leia shoves into R2-D2 right at the beginning of the ''first'' film. It has the fortunate position of being able to create a whole new story, with a whole new set of characters, whilst still being able to use the familiar framework of the main franchise... [click here...]

 

Jon Spira (Director) - Elstree 1976 - Interview

CoverJon Spira works at the British Film Institute (BFI) Southbank as an Audio Video Producer making documentaries that examine film culture. His 2011 independent music documentary about the music scene in Oxford, Anyone Can Play Guitar, was listed as one of the ‘20 music films you need to see’ by the NME. Spira has also worked as a screenwriter, music video director, taught filmmaking and owned and operated Videosyncratic - his own mini-chain of two independent video shops. His latest movie, Elstree 1976, interviews individuals who appeared, but had their faces obscured by either masks or heavy makeup, in the original 1977 Star Wars movie... [click here...]

 

Kindred (Hardback) - Graphic novel review

CoverDana is a young, twenty-six year old, African American woman. With her husband she has relocated from Los Angeles and looks forward to settling down in her new home and the life experiences that this may entail. What she wasn’t expecting was to be physically drawn back to the Deep South at a time when slavery was rife. What appears to be drawing her back is a young boy named Rufus who seems to be able to rip her through time when his life is at risk... [click here...]