The Woman In Black Review

    Scary films usually don’t interest me. The want to induce fear and uneasiness all to often seems to colour a plot that has potential. However ‘The Woman In Black’ has changed my opinion on this most stagnant genre. It is a mix between a normal ghost story and a psychological thriller.  Part of …

Brand New – Manchester Academy 9/02/12

        Brand New, ironically enough, aren’t as their name suggests. With four albums under their belt they’ve really become quite seasoned in what they do. While a lot of people claim them to be over hyped and bordering on the pretentious, their fans, who are here in force tonight, are some of …

Review – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    On the back of the acclaimed previous Elder Scrolls game Oblivion and other successful projects such as the Fallout series and Brink, Bethesda had established themselves as the go to developers for the RPG genre. Skyrim was four year’s in the making and after it’s hefty development time fans expected nothing else than …

League Of Legends Review

    When we think of games that are ‘Free to Play’ these days, we still have this preconception within ourselves that the game will either be very one-dimensional like Angry Birds, or just sub-par or quite frankly rubbish. However, this pre conception should have fizzed away, with games like Guild Wars having graced our …

The Artist : Film review

    Dir – Michel Haznavicius (Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo, John Goodman, James Cromwell,) Michael Haznavicus has written and directed a very simple story of a Hollywood star, George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) who, through his status, can overrule studio managers (John Goodman) by sheer weight of his importance to the studio and the films he …