Skip to content

Spoiler – It’s Ok to say The Last of Us Part 2 has Problems

Having finally finished The Last of Us Part 2, the first thing many people want to do is get their thoughts on it out into the world. I enjoyed my […]

F1 2020 Schumacher edition
gaming 0

F1 2020 Schumacher Edition – Driving Fast has Never Been so Easy

I’m a lapsed F1 fan. I used to watch every session, read up on the politics and idolise the drivers. Unfortunately, when Michael Schumacher had his skiing accident, I lost […]

Minecraft Dungeons
gaming 0

Minecraft Dungeons Review – Diablo for Beginners

Anyone with a small child who is into gaming will have come up against the same struggle. Finding a game that isn’t too hard yet is also enough of a […]

John Wick PS4
Films 0

John Wick Hex PS4 Review -You Aren’t as Good as Wick

Despite the misleading title, John Wick Hex is an excellent game that not only captures the feel of the films but puts you in complete control of the master assassin’s […]

Fantasy 2

Final Fantasy 7 Remake – A New Bar for Remakes

I was an N64 gamer, meaning I missed out on Final Fantasy 7 and all the hype the first time around. Over the years I tried many times to play […]

doom slayer helmet
gaming 0

DOOM Eternal – Gaming Taken to 11

2016 Doom was one of the early games reviewed on this website and it remains one of the very best examples of a game that has no pretences or aspirations […]

some of the characters from Dreams
advice 0

Dreams on PS4 – The Options are Endless

This is my sort of thing. Many times over the years I’ve felt a burst of creativity and threw myself headlong into a new thing. Whether it is writing a […]

The Sun in Sunshine
Comics 1

Formative Films – Danny Boyle’s Sunshine (2007)

What really makes this a formative film to me is the way Boyle, taking inspiration from Alien, 2001 and the original Solaris, tried and succeeded with his first effort in the Sci-Fi genre. Unfortunately, because he hadn’t prior success in the field people didn’t view it as kindly as it deserved despite it showing that a director who studies other films of the type can make an original film in his own right to add to the masterpieces.