PS3 Review: Saw II: Flesh and Blood

PS3 Review: Saw II: Flesh and Blood
Like the films, Saw II: Flesh & Blood is, sadly, a rushed game cobbled together in time for a Halloween with little regard to quality or genuine entertainment...

Blu-Review: Space 1999: Series 1

Blu-Review: Space 1999: Series 1
With a stunningly restored HD transfer and an exhaustive, mammoth selection of special features, Network DVD’s Blu-ray set is everything that fans of the show could ask for and the best presentation the show is ever likely to receive...

Blu-Review: Dirty Dancing: The Keepsake Edition

Blu-Review: Dirty Dancing: The Keepsake Edition
Dirty Dancing fans may have had to endure more DVD re-releases than Ernest Borgnine’s had hot meals, but I can’t imagine what more they could add to top this, and it’s surely the essential, definitive, must-have set for lovers of the film...

PSN Review: Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1

PSN Review: Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
It’s a game fuelled by nostalgia, and won’t be of much interest to those who never liked the original games, but for Sonic fans, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 is exactly what they’ve wanted for over a decade – a new, back-to-basics entry in the series with amazing, addictive gameplay...

Blu-Review: Zombies of Mass Destruction

Blu-Review: Zombies of Mass Destruction
Ultimately, the film suffers from a shaky, uneven tone, while the lack of experienced actors with great comic timing dampens the intended drama and lessens the impact of a few jokes, it’s still intensely funny and leaps and bounds above the quality of most low-budget horror movies...

Blu-Review: 30 Days of Night: Dark Days

Blu-Review: 30 Days of Night: Dark Days
If you’re intent on knowing what 30 Days of Night: Dark Days has to offer, then just catch a random episode of Blade: The Series on cable instead; same plot, locations and production values and it’ll be over in half the time...

PSN Review: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

PSN Review: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
Packing a tonne of creative, challenging and intelligently designed puzzles, fast, fierce and frantic action, a great co-op mode and an absolute wealth of replay value, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light breathes new life into the franchise and is an essential download experience...

PS3 Review: HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval

PS3 Review: HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval
HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval is sadly heavily marred by clunky presentation and some glaring oversights that make the game a chore to come to grips with. If you have the patience to stick with it and navigate the awkward learning curve, though, there’s a worthwhile RTS game hiding under the flaws...

Blu-Review: StreetDance 3D

Blu-Review: StreetDance 3D
StreetDance is an incredible amount of fun and a fantastic showcase for the dance talent assembled. For all the ‘Britain’s answer to Step Up’ posturing, it’s as American as apple pie served up on the Declaration of Independence by Colonel Sanders himself, embracing all the colourful,...

DVD Review: The Disappearance of Alice Creed

DVD Review: The Disappearance of Alice Creed
Like any thriller that leans on twists and character revelations to propel its narrative, it’s debatable whether the film has any repeat value after its barrage of surprises have been unloaded. That being said though, on first watch it does exactly as intended, delivering an incredibly exhilarating...