Blu-Review: A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventures (Incl. Sainsbury’s Exclusive DVD Review)

Blu-Review: A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventures (Incl. Sainsbury’s Exclusive DVD Review)
Visuals aside, parents might be disappointed to find that there’s not a great deal of all-ages Pixar appeal in A Turtle’s Tale. Even so, it’s a film squarely aimed at kids, for whom it’s a cute, colourful and charming adventure with a commendable message. If your rugrats loved Finding...

Blu-Review: Animal Kingdom

Blu-Review: Animal Kingdom
A stark, stunning and intensely gripping crime drama, Animal Kingdom proves there’s plenty of life still left in the gangster movie and is essential viewing for fans of the genre...

PS3 Review: Tour de France 2011

PS3 Review: Tour de France 2011
The game goes out of its way to makes itself near impossible for newcomers to understand or enjoy, while dated, lazy visuals, roster tweaks and lifeless gameplay mean that it’s not anything close to the great licensed game that cycling fans might have hoped for, either...

PSN Review: Star Raiders

PSN Review: Star Raiders
Those with nostalgic attachment to the original or those craving some space dogfight action might be tempted to check out Star Raiders, but while there’s some initial fun to be found, the repetitive nature of the mission, the drab and variety-free visuals and the clunkiness in design lead to the game...

PSN Review: Puzzle Dimension

PSN Review: Puzzle Dimension
Though the lack of any extended online value is disappointing, the core game is still a visually stunning and devilishly challenging puzzle game that’s well worth sinking your teeth into...

DVD Review: The Resident

DVD Review: The Resident
Though far from a masterpiece and a little too generic, The Resident is still a slick, taut and occasionally unnerving little psycho-thriller. It’s not the Hammer comeback you might’ve hoped for, but as a late-night popcorn horror movie, it packs plenty of thrills and tension...

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