Terminator Genisys

Terminator Genisys

Skydance Productions has confirmed that they will be working on the new upcoming Terminator Trilogy, which kicks off next year with the release of Terminator Genisys. Not only with Arnie be back in action as the slightly dilapidated T-800 , but there’s also a new T-800 on the scene, as well as another T-1000 to(…)

Tekken 7 preview

Tekken 7 preview

Ready to fight? Fight me! Bruce Lee may not be putting in an appearance in Bandai Namco’s upcoming return to its amazing fighting game series, but you can bet your last nugget that it’ll be a billion times better than the likes of the recent UFC outing on the Xbox ONE and PlayStation 4. Though(…)

Finding Dory

Finding Dory

Disney will be heading back under the sea in 2015, but it’s not going to be a continuation of Ariel’s storyline, but a return to Nemo and friends, but this time it’s the forgetful blue airhead Dory that manages to get into difficulties. Finding Dory will be Pixar’s 17th animated movie collaboration with Disney, now(…)

An Evening With Noel Fielding review

An Evening With Noel Fielding review

It’s difficult not to like Noel Fielding even when he’s not being particularly funny, and in his latest stand-up show, An Evening With Noel Fielding, there’s a roller coaster ride of ups and downs, with some sections that bomb a little and others that crack the entire audience up, but no matter what he’s always(…)

Post Pop: East Meets West exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery

Post Pop: East Meets West exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery

Pop art has been one of the defining movement of the 20th century, blurting the line between contemporary art and popular culture. With fourteen years down in the 21st century it looks like there’s still no let up on the prolific nature of the genre and the upcoming Post Pop: East Meets West exhibition at(…)

J by Howard Jacobson review

J by Howard Jacobson review

Howard Jacobson’s J is about as difficult to like as it is to finish, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it isn’t worthy of a read. It doesn’t try to be liked; it isn’t going to go out of its way to get you to finish it, but for anyone that pushes through, with slightly(…)

Remember Me brings Michael Palin back to the BBC

Remember Me brings Michael Palin back to the BBC

It’s been a very long time since we last saw Michael Palin getting into any kind of fictional character for a TV performance, but the good news is that the BBC has recently announced that he will be taking the lead role in a new haunting mini-series called Remember Me. Coming hot on the heels(…)

Intersellar review

Intersellar review

As sci-fi and science geeks alike we were always going to give a relatively positive review of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, but the truth is that it’s well worthy of the praise it’s picking up following its cinematic release. Ridiculously ambitious in its content, subject matter and scientific framework, the movie is a smash hit of(…)

Japan slips back into recession as Cameron warns of global economic instability

Japan slips back into recession as Cameron warns of global economic instability

It’s been widely reported that despite significant economic action Japan has now slipped back into a state of recession, with the news coming at the same time as David Cameron delivers stark warnings about the stability of the global economy. With the UK just about keeping its own economic growth on track, there will be(…)

Mens chunky knit cardigans

Mens chunky knit cardigans

It’s not been an easy year to find great mens chunky knit cardigans, but we’ve trawled the high street and a few of the fashion houses to pick out a selection of our favourites. There were a lot of terrible options available that either hang badly, fit like tyres or have woeful elbow pads, but(…)

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