Top Ten Modern Action Films – Milo

A few more rules to this one. • No superhero films. • Nothing before 2000. • No Tarantino. • No Action Comedies. If these rules weren't in place, the list would be compiled exclusively of Marvel, DC, Kill Bill and Cornetto Trilogy. As always, I will add things that need adding. I can't be bothered to think…Read more Top Ten Modern Action Films – Milo

Sylosis – Monolith (2012) Review

Sylosis is another one of those bands that I have started listening to in the past few months, and is my most recent find. It may well be the best find of them all. Sylosis are a thrash metal band at heart; with shredding riffs, prevalent drums and generally a fast tempo to their music.…Read more Sylosis – Monolith (2012) Review

Inside Out (2015) – Review

I've been dying to see this since it was announced. The hype wasn't built up in an obvious way but those that wanted to know, knew. When I watched it, I wasn't disappointed, not in the slightest. It's clear by now that Pixar have a clear format for their films, a format that works. They…Read more Inside Out (2015) – Review

Top Ten British Comedies (TV) – Milo

With dramas bursting out of every crevice of television, a good, genuinely funny, British comedy is a rarer occurrence than, maybe, 7 years ago. If you haven't already guessed by the title, that is what I'm ranking, listing, what have you. Here it is, the top ten British comedies, I'll probably edit this post if I…Read more Top Ten British Comedies (TV) – Milo

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (2013) Review

Well... I never thought I'd be watching this film today. It is the most random, perplexingly odd and obscure film I've ever seen. This film is in fact a Swedish made adaption of an English book, starring literally no actor I have heard of. I would like to say I have never read the book,…Read more The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (2013) Review

Prince of Persia: the Forgotten Sands (PS3/Xbox 360, 2010) Review

Prince of Persia: the Forgotten Sands is a game that is somewhat plagued by the fact that it was released within months of the film, Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, which was widely perceived as mediocre. And so it was instantly given bad reputation as a tie-in of sorts with the movie. What I…Read more Prince of Persia: the Forgotten Sands (PS3/Xbox 360, 2010) Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) – Review

As soon as this film was announced, it already had a bad reputation with anyone who hadn't been living in a cave since 2007. Even I wasn't expecting anything good, or acceptable for that matter. However, it was acceptable. It wasn't brilliant, it wasn't really good, it was acceptable. The story was basic, criminally basic.…Read more Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) – Review

School of Rock (2003) – Review

Time for another movie review. I haven't seen a new movie though, so I'll write one about an old one instead, 12 years too late but who cares? I don't, do you? Seeing that Jack Black hasn't done anything notable of late, I'd thought I'd write something about one of his finest, funniest and flippin' fantastic…Read more School of Rock (2003) – Review

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (PC) – Review

It is I, Emmanuel! Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft created by Blizzard Entertainment, the creators of World of Warcraft. Hearthstone is a card game, a collecting card game. The amazing thing about Hearthstone is it's system requirements as you don't need a £1000 gaming PC to run it, in fact, you can play it on a…Read more Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (PC) – Review