Enter the Dragon (1973) – Review

After adding Mr. Lee to my Top Fifteen Male Movie Badasses, it sparked an inspiration, an inspiration to watch Enter the Dragon. A confusing inspiration, I know, seeing that I added Lee's role from Game of Death. However, this wasn't on Sky Movies and who rents stuff nowadays? As I watched it, I was stunned…Read more Enter the Dragon (1973) – Review

Fant4stic Four? (2015) – Review

I was never really excited for this film. Deep down, I thought this was going to be great but I was reluctant due to the mahussive let downs the 2005 and 2007 films were. They were so bad I hated them before I knew what a bad film was. Moreover, I was never overly fond…Read more Fant4stic Four? (2015) – Review

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (Xbox One/PS4, 2014) – Review

As Ground Zeroes dropped as the Xbox One Games with Gold this month, I was relieved that I was going to be able to play the glorified demo without paying £17.83 for it. I have never been a massive MGS fan and I'm pretty crap at stealth gameplay. However, if Phantom Pain is anything like…Read more Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (Xbox One/PS4, 2014) – Review

Kick-Ass (2010) – Review

THIS IS THE GRAPHIC NOVEL, NOT THE MOVIE. I have mentioned this before (see Mars Attacks Judge Dredd Review) for it's art but Kick-Ass, the lovechild of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr., has so many other strong qualities going for it. The writing is witty yet realistic, the violence, oh the violence, will have…Read more Kick-Ass (2010) – Review

Top Fifteen Male Movie Badasses – Milo

No! Don't leave immediately because of the exclusion of females! There will be a seperate list for them so they all get the recognition they deserve. These are the men of cinema that kick ass. They cause pain in those that are against them and they do it in a way that makes moviegoers go "oooh!…Read more Top Fifteen Male Movie Badasses – Milo

Rage Against the Machine – Evil Empire (1996) Review

I'd prefer a nice empire. Oh boy. Rage Against the Machine. They're the best. Well, maybe not the best; but one of the best. Rap, metal and rock all in one insane riff-filled package: that is Rage Against the Machine's music. This, Evil Empire, is the album that properly got me into them; as before…Read more Rage Against the Machine – Evil Empire (1996) Review

Top Ten Films I’ve Watched – Speedy

Alright. I like films. I like watching films. A lot. And there are some films that I like watching more than others and I think I should do this post so I can let people know which films I especially like and share my childish opinions on them. Shall we begin? 10. Star Wars Episode…Read more Top Ten Films I’ve Watched – Speedy

Robocop (1987) – Review

As you could probably guess by the year in the title, this is not the sewage-worthy 2014 remake, this is the blood-spurting, gun-bending, rapist-ball-shooting 1987 classic. Without the CGI and, begrudingly, without Samuel L Jackson, I am reviewing a film that everyone should see at one point in their lives. Obviously, the characters are pretty…Read more Robocop (1987) – Review

At the Drive-In – Relationship of Command (2000) Review

Relationship of Command, At the Drive-In's last album, is by far their best. It's heavier, it's melodies and bass/guitar riffs are incredible, the musical variety is brilliant, and Cedric's voice is a lot better than in previous albums. Furthermore; it's got great musicality, and the guitar, bass and drums blend exceptionally well, creating a rocking…Read more At the Drive-In – Relationship of Command (2000) Review

Top Ten Best Looking Video Games – Milo

Although graphics don't make the game, a good collection of visuals can immensely improve a game's enjoyability. This list isn't necessarily about most realistic games, but games that have a certain style that stands out and looks awesome. 10. Enslaved: Odyssey to the West I won't go on about how this game is "vastly underrated"…Read more Top Ten Best Looking Video Games – Milo