Top Ten Sci-Fi Films – Reuben

Yo, this be Reuben. I felt like writing something, but I didn't want to write about music again, so here, have a crappy movie post. Looking back, I've only actually written two film-related top tens for this website, and that just ain't enough. So, to bump that number up to three for y'all, I thought…Read more Top Ten Sci-Fi Films – Reuben

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War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) – Review

Enough monkeying about now... Milo here. In 1968, one of sci-fi's genre-definers, Planet of the Apes, was released, starring NRA president and, coincidentally, general bastard Charlton Heston (after all, I have seen Bowling For Colombine and thus know all about and have solid, extremely respectable opinions about the open-shut case of gun violence in America).…Read more War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) – Review

Top Ten Movies of the 1970s – Milo

Milo here. On this site, we friggin' love the 90s. Indeed, despite neither me nor Reuben being alive in the decade, we've both done top ten songs of the 90s and, check this, referenced nostalgia in both! As if we're 90s kids! What a couple of bellends... Still, with such an infatuation with the decade,…Read more Top Ten Movies of the 1970s – Milo

Top Ten Anticipated Games Of The Future N That – Milo

Milo here. Here we are again, a year on from my first of this top ten type, which, for me, is a bit mental, actually. Needless to say, we've had E3 over the past week so it only seems just that I should have a little looksie at what the future's offering for the world…Read more Top Ten Anticipated Games Of The Future N That – Milo

The Big Catch-Up

Milo here. AYYYYYY! EXAMS FINISHED! WOOO! They were awful. But, I'm back with a vengeance and with a lot to talk about! Indeed, I've been checking out some new tunes and films and stuff in my absence so I best catch y'all up with some mini-reviews. Humanz - Gorillaz (29.04.17) Oh damn! The big top…Read more The Big Catch-Up

The Ballad of Halo Jones: Vol. 3 (1986) – Elliot’s Review

The third and final book in the Halo Jones ballad is also the longest, both in the actual length of the story as well as the length of time that passes in Halo's life within the tale - the first book was just one day, the second took place over one year, this one covers…Read more The Ballad of Halo Jones: Vol. 3 (1986) – Elliot’s Review

The Ballad of Halo Jones: Vol. 2 (1986) – Elliot’s Review

So, after being introduced to Halo Jones and her futuristic world in book one, we move into deep space for book two as we join Halo on a long-haul cruise-ship floating across the void, and this one turns out a little more exciting than the type of cruise advertised in the National Trust magazine. We…Read more The Ballad of Halo Jones: Vol. 2 (1986) – Elliot’s Review