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DVD Review – Human Weapon, Season 1

DVD Review – Human Weapon, Season 1

Having caught a few episodes of this show years ago, made me instantly want to check the whole series out when it came up on my review list.

DVD Review – History Channel’s, Frozen World

DVD Review – History Channel’s, Frozen World

Sometimes with these DVD specials, they take such wide ranging and diverse episodes from various other TV series that yes they have a link in subject matter, but it can be argued that it’s tenuous at best.

Movie Review – Lincoln

Movie Review – Lincoln

'Lincoln' can be summed up in one word, succinct. Well, except that it's not exactly brief. But what it does do is sums up everything clearly what non Americans know, or think we know, of Lincoln as a person and what he did for the history books.

DVD Review – History Of The World In Two Hours

DVD Review – History Of The World In Two Hours

'History Of The World In Two Hours' was a damn good watch, and seeing it all squeezed together in such a quick time makes you realize how everything is so intrinsically connected, from the beginnings of the universe till today.

Movie Review – Skyfall

Movie Review – Skyfall

'Skyfall', though not my favourite Bond film, as that still goes to the near perfect 'Casino Royale' from 1967...just kidding, I mean the 2006 version. But, what makes 'Skyfall' stand out from any other Bond film I've seen is that it's not like any other Bond film before it.

Movie Review – Beasts Of The Southern Wild

Movie Review – Beasts Of The Southern Wild

'Beasts Of The Southern Wild' was a very interesting film, and had one of the most amazing child performances I've ever seen, which could mean either an amazing child actor, an amazing director, or a bit of both.

Movie Review – Argo

Movie Review – Argo

Ben Affleck was not only great in ‘The Town’, I was stunned to see how good he was directing it! So his follow up feature was always going to have high standards to live up to.

Movie Review – Looper

Movie Review – Looper

I’m a big fan of large scale sci-fi films, but they can be one of the hardest genres to pull off, with only the ‘Star Trek’ reboot doing it near perfectly in recent times.

Movie Review – Hysteria

Movie Review – Hysteria

As a film lover, film reviewer, and general level 6 cinefile, I tend to watch a lot of trailers for upcoming films.

DVD Review – Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest

DVD Review – Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest

This is a documentary about a top 90’s hip hop group and their trials and tribulations over the years. From the polar opposite view points of the two creative heads, Q-Tip and Phife, to the fan base and other artists who have been influenced by the music and their style.