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DVD Review – Invader ZIM, Season 2

 DVD Review – Invader ZIM, Season 2

It’s not often you get introduced to a kids cartoon as an adult and actually really like it, but that’s exactly what happened with ‘Invader ZIM’.

Blu-Ray Review – Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

 Blu-Ray Review – Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Well over 10 years ago, I made a promise to my girlfriend at the time, that I would read the Harry Potter books once I had seen all the movies.

Movie Review - Submarine

Movie Review - Submarine

‘Submarine’ is a film I first viewed at the 2011 IFF and it was the third film out of nearly 30 that I saw. When you see so many films, by the end of the festival it’s easy to forget the ones you’ve seen and what you thought about them.

Movie Review - JIG

Movie Review - JIG

There were many films at this year’s IFF that I missed seeing, and even with 30 films under my belt, I didn’t even make a major dent in the 150+ festival films being screened.

Movie Review - Real Steel

Movie Review - Real Steel

When I finally made it onto the press screening media list for Disney, I thought that a large majority of the films I’d be seeing would be kid and family friendly fair.

DVD Review - The Templar Code

DVD Review - The Templar Code

I admit that I’m a bit of a conspiracy theorist. Well, that’s maybe stating it lightly. Let me rephrase that. I’m a fairly decent sized conspiracy theorist!

Movie Review - Jane Eyre

Movie Review - Jane Eyre

Now, I’ll be the first to admit that if there’s one genre of film I just don’t have an interest in, other than its period costume dramas, is the ilk of ‘Pride and Prejudice’, although, as I’ve got older, I’ve been more inclined to give such things a try

DVD Review - SAS, The Search for Warriors

DVD Review - SAS, The Search for Warriors

I got my greasy little hands on another documentary series not so long ago, about the training of the elite Green Berets over in the States, which was a massive eye opener to witness what these guys are put through.

Movie Review - Friends With Benefits

Movie Review - Friends With Benefits

I reviewed an adult comedy only last week, that slightly missed the mark, so when I saw this one come up on my review radar for the week, I was a little tempered at going in full steam thinking it was going to be anything more than just solid.

DVD Review - The Art of War, The History Channel

DVD Review - The Art of War, The History Channel

Sun Tzu is a name I’ve heard of often, having worked in book stores for years, as his book, ‘The Art Of War’, though thousands of years old, is still a top seller in both the business and history sections of most book stores.