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Walking home on the warmest day of the year so far had an awesome soundtrack. It’s a hell of an opening sentence, and it was a fun walk. Mainly because I wasn’t running for cover from biblical levels of rain, but could happily stroll. Contrast that with the heavy metal goodness that was blaring into […]

With a single tweet YouTube unleashed a stream of frustration at itself. Speaking with regards to the incoming EU laws governing online behaviour and copyright regulations (Articles 11 and 13) the streaming service’s twitter account stated “Imagine if you couldn’t watch your favourite videos.” The backlash was instant and brutal and focused on the hypocrisy […]

Ok, yes, The Dark Knight was released more than 10 years ago (2008) but it still stands up as one of the best crime dramas that have been made in recent times, as well as one of the most watchable films of recent times. This is primarily down to the villain of the piece, Heath […]

With the release date of 8th March 2019 firmly set, and anticipation running high, it cannot be stated too highly how much is riding on the reception of Marvel’s next film – Captain Marvel. There are many reasons why this film is such a risk and one that could potentially make or break the cinematic […]

The Boy discusses the Liam Neeson controversy, the state of the union address and racial issues. PS+ games of the month and his love for Hitman. Also discusses Huffington Post article about race in relationships

There has been a correction to this article. Originally the name of the singer was given as Elena Bella, The singer on the album was Alexandra Anagnostopoulou, who has since left the band. Messengers of Hope is the latest album from Hand of Fate. I hadn’t heard of them until the album was sent to me, […]

I wasn’t sure what to expect with this album, Bourbon Times seems to draw your attention towards Jack Daniels country, and this was compounded by the album art. That being said, I have learned to be wary of the Rock world and its attempts to trick me. That being said, I threw caution to the […]

First in line for our retrospective look at the work of David Bowie is the 1967 self-titled debut album. Our man has been locked in a cupboard with nothing but the album for company. These are his slightly crazed thoughts. I have always said that in order to fully enjoy music you have to listen […]

Horror films are full of tropes and clichés, things that we know are strange and frustrating and yet keep happening. This film continues the trend in the most infuriating of ways, that is if you are one of the few who will be drawn into it at all. This will not be a positive review. […]

There is a question that haunts me with the current state of political discussion, or lack thereof, and the current discourse that we see on the internet and social media. The fact is that there seems to be no sense of morals within the voting electorate in the US. IN the UK there isn’t, but […]


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