Flicks On Flix – The River

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Ok, not a flick. This week Flicks On Flix is going small screen with a criminally underwatched and unfortunately cancelled after one season show, The River. Brought to you by Steven Spielberg and Oren Peli (he who gave us Paranormal Activity), The River was a brilliantly made throwback to The Outer Limits and Twilight Zone sensibilities that just never found an audience. Continue reading Flicks On Flix – The River

Flicks On Flix – Cube

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Every so often you find yourself a film that just fascinates you. Maybe it’s a big budget spectacle where you simply cannot believe what you see is happening, maybe it’s a hard hitting drama where you are moved to tears by the performances. Or maybe it’s Cube. Continue reading Flicks On Flix – Cube

Let’s Fly To The Sun

mage courtesyWith the advent of technology and a world of resources at our fingertips, humans have never had more instant access to intelligence. Of course with great power comes great responsibility and once you’ve lost your tenth pub argument to the ever-editable Wikipedia you realise that this intelligence comes with a pinch of salt. One industry that has been hugely affected by it however is the film industry; movie-mistakes.com, behind the scenes temperaments, on set affairs and more – you could argue we know too much with regards to the celluloid experience these days. But is it really a bad thing?
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Alien Isolation Review

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Not for the first time I’m going to have to review a game before completing it. There are two reasons for this. The first is that I bought it a week after release and this just ain’t the time of year to get time to play video games. The second is that it’s scaring the living jesus out of me. Continue reading Alien Isolation Review