"I am Jack's complete lack of surprise.”

Tech Review: Optoma HD36 Projector

Tech Review: Optoma HD36 Projector

I don’t see the point of loving films and the cinema like I do and watching on a 40″ screen. 46″? Nope. Even 50″? Maybe in a tight room. 60″? Used to do it for me. Now? I’ll look in disdain if I ever have to watch United play abysmally on anything less than a 150″ screen. And rightly so. How many are going to feel...

Community Season 6 clip brings us up to speed

Community Season 6 clip brings us up to speed

It is almost time to head back to Greendale! Season 6 of Community debuts on Yahoo! Screen from 17th March 2015. That’s today! That means you can go over there and watch it now (if it plays in your country). A double-bill premiere will air in the UK on Sony Entertainment Television (Sky 157 / Virgin 193 / BT and TalkTalk 454) at 10.00pm on 18th...

Review: Tokyo Ghoul Season 1

Review: Tokyo Ghoul Season 1

Picture a world where supernatural beings are not only forced to live amongst humans, but to feast on their corpses too. And then picture us rooting for the supernatural beings ahead of our own race in this very same world. Welcome to ‘Tokyo Ghoul’, a Japanese action/drama anime which powerfully critiques the morality of the human race by pitting ghouls...

Staying On Track: The Making of The Wrecking Crew

Staying On Track: The Making of The Wrecking Crew

Trevor Hogg chats with former IMAX film colleagues Denny Tedesco and Rodney Taylor who teamed together to shine the spotlight on a group of recording studio musicians dubbed The Wrecking Crew…  Whereas the Brill Building in New York City served as the headquarters for chart topping songwriters, Los Angeles was the home of the unsung session musicians who...

Blu-ray Review: ’71

Blu-ray Review: ’71

Man of the moment Jack O’ Connell stars in arguably his finest film (and performance) to date, in Yann Demange’s gripping ’71; new to Blu-ray and DVD this month. ’71 tells the harrowing story of a young British solider who is accidentally abandoned behind hostile enemy lines in riotous Belfast. It’s a simple, no-nonsense plot...

Competition: Win Set Fire To The Stars on DVD

Competition: Win Set Fire To The Stars on DVD

SET FIRE TO THE STARS, a cautionary tale about meeting your heroes starring Elijah Wood and directed by BAFTA-nominated Andy Goddard, was released on Blu-ray and DVD on 2nd March 2015. Set in 1950s New York, the film follows John Malcolm Brinnin (Elijah Wood, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit) an aspiring young American poet who finds his ordered world shaken when...

Blu-ray Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

Blu-ray Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 takes the Hunger Games world to a much darker place, as Katniss is rescued and taken into the depths of District 13. Shooting her arrow into the forcefield at the end of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has sparked riots across Panem and the leaders of this previously unheard of district are keen to use her as the face of...

Review: Powers – Episode 1

Review: Powers – Episode 1

The Powers Of…Television? As you can imagine, as both a comic book nerd longer in the tooth that’d he like to admit and a guy who’s actually named Powers- I really wanted to like this new show. It’s hard to know how to exactly characterize it. Despite the ubiquitous ads telling you it’s brought to you by the studio behind everyone’s favorite show...

Win Halo: Nightfall on DVD

Win Halo: Nightfall on DVD

Halo: Nightfall is the latest exciting live action thriller, based on the best-selling Xbox franchise, in the ever-expanding Halo® universe. From executive producer Ridley Scott and the director of Battlestar Galactica, this all-new feature film introduces Agent Locke – the protagonist from the forthcoming Halo 5: Guardians video game on Xbox One – Halo:...

First look at Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

First look at Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (based on author James Dashner’s 2010 novel) picks up immediately where the previous movie left off—with Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and the survivors of that giant mechanical labyrinth discovering that the world outside their walls is far from a welcoming one. “The first movie was the mystery of ‘Where are we and what is...