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Month: August 2010

Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days Review

Back in 2008 Io Interactive, formerly best known for the successful Hitman series of games (think Splinter Cell with more disguises), brought a new franchise to the world in the form of two death row criminals forced to form an uneasy alliance and run about all over the world killing people.

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Centurion Review

Neil Marshall burst onto the scene in 2002 with Dog Soldiers – a horror comedy built around a simple but brilliant premise: British Squaddies vs Werewolves. He followed that up with 2005’s The Descent, a straight-up horror, no comedy allowed, as a group of pot-holers got into trouble deep underground. Two very different but equally well made and received horror movies left audiences in anticipation of what Marshall would do next. What he delivered, in 2008, was Doomsday.

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Piranha 3D

Despite being fondly remembered as a prime example of the post-Jaws ‘man vs animal’ B-movie run of the late 70s, and having a sequel that was James Cameron’s directorial debut, the original Piranha series exists as little more than an entertaining footnote in movie history.

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Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Review

Metal Gear Solid games are real marmite games – you either love them or you hate them. Its detractors will point to the melodramatic story, hammy over-acting and nonsensical plots spread out over multi-hour cut scenes.

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Episode 2 – Inception

Alex and Jim from Jaded Media bring you another review podcast, looking at the new Chris Nolan film, Inception. WARNING: though the main review is spoiler-free, we have included a Bonus section at the end that does contains spoilers.

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Knight and Day Review

Tom Cruise films suck, right? Well, apart from Born on the Fourth of July; he was pretty good in that. A Few Good Men, Cocktail, Top Gun – sure, ok.

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