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WWE Royal Rumble 2014 DVD review

WWE Royal Rumble 2014 DVD review
If anyone was to ask me what my favourite gimmick match of all time was, I could answer that in a split second – the Royal Rumble. There is no match more exciting, full of superstars and complex booking over the space of an hour or so. It’s a match that not only brings all the current feuds together, but reignites old ones and sets the wheels in motion for new going forward. After all, it’s the first stop on that famous Road to Wrestlemania,... 

WWE Ultimate Warrior – The Ultimate Collection DVD Review

WWE Ultimate Warrior – The Ultimate Collection DVD Review
Years ago WWE released their most controversial and critical DVD to date – The Self Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior. For those not ‘in the know,’ this came as quite a surprise, unravelling a web of selfishness, greed and a world where it was Warrior versus everyone else. The former superhero to children all over the world was torn down piece by piece by his peers and those that worked with him. He was all but blacklisted from... 

The Raid 2: Berandal review

The Raid 2: Berandal review
When The Raid was unleashed into an unsuspecting world in 2011, few suspected that an Indonesian martial arts action thriller directed by a relatively unknown Welshman named Gareth Evans would create such an impact on the genre. The hyper kinetic choreography, ingenious and stunning cinematography along with the naturally fluid Silat fighting style helped create an instant classic. It’s star, Iko Uwais, who despite being relatively new to acting,... 

Sword Art Online Part Four DVD Review

Sword Art Online Part Four DVD Review
All good things must come to an end, so the phrase goes, and with this release from Manga UK the first season of this hit series reaches its conclusion. Part Four features the final six episodes that has our hero Kirito reach the final stage of his journey to rescue his trapped beau Asuna from the clutches of the somewhat deranged Oberon. The episodes also wrap up the on going plotline between Kirito and his sister, Suguha. Those who have bought... 

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review
Oh my. Last year saw a phenomenal instalment in the Iron Man series of films and a cross-dimensional adventure in Thor 2: The Dark World, but now it’s time for the first big Marvel flick of 2014: Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Captain America (Chris Evans) has already shown his face in the surprisingly awesome Captain America: The First Avenger in 2011 as well as the Captain America of the present day in Avengers Assemble, but now it’s... 

Book review: Through Dead Eyes (Chris Priestley)

Book review: Through Dead Eyes (Chris Priestley)
Chris Priestley has a great track record in the horror genre, having released a number of Tales Of Terror books and Mister Creecher for young readers. His latest entry, Through Dead Eyes, takes the tale of a young boy Alex who is struggling with the separation of his parents, and places it in Amsterdam – a city so bright and pleasant on the surface, but with an undertone of something more sinister. It’s easy for anyone to relate to that... 

WWE – Shawn Michaels – Mr Wrestlemania DVD review

WWE – Shawn Michaels – Mr Wrestlemania DVD review
While it’s easy to think of Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, The Rock and John Cena as the biggest names to ever grace a wrestling ring, when it comes to actual in-ring performance there’s always another name thrown into the mix – Shawn Michaels. He may not have crossed over into the mainstream as an action star, he never had the bodybuilder type look or anything like that, but you always knew that once that bell rang he would put on a... 

Book review: The Assassin’s Blade (Sarah J. Maas)

Book review: The Assassin’s Blade (Sarah J. Maas)
With the popularity of the Assassin’s Creed series over the past seven years, it’s hardly a surprise that interest in assassins and their various worlds is at an all-time high. While author Sarah J. Maas may have originally envisioned her first novel Throne of Glass to be more a representation of Cinderella than anything, over time the world that she has created and her main character Celaena Sardothien have transformed into something... 

Retr8Bit accessories review

Retr8Bit accessories review
Hey everyone! I’m Miyuukihime and my job is to review products which are sent to me.  The following products were sent to me by a store named Retr8Bit. Now, this store is run on Etsy, which is an online sales place for those who are wanting to get their creations out there. Retr8bit are located in Leeds and sell Hamabead creations, accessories and jewellery. Upon looking at the store you can see that there is so much talent – I would... 

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse Episode 1 Review

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse Episode 1 Review
After receiving tremendous support from their Kickstarter campaign, the latest instalment in the acclaimed Broken Sword series has arrived. This gorgeous mystery-adventure title sees the return of our heroes George Stobbart, now an inquisitive insurance man, and fearless reporter Nico Collard. After witnessing the robbery of a mysterious painting from a small gallery in Paris, the two become mixed up in a tale of conspiracy and evil that will take... 
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