Star Wars: Jedi Mule Slippers - Review

CoverBecome a Jedi in the bedroom with these Star Wars Jedi Slippers. Currently available for Jedi Knights with feet sized between UK 5-7, the Star Wars Jedi Slippers are cosy, they’re stylish and they're official members of the Disney Star Wars merchandise team. What isn’t to love? In true Jedi Style, the Star Wars Jedi Slippers possess impressive footwork with their anti-slip soles keen to ensure you stay upright at all times. The style is strong with this one... [click here...]



Star Wars: The Force Awakens - 3D Coasters

CoverGive your mug the full support of the Rebel Alliance or the sinister First Order, sitting it atop one of these superb Star Wars coasters. Each has a rather swish lenticular design that gives them a fantastic 3D effect, making the characters pop-out of these drinks mats. The pack of eight features a mix of characters from The Force Awakens including Kylo Ren, Captain Phasma, Chewbacca, stormtroopers and more, they're a great way to get your force fix when at your desk or lounging in front of the TV... [click here...]


Inferno - Soundtrack review

CoverSony Classical release Hans Zimmer's score for Inferno, the latest movie in Dan Brown's Robert Langdon series. The film finds the famous symbologist on a trail of clues tied to the great Dante himself. When Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Sienna Brooks, a doctor he hopes will help him recover his memories. Together, they race across Europe and against the clock to stop a madman from unleashing a global virus that would wipe out half of the world’s population... [click here...]


Star Wars: X-Wing v Tie Fighter Light Shade

CoverThis official X-Wing v Tie Fighter Paper Light Shade brings a space battle to any bedroom. The versatile Rebel Alliance X-Wing is a starfighter that balances speed with firepower. Armed with four laser cannons and two Proton Torpedo launchers, the X-Wing can take on anything thrown at it. The iconic Tie Fighter, the dagger-shaped Tie Interceptor and the explosive-laden Tie Bomber were the unforgettable symbols of the Imperial fleet. The terrifying roar of a Tie's engines would strike fear into the hearts of all enemies of the empire. Recreate the amazing dogfight battle scenes between the Rebel Alliance and the Imperial fleet with this 12 inch paper light shade... [click here...]


Star Wars: R2-D2 Glass - Merchandise review

CoverRaise your glass and feel the force with this Star Wars themed drinking vessel with R2-D2 design. Pour yourself a refreshing glass full of your favourite beverage while you dream of rescuing the princess and destroying the Death Star. The glass is the size of an American pint, which is around 20% smaller than a British pint.... [click here...]


PyroPet: Candle with Skeleton - Kisa (Black Cat)

CoverA cute cat shaped candle reveals the wild beast inside her, a grinning metallic skeleton with fire blazing in her eyes. Kisa is available in three colours: pink, light grey and black. Kisa, the black cat, is the latest in PyroPet range of animal candles... [click here...]


Star Wars: Stormtrooper Digital Morphsuit review

CoverMorphCostumes have created a morphsuit that brings Star Wars's Stormtroopers to life in painstaking detail. From the trademark white helmet and body armour to the BlasTech E-11 blaster rifle, this eye-catching Stormtrooper costume has been achieved with photo realistic printing technology. And, with the help of the free downloadable App, you can fire a virtual BlasTech E-11 blaster rifle - just like the Empire's finest... [click here...]


Ran: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - review

CoverSilva Screen Records release Toru Takemitsu’s haunting score to Akiro Kurosawa’s last epic film, Visually stunning, Ran was Kurosawa's last epic and his last great masterpiece. At the same time delicate and violent, the Japanese director’s feudal warlord story is bleak, brutal and breathtaking. The story is based on legends of the daimyo Mori Motonari, and draws parallels with Shakespeare’s King Lear... [click here...]


Lost in a Pyramid & Other Mummy Stories

CoverFrom the publishing house of the British Library comes Lost in a Pyramid & Other Classic Mummy Stories, a collection of twelve tales selected and edited by Andrew Smith – a knowledgeable reference of Nineteenth Century Gothic English Literature – and originating from the Golden Age of Egyptian-based British horror between 1869 and 1910... [click here...]


The Tale of Doris and the Dragon: Episode 1

CoverPoor Doris. There she was, sat at home minding her own business, when she suddenly found herself in Purgatory. Her guide to this new world is a call centre Dragon called Norb who hails from Liverpool. Norb is new to the job, but quickly realises that Doris really shouldn't be wandering around this part of Limbo. Rather than turning her off and back on again, Norb is on hand to help the lovely OAP crossover to Heaven, where she will be reunited with her loving husband Albert... if Personnel hasn't dropped the ball on that one too... [click here...]