Hunting the Legend - DVD review

CoverFive years before, a boy was out deer-hunting with his father in the Alabama woods, when his dad was abruptly and viciously attacked by something large but not quite seen. His body was never found. Now a young adult, Chris Copeland is determined to find out what happened, and give closure to that part of his life. He takes his girlfriend, his best friend and a film and sound man to the nearest populated area and questions the locals about their opinions regarding the existence or otherwise of a Bigfoot creature. One person gives them directions to where a man, who lives off the land, has a dwelling in the woods. They find it, but when they hear a commotion outside, the man leaves to investigate, and the group uses this opportunity to make their escape. But as they seek to find a way out of the woods, something – or several somethings – has their scent... [click here...]


Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit - DVD review

CoverFu, a rabbit of low intelligence, spends his time working in a kitchen, until fate takes a hand. Gaining special powers from the dying Kung Fu master, Shifu, he makes a deathbed promise to deliver a mystical tablet to Shifu’s sister, Penny. Hot on his heels is Slash who wants the tablet for himself... [click here...]


Varsity Blood - DVD review

CoverA year ago, two high school students died on Halloween in suspicious circumstances. Now, one year on, it’s time for the big American football game and the Halloween after-party. However, a group of jocks and cheerleaders shun the school party in favour of arranging one of their own, located at a secluded and long-abandoned house with no power. As if their internal high-jinx and squabbling isn’t enough, there’s a killer on the loose (as Thin Lizzy might say), wearing the Indian warrior garb of the team mascot. But who is under the mask? And why is the group being targeted...? [click here...]


Tomorrow and Tomorrow - Book review

CoverTen years have passed since the terrorist bomb reduced Pittsburgh to little more than a post atomic memory; ten years since John Dominic Blaxton lost his wife and unborn child. Crippled by his loss and the memory of his wife, Blaxton works in the Archive, a vast repository of online images and information, reliving the deaths of others to weed out insurance scams. But it is not just his wife which Blaxton obsessively visits as he has found a girl, not killed by the bomb, but face down, half buried in mud, murdered. When the drugs he takes to enhance his online experience are discovered, he finds himself unemployed, in rehab and in receipt of a unique job offer... [click here...]


Resistance - Book review

CoverIn 1999, on a flight from London to Delhi, the passengers passed through an unseen anomaly which granted them super powers. Before authorities could restrict air travel many more flights had passed through other anomalies creating hundreds of thousands of advanced humans. Each to their own nature, the evolved supers became heroes, villains or retreated from the world to pursue their own esoteric agendas. Eleven years have passed and the world has changed out of all recognition and not all for the good... [click here...]


Sandman Slim: Book 5 - Kill City Blues - Book

CoverJames Stark, AKA Sandman Slim has been to hell and back, literally. Born a Nephilim, half angel half human, the illegitimate child of Uriel, he is shunned as an abomination by both heaven and hell. Having crawled out of hell, having been forced to fight in its arenas, Stark has spent time as Lucifer, where he discovered that God is not only fractured into a number of pieces, but that God had tricked the old Gods, banishing them from this reality, the only problem is that they want back in and they are really pissed. Only the Qomrama Om Ya, the god killer, stands a chance of defending this reality, problem is Stark no longer possess it... [click here...]


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - Soundtrack

CoverSony Classical release Michael Giacchino's score for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Directed by Matt Reeves, the film is the sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) and is the second time that Reeves and Giacchino have collaborated following the romantic horror film Let Me In (2010)... [click here...]


Nydenion - Soundtrack review

CoverMovieScore Media release Jack Moik's score for the German independent science-fiction movie Nydenion. Written and directed by Moik, the film takes place in the future where interstellar travel has been perfected, but the exploration of vast new lands naturally leads to devastating wars. Rick Walker (Moik) is a former fighter pilot turned disillusioned freelance flyer who is hired to transport a mysterious woman to the site of a secret peace negotiation. Special ambassador Cynthia Perkins claims to hold the key to get the stalling negotiations back on track, but the two-person envoy is attacked by a group of fighter jets. Stuck on the remote planet on Nydenion, Rick must realize that his valuable cargo has been targeted by his own kind... [click here...]


Ninja Mug - Merchandise review

CoverNeed to get your energy back for stabbing and jumping stealthily? This Ninja Mug will instantly revive your spirits - use it to hold your cup of tea. Note: green tea is the most ninja-like but have a builders' tea if you must. Place the mug onto the ninja star coaster and stir in your sugar using the ninja sword spoon for full effect... [click here...]


Mirage Men - DVD review

CoverMirage Men reveals how for over 60 years teams within the US Air Force and Intelligence services exploited and manipulated beliefs about UFOs and ET visitations as part of their counterintelligence programmes. In doing so they spawned a mythology so powerful that it captivated and warped many brilliant minds, including several of their own. Now, for the first time, some of those behind these operations, and their victims, speak out, revealing a true story that is part Manchurian Candidate and part Close Encounters of the Third Kind... [click here...]