Showing posts from September, 2017

The Walking Dead Season 7 Giveaway

To celebrate the release of The Walking Dead Season 7 on Blu-ray/DVD , we're giving you the chance to win 1 of 3 Blu-rays. How do you enter for your chance to win? Well i'm glad you asked, simply click here to head over to our Facebook page , follow the entry details and that's that. Couldn't be simpler. Rick’s group will find out yet again that the world isn’t what they thought it was. It’s much bigger than anything they’ve seen so far. While they have a singular purpose - to defeat Negan - it won’t come easy. More importantly, victory will require more than Alexandria. They need the numbers of the Kingdom and the Hilltop, but, similar to how Rick felt, Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and Gregory (Xander Berkeley) do not want bloodshed. To convince them otherwise will take more than speeches. The lengths Rick and the group will have to go to in order to find weapons, food and new fighters is nothing short of remarkable. T he Walking Dead Season 7 available from W

Life is Strange: Before the Storm, Episode 1 (PS4) Review

Life is Strange: Before the Storm (hereafter just referred to as " Storm" for brevity of word count) is the kind of prequel which will produce two responses. One will be distinct for those who've played the original game, and thus experience the prequel with knowledge of what's to come. The other will render a story for those who've never played Life is Strange before. Unlike most examples of prequels, in any medium, those responses will probably be vastly different. So to that end, I'm reviewing this game twice. First, for those who have no idea what the hell Life is Strange is, and secondly - with spoilers - for those who do. If you're just looking for a brief summation on my thoughts: I enjoyed it to a point, and am tentatively awaiting the next episode. FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T PLAYED LIFE IS STRANGE   Chloe Price is your average sixteen-year-old. She's skipping school, mouthing off to her mum's new boyfriend, breaking curfe

August at the Movies

My oh my where is the year going?! August is in the can, but luckily we were treated to a few absolute gems this month. Steven Soderbergh's Logan Lucky , David Lowery's A Ghost Story and William Oldroyd's Lady Macbeth are the new additions to my Top 10. 2017 is really shaping up as great year for cinema. Feel free to check out my Top 10 list as it has evolved throughout the year January , February , March , April , May , June and July .  As always I'd love to hear what your favourite film of the year is. Sound off in the comments below or, hit me up on Twitter or come over and play on our Facebook page. - Stu Twitter - @stu_watches Letterboxd - stu geekofoz  Top 10 as of the end of August: 1. Land of Mine 2. Moonlight 3. Get Out 4. I am Not Your Negro 5. Call Me By Your Name 6. Dunkirk 7. Lady Macbeth  8. Baby driver 9. A Ghost Story  10. Logan Lucky Films watched: Lady Macbeth Kiki, Love to Love Wind River Maudie Logan Lucky V

OPINION: The Night King is a bad, bad, not good villain

The following piece contains spoilers for Game of Thrones season seven, so if you are not up to date then read on at your own risk! If Game of Thrones’ action-packed season seven finale made anything clear, it’s that the dead are coming, oh boy are they coming. Accompanying the shambling army of the recently deceased - as well as the logic-defying-fire-breathing-undead-ice-dragon-thingy - will be a dramatic shift in the show’s focus. From here on out there will be no more leisurely conversations overlooking the sunny vistas of King’s Landing, significantly less political intrigue, and very little ambiguity as to what comes next. We stand at the beginning of GOT’s end game which we can only assume will be like The Walking Dead, but with more incest and C bombs. This shift for the show primarily means a move toward a genuinely evil antagonist, rather than Cersei’s homespun brand of trying to maintain power no matter the cost. Sure, Cersei will no doubt continue to be a gr