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It Was a Monster Mash: Revisiting Pacific Rim

It Was a Monster Mash: Revisiting Pacific Rim

Guillermo Del Toro channels his inner Harryhausen with this Kaiju blockbuster, but did it deserve to become a franchise? Oscar gives it another look. 

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TV GEMS: ThunderCats (1985-1989)

TV GEMS: ThunderCats (1985-1989)

Thunder! Thunder! ThunderCats! Hoooo! Liam celebrates thirty years on Thundera.

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TV GEMS: The Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982-1983)

TV GEMS: The Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982-1983)

Liam is on a quest for that lovely gold with a classic cartoon from the 80s. 

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REVIEW: Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

REVIEW: Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

Richard finally catches up with Michael Bay’s latest billion-grossing destructathon. Was he impressed?

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SEQUELISED: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

SEQUELISED: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

Is Michael Bay even human? Cal revisits the astonishing awfulness that is the last Transformers outing.

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REVIEW: The Lego Movie (2014)

REVIEW: The Lego Movie (2014)

Everything is awesome in one of the most entertaining family films of 2014 so far. R.G. checks it out. 

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REVIEW: Pain & Gain (2013)

REVIEW: Pain & Gain (2013)

Cal takes a no doubt protein-filled turd over Michael Bay’s ode to muscles and machismo. 

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REVIEW: Pacific Rim (2013)

REVIEW: Pacific Rim (2013)

Has Guillermo del Toro delivered a monster blockbuster or a damp squib? Cal finds out. 

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Discover Something New by Buying Something Old

Discover Something New by Buying Something Old

What do you do when you inherit a shit load of Doctor Who and sci-fi merchandise? Sell it, of course. Which is what I did, and in these times of financial austerity I really had no choice, otherwise I may have kept them. After all, a collectable only goes up in price the longer you preserve it. Fortunately, I had […]

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Better late than never REVIEW: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

Better late than never REVIEW: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

So, here it is: the closing arc of Michael Bay’s slow-motion laden Transformers trilogy. It arrived on a sea of fanfare and tore up the box office, adding a 3D component to the “robots in disguise” that few could turn down. It’s loud, it’s busy, it’s overlong…but it’s also a guilty pleasure of the highest order. After Revenge of the […]

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