Black Ops 4 Review: A Return to Form for a Juggernaut of the Video Game Industry

Call of Duty is one of the longest and most successful franchises in video game history. You’ll struggle to find someone who hasn’t at least tried playing a Call of Duty game before. In recent memory however, the games have continued to dip in sales year after year. As of January 2018, 2011’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is the highest selling game in franchise … Continue reading Black Ops 4 Review: A Return to Form for a Juggernaut of the Video Game Industry

Top Ten most disappointing comic book movies

Since Venom came out last week and received a myriad of mixed reviews (you can check it out at Sonar Film until the 27th), we thought we would take a trip down memory lane and rate the top ten most disappointing comic book films of recent history. 10. Black Panther (2018) Admittedly a harsh inclusion, included more due to the film being underwhelming as opposed … Continue reading Top Ten most disappointing comic book movies

The UK’s next-Jen artists are far from plain-Grrey

You may be familiar with with London’s current youth movement, where numerous up-and-coming artist have broken onto the music scene in full-stride. But, who are the stand-out names to you? One vocalist in particular has taken the industry by storm, going by the name of JGrrey. After featuring on Youtube channel, Colors Berlin, JGrrey’s following spread worldwide. An immediate and seemingly unstoppable response to Don’t … Continue reading The UK’s next-Jen artists are far from plain-Grrey

Review: A House with a Clock in its Walls

Let’s be honest, I bet most of you didn’t even know this movie existed until now. With a virtually non-existent marketing budget, I went into this movie knowing nothing – and I walked out knowing I’d remember nothing within a few hours. From Steven Speilberg’s Amblin Entertainment, The House with a Clock in its Walls is the story of young orphan Lewis Barnavelt (Owen Vaccaro), … Continue reading Review: A House with a Clock in its Walls

Medusa, an interview with a serial killer, gone sexual badass

It’s erotic, it’s untamed and it’s outright raucous. Medusa is a ingenious take on the classic gorgon tale, emulating the troubles of a contemporary star who just happens to have a snakes for hair and a gaze that turns men into a shadow of themselves. Except their penises have just dropped off and then subsequently used for bowling pins – this show is wild. Medusa … Continue reading Medusa, an interview with a serial killer, gone sexual badass

Quavo Huncho Album Review: cold and uncultured

For the past three years, Migos have held a monopoly over the trap genre, bringing it to the bright lights of the Billboard Top 100 and being influential figures in the passing of the torch of popularity from Rock to Hip-hop.  The rise of each Quavo, Takeoff and Offset is partly due to the musical revolution happening out in Atlanta, pushing them to the forefront … Continue reading Quavo Huncho Album Review: cold and uncultured

Tempesst Play Heartbreakers Southampton!

If you haven’t yet heard of the band Tempesst, its about time you did. The alternative rock band made up of twin brothers, Andy (drums), Roma (guitar), their childhood friends from Australia; Kane (keyboard) and Blake (bass), not forgetting their latest member of the group Eric (guitar), took to the stage of Southampton’s Heartbreakers to celebrate the venues one year anniversary. The long – haired … Continue reading Tempesst Play Heartbreakers Southampton!