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Merry Greedfest! | November 21, 2007 at 01:54 PM

The Wii is still the rarest console around, with some stupid prices being asked.

http://www.over...970&subcat=

Other shops, like Toys 'r Sluts, take the piss in a different fashion

http://www.toys...2fTruVideoGames

Those bundles are a sure way to ruin anyone's Christmas.

Ghost Squid | November 17, 2007 at 11:56 AM

GHOST squad - a light gun game...with depth? 25 weapons, 16 difficulty levels and lots of paths through each level. Sniping, building clearance, hand to hand combat, shooting down helicopters using surface-to-air missiles, cuffing hostages. Can it be true?

http://www.game...ayer/27225.html

http://www.game...ayer/27217.html

http://www.game...ayer/27213.html - Raise eyebrows at the Bikini mode, and witness a girl taking a banana deep into her throat (not a euphemism for cock, honest).

Even without the Wii Zapper thingummy this looks worthwhile.

Ubisoft Promise To Be Less Shit*, Guitar Hero 3 In Mono Shocker | November 16, 2007 at 02:47 PM

http://www.next...39&Itemid=2 - Hoping for "Nintendo-like quality" next year. Optimism at its finest! Especially coming from a company responsible for that Wii version of Far Cry. Bitter reality, especially when they could have made Beyond Good & Evil 2.

http://digg.com...ion_embarrassed - Guitar Hero 3, much-anticipated game, all about the music...plays in mono on the Wii. Oh, Activision, when will you learn? Especially with Rock Band about to kick your arse...

http://www.game...e.php?aid=30408 - Eidos threaten that if consumers don't buy third party games for the Wii, third party developers will move to the 360 and PS3. Consumers suggest making good games worth buying. Eidos cries.


*not a real Ubisoft promise

American Version Of Spaced? | November 10, 2007 at 09:22 AM

An American version of the classic UK comedy Spaced (by none other than the mostly same team responsible for Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz)? Sort of pisses on the waning hopes for a British third series.

http://blog.mys...logID=324420860 - Edgar Wright's eloquent response there.

Cloverfield | October 21, 2007 at 08:32 PM

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloverfield

Terribly mysterious film, if only a half-arsed advertising attempt to stir up interest in a monster movie.

Hmm.

Mysteriouser and mysteriouser.

Hot Fuzz | October 6, 2007 at 06:09 PM

That happened to me with Spaced. I was gutted. Though I think that came about because of the possibility of a third season dying.

No excuse for the 3-disc Hot Fuzz, though. Coming out so soon after the 2-disc it stinks of planning.

Die Hard With No Vest | October 6, 2007 at 06:07 PM

"Oh McClane, did you really think I would fall out of a building without arranging a bouncy castle to break my fall? Ho. Ho. Ho."

Planet Terror | October 2, 2007 at 02:03 PM

Fantastic film. Lots of gore, violence and explosions and silly humour. Zombies invade small town and so on and so forth, disgusting effects, nasty injuries, infection spreading, military involved, group of survivors fight to escape, you know how it goes.

Abolutely ace, masterful use of the missing reel. The only thing I didn't like was the film damage, which was even worse than with Death Proof. Okay, I get why it's there, but when it distracts from the film it detracts from the film.

Overall, though, an entertainingly daft gory B-movie.

Timesplitters | September 29, 2007 at 07:07 PM

Sad as it is, I'm quite enjoying the music from the series of games, which Free Radical have very kindly provided, free, here:

http://www.frd.co.uk/downloads.php

It's much easier to appreciate when you're not listening to it over the shouts of three drunken friends, gunshots, explosions, screams of pain and powering-up.

Brings a tear to my eye, so it does. Some of the memories these tracks bring back are absolute gold.

Die Hard With No Vest | September 29, 2007 at 06:15 PM

Okay, Die Hard 4 was good, but to me it had lost some of its innate Die-Hard-ness. No vest, Willis is totally bald (okay, had to happen sooner or later), he has a sidekick (not Samuel L.), he doesn't talk to himself enough ("Come out to the coast, we'll get together, have a few laughs."), the motivation for the bad guys is shit...it's fallen to 'just another action film' level for me.

Not that it doesn't have some great action scenes, it does. That might be part of the problem, as the series has got more spectacular with each film.

Missing the secret DH ingredient, whatever it is.

Snakes? On The Plane? | September 29, 2007 at 06:06 PM

Got exactly what I expected from this, which was a bloody good laugh.

I thought Samuel L's head was going to burst, he was overacting so hard.

Hot Fuzz | September 29, 2007 at 06:04 PM

Really straining to hold off buying the DVD as there's a 3-disc edition coming out next month I think.

Death Proof | September 29, 2007 at 06:01 PM

I'm not sure when Tarantino will stop making films that do nothing but reference other films, and while I understand the reason for the fake 70s-look of the film (scratches, jumps, grain, etc) I can't overlook it as it's a bit pretentious.

Still, a good film though, despite being almost 100% homage. Kicking soundtrack as always, killer dialogue and it does have Snake Plisken in it, so I can't complain.

Looking forward to the other half of Grindhouse, Rodriguez's Planet Terror, more though.

Darkly Scanning | September 26, 2007 at 06:04 AM

Have to admit, I do like this film. NAGATB, but I wasn't expecting it to be. As decent an adaptation of a Dick novel as you're ever likely to see. Not sure about the rotoscoping animation (reminds me of that cel-shaded FPS, XIII), but the odd ripple effect to a lot of the surfaces suits the story quite nicely.

Odd, fairly faithful to the novel, another funny turn by Robert Downey Jr with Woody Harrelson as his opposite number, and Keanu Reeves in the lead role as the drug-addled idiot.

How fitting!

Drugs, paranoia, insanity, surveillance, dystopian future, plots within plots.

My Perfect Film? | September 23, 2007 at 09:10 AM

http://www.appl...line/shootemup/

British nanny Clive Owen, a baby, Monica Bellucci looking a bit bedraggled, a chubby Paul Giamatti and a fuckload of bad guys + lots of shooting.

*crosses fingers and prays*

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