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That darn snail sure is crafty…

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What better way to end the week than with a review of modern classic American Psycho?
None, that’s what.

What better way to end the week than with a review of modern classic American Psycho?

None, that’s what.


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The NeverEnding Story – Song Of The Day

Several things stood out from the movie The NeverEnding Story: rock biters, big flying white dogs and, of course, …



’74-’75 – Song Of The Day

Back in 1995, American band The Connells released single “‘74-‘75” and, although it wasn’t really a hit in the US, it was in Europe, topping the charts in several countries including the UK.



Time for some good old-fashioned Baconnaise.
That’s right: I finally review Hollow Man.

Time for some good old-fashioned Baconnaise.

That’s right: I finally review Hollow Man.



I take a look at Jackie Chan’s Action Kung Fu for the TurboGrafx-16 and the NES.

The world needs more Jackie Chan games, it just does.


Plug In Baby – Song Of The Day

The lead single from Muse’s 2001 album Origin Of Symmetry, “Plug In Baby” was the band’s biggest hit at the time and it certainly helped put them on the map.


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So the From Dusk Till Dawn series sure took a weird turn…

Well, weird-er, anyway.

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The 2nd Law - Album Review

The 2nd Law – Album Review

The 2nd Law

The 2nd Law It seems that Muse can basically do no wrong at this point. With The Resistance, the band introduced new colourful elements into their style which certainly contrasted with their infinitely darker and angstier beginnings but, instead of alienating their entire audience, they were applauded for showing such versatility and daringly reinventing themselves.

The Resistancewas a fun glam rock album…

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Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby – Song Of The Day

Written by Louis Jordan and Billy Austin, “Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby” was a cool 1944 jazz song which topped the US country/folk charts back in the day despite being a B-side of “G.I.