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Can this free fantasy MMORPG offer an alternative to the mainstream?
Grace watches the audience fall like dominoes....what?
Is Apple's latest toy a must-have gadget, or just overcomplicating a simple recipe?
The inhabitants of a north Alaskan town try to survive an invasion of vampires during one month of total darkness.
King Leonidas of Sparta sets off on a campaign against the Persian army with very unfavourable odds.
More East side than West side?
By Tabitha Suzuma
Helen Black, lawyer / author from Pontefract, has gained a quite a fanbase with her gripping books.
By George R.R. Martin
By Mark Haddon
One of the most anticpated rap albums of 2013
Leaving us crying in the rain......
Nathan reviews a new edition of a classic album from one of the greatest things to ever come out of Sweden.
"Music is the essence of my being… I think you can feel that when you listen to my material" Alexx Calise said once, and here she proves it in her latest album AC3
The brand new Advance Wars game for the DS takes a dark new turn..
The NoCal boys have gone rock!
Nathan reviews two newly rediscovered stories from the Queen of Crime, as read by David Suchet.
A shellshocked Lucy walks out of Rock City grinning ear to ear, after witnessing Alexisonfire.
Abz takes a listen to the second solo album by California's Alexx Calise. 'Rocktronica'? Bring it on..
Outta Here Alive? In my room listening to this more like!
By Phyliss Reynolds Naylor
Rebellion are back with their latest take on the Aliens vs Predator universe.
Alicemary checks out the second album by All American Rejects
Rosie discovers that music can be as much about fun as image, with Alphabet Backwards
Wolverhampton, Civic Hall ~ 11/11/08
Rock City, Nottingham. 20/10/10 Alter Bridge return to the UK after two years to show that they haven't been taking it easy in their absence.
Creeds phoenix finally flies
Struggling songwriter, Dave Seville, finds success when in the unlikely form of a trio of singing chipmunks: mischievous leader Alvin, brainy Simon, and chubby, impressionable Theodore
The idealist William Wilberforce maneuvers his way through Parliament in 19th century England, endeavoring to end the British transatlantic slave trade.
You've all seen the movie 'Hitch' right?
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall 2010
Set in late-19th-century Russia high-society, the aristocrat Anna Karenina enters into a life-changing affair with the affluent Count Vronsky
It's been a long two years since Anna's debut EP
Joey Belladonna is back at the helm of the legendary, Anthrax.
The four cellists of the Apocalypse are back, and they've brought some friends...
Not to everybody's taste, but the scary woman "sings" again.
Sami takes a look at latest album from Brighton metalcore band, Architects.
We bet they look good on the dancefloor but want to know are they good on stage.
Ashleigh has a retrospective look at AoA's first EP release.
Does Ubisoft's acrobatic assassination simulator live up to the hype?
Ezio and Desmond are back in the latest episode of Ubisoft's free-running epic.
Briony Tallis changes the course of several lives when she accuses her older sister's lover of a crime he did not commit. Based on the British romance novel by Ian McEwan
Flesh eating aliens against a gang of South London muggers? Too close to call.
Macy Gray meets Romily Alice, with folk stylings, and quotes from Hunter S Thompson.
We've all used force feedback controllers, but a headset?
Set in northern Australia before World War II, an English aristocrat who inherits a sprawling ranch reluctantly pacts with a stock-man in order to protect her new property from a takeover plot.
So, is the follow up to her debit any good?
A Review of CBS’ ‘Elementary’ by Sean Olding
By Julia Green