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A remake of a film, but in this case Vinnie Jones plays the Football star jailed for assault leading a group of inmates in a match against prison guards.
We catch up with northern nu-folk duo Megson for their Sunday set at the Big Session.
As well as hitting things. popping noises with silly putty, Melinda also likes to sing...
By Gabrielle Zevin
Protecting the earth from the scum of the universe
Master of Puppets is the third studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica. Recorded in 1985, the album was released on March 3, 1986 through Elektra Records.
Metric's fourth studio album checks in, and impresses all the way.
Back with her second album....
From the chap who did the title track of The Exorcist....
Hannah Montana is back with a third EP/Album, so is she changing her style
Lego meets zombies. What's not to like?
Liz and Stuart witness the horror of the Misfits at Newcastle's O2 Academy!
Rosanna discovers a plethora of musical delights at the tenth anniversary of DMH's Summer Sundae Weekender...
Carnage on a Dupstep scale.
It's like going on safari...but with dinosaurs and big swords!
Arguably one of the UK's best comedy exports ever, Monty Python have accumulated fans from all round the world with their oddball, and often controversial sense of humour.
Sam Rockwell gives an amazing performance in this masterpiece of hard sci-fi.
Epic, Alternative, Pop
Morrissey's ninth studio album might be the one to finally convince doom-mongers that there's more to the man than misery.
Adventure games really don't get much bigger then this!
The final Mortal Kombat game of this current era is a big one.
Is this album really a moment of an epiphany?
Carling Academy Birmingham
Scary Hairy man shouts at Microphone.
There's more to Motorhead then "Ace of Spades" you know! Supported by Michael Monroe
Charlie checks out the Carbonated EP, but does it fizz?
Disaster has a passport.
They may sound like a removals firm but in actual fact, Mumford & Sons are an English Indie folk band from London
Share the music with someone you love.
Bradley has an MCR moment!
The Black Parade is the third studio album by the rock quintet My Chemical Romance, released in October 23, 2006 through Reprise Records.
Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge is the second studio album by rock quintet My Chemical Romance, released on June 8, 2004 through Reprise Records.
Doom for Improvement?
Anna Fitzgerald looks to earn medical emancipation from her parents who until now have relied on their youngest child to help their leukemia-stricken daughter Kate remain alive.
By Marcus Sedgewick
Against all the odds, Hunter is sent to N-Dubz....
Treasure hunter Benjamin Gates must uncover the truth behind the assassination of Abraham Lincoln by unlocking the mysteries contained within the missing pages of John Wilkes Booth’s diary, in order to save his family name from disgrace and infamy.
Sophie has a retrospective look at the last NFS game...
A street racing game that takes more than a few cues from The Fast and the Furious movie
EA bring Criterion on board to take the Need For Speed series back to its roots, with surprising consequences...
The meek may inherit the earth, but they’d better stay off the track.
Sweat / Suit is a 2005 album by Nelly. It combines the hits from the two albums he released in 2004 (Sweat and Suit) into one CD.
A Leicestershire band, with a hint of old school New Found Glory...
Easily the softest shooter on Wii.
By Stephanie Meyer
The latest Mario game in the series hits the DS. Does having twice the screens also means twice the gameplay and twice the fun?
Compelling and beautiful
All the Right Reasons is the fifth studio album by the Canadian post-grunge/hard rock band Nickelback, released on October 4, 2005.
Alice reviews NIckelback's 7th studio album
Peace, Palma Violets, Miles Kane, Django Django