New ‘Texas Chainsaw’ film coming from ‘Evil Dead’ Director

Bloody Disgusting has reported that Fede Alvarez; who directed the 2013 remake of Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead as well as 2016 hit horror Don’t Breathe will produce a new film in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. It is not yet known who will write or direct this new film and Fede is attached only to produce at the moment.

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Review: The Companion Chronicles – The First Doctor (Vol 3)

Review by Michael Goleniewski


The Companion Chronicles range returns to the era of the First Doctor with the latest Companion Chronicles release, The First Doctor Volume Three. It’s a series that has presented some of the earliest examples of great Doctor Who storytelling with 2017’s Volume 2 containing two of my personal favourite First Doctor adventures in Across the Darkened City and The Plague of Dreams. I’m always glad to see these releases continuing and this particular volume is no exception with a strong theme around the concept of heroes and how they are perceived and seen by those around them. How does it stand up compared its predecessors? Let’s take a look: Continue reading

Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N Cardiff – Attraction Review

After a successful run in London, the world-class interactive Marvel’s Avengers exhibition has opened at ST David’s Shopping Centre – Cardiff, and has been attracting big numbers of visitors since it’s opening in June.

The exhibition in Cardiff has followed hugely successful appearances in London, New York, Seoul, Paris, Singapore, Beijing, Taipei and Las Vegas – where it has set up a permanent exhibition.


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Big Finish brings us War Master versus the Master

It takes a Master to defeat a Master…. Sir Derek Jacobi and Mark Gatiss battle it out this December in a new four-part adventure from Big Finish Productions.


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Review: Doctor Who – Tartarus

Review by Michael Goleniewski


Tartarus is an unusual Main Range release in that it mixes two different casts together i.e a Doctor Who TARDIS team and the cast of one of Big Finish’s original releases, Cicero. Taking place in ancient Rome, Cicero centers around the tales of the real-life orator, lawyer, statesman, and philosopher who was a prominent player in the latter days of the Roman republic and the early days of the Roman empire. It’s a set that this reviewer has yet to hear at the time of writing but have heard fantastic things about and hope to tackle in the very near future. Thus, bringing these two casts and settings together seems like a novel idea for a great Who story a la ‘Fires of Pompeii’ (or ‘Fires of Vulcan’ from Big Finish’s main line) as well as a nice introduction in getting listeners excited to check out the other set.

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Review: Doctor Who – Harry Houdini’s War

Review by Michael Goleniewski


Harry Houdini’s War concludes the most recent trilogy of Sixth Doctor stories begun with Memories of a Tyrant in July and Emissary of the Daleks in August. When the Doctor crashes one of Houdini’s shows in September 1917 asking for help, the pair are brought together in search of a spy ring who have captured Peri and the TARDIS. But this particular group has somehow gained access to advanced technology as well as tears in the fabric of space-time that will go a long way in helping the Central Powers win the Great War. But most shockingly of all, it appears they’ve gotten some extra help….from the Doctor himself!

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New clip released from Jay & Silent Bob Reboot

A new Clip has been revealed today for the upcoming Kevin Smith film Jay & Silent Bob Reboot’.

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Twelfth Doctor Adventures in new audio drama boxset

Four brand new audio adventures from the era of Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor will be brought to life by Jacob Dudman in The Twelfth Doctor Chronicles due for release from Big Finish in February 2020.


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New poster & tour dates for Jay & Silent Bob Reboot

A new official poster has been revealed today for the upcoming Kevin Smith film Jay & Silent Bob Reboot’. The poster in inspired by the poster for Quentin Tarantino’s most recent film ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood‘.

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