I have to be honest and state that my favourite Martial Arts film of all time is Jackie Chan’s 1978 masterpiece “The Drunken Master”. It’s a simple story, of a young martial artist who has brought shame to his family, so his father arranges for beggar Su, the ‘Drunken Master’ to train him, in the […]
True Legend tells the origin story of Su Can. A much celebrated General in the Chinese military, whom after rescuing a member of the Royal Family, is offered the position of Governor of Hu Bei province. Su Can has no such interest in this, and would much rather retire from the military and dedicate his […]
The Amityville Horror series! Just in time for Halloween is this great Collection of the first 3 films to get your skin crawling…
A devious wizard , a child born unto flame and the tale of the Makai, desperately trying to reform their Kingdom… Garo the animation is amazing.
Some mysterious murders in the countryside of Germany, where the victims turn to stone! Surely it couldn’t be the the work of…. an old Greek myth?
One of the most popular animes had a highly anticipated live action version made…and despite the hate train chugging full steam ahead, this guy actually really dug it…alot.
Its not often an anime really grabs me, but Kentaro Miura’s Berserk is one that literally blows me away.
Biddi, Biddi, Biidi…Welcome back Buck! The Sci Fi soap opera of the late 70s and early 80’s is back! In HD Form!
From the team that brought you “From Bedrooms to Billions”, comes the Amiga Years by Nicola and Anthony Caulfield. When their Kickstarter campaign was announced I was instantly attracted to the idea of viewing a documentary focusing on my beloved childhood machine, the Commodore Amiga. Whilst I only owned an Amiga 500 back in its […]
Oz Comic-Con has been and passed in 2016, displaying local and overseas Comic talent, celebrities from TV shows, the dazzling Cosplay and a whole heap of awesome merchandise to scour through! Luckily the team from Retro Domination/ +3 to Geekdom were invited to soak up the awesomeness!
I will be the first to admit that I am generally not a fan of mobile gaming, however it is hard to deny the ever growing popularity of gaming on tablets and mobile phones, as they begin to eclipse traditional portable gaming devices. With this market on the rise, traditional console accessory manufacturers have stepped […]
Most of us love retro gaming; even the casual gamer enjoys a quick play on Super Mario Bros and Alex Kidd. Some people even love the long running Final Fantasy series with its many games and remakes, including the upcoming mobile remake of Adventures of Mana written about by IGN as well as the remake […]
It’d been years since id sat around the kitchen table with friends to enjoy a few ales, crack some silly jokes and roll some dice. Kind of a lost art that i’m glad I’ve rediscovered.
The Zx Spectrum the 8bit wonder from the UK unfortunately was never released here in Australia. Clive Sinclair’s little power house was a force to be reconed with in it’s homeland, considering it’s two main rivals the Commodore 64 and the Amstrad Cpc range were it’s main competitors. The Spectrum came in several models, the […]
My Childhood was dominated by Sensible World of Soccer on my Amiga 500. Well I’ve grown up and finally the spiritual successor to SWOS has finally been announced, Jon Hare, the brainchild of Sensible Software now under his own software house, Tower Studios has announced his new Kickstarter campaign for Sociable Soccer. Sociable Soccer is […]