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7. At the Mountains of Madness

Join us for discussions on the meaning of life, religion, and mutated penguins. 

Review: The Executioners

Alternating exclusively between two settings; these being ”Crushingly Dull” and ”Relentlessly Unpleasant”, The Executioners manages to be pull of the unenviable trick of being consistently off-putting.

Andersonian-Pop: A music playlist

To celebrate the release of his new film, Isle of Dogs, we decided to put together a playlist of our favourite Andersonian-pop:

Review | The Circle

Jack tests his stand-up routine and discusses social media in film.

Review | Beauty and the Beast

Look there goes, the reviewer who’s so pedantic. 

Review | The Void

If it fully embraced the stuff that it was actually good at, The Void could have been excellent, if still a little flawed. Sadly, what you get instead is about 8 minutes of enjoyable splatter and cool creatures, surrounded by an admirable failure that is otherwise slow and kind-of boring.

Horror Games: The honourable mentions

A final (late) addition to Harrison’s horror game series, this time featuring not just one recommendation but several! 

How Alien: Isolation became the best horror game of the current generation

Its structural perfection is matched only by its hostility. Harrison reviews Alien Isolation.

Analysis | Game of Thrones ‘Light of the Seven’ Sequence

SPOILER ALERT! This article will go in depth into season 6, episode 10 so if you haven’t seen it yet, you might not want to read it.

Review | The BFG

Harrison journeys to Giant country.