The Nintendo 64 was officially released in 1996, forcing it to compete with both the Sony PlayStation and the Sega Saturn (though the Saturn was by far the least successful of the three). If you were born in or around the 90’s, it’s very likely you grew up with an N64, a PlayStation, or even both consoles. Which is why, ...Read More »
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The deep lyrical meaning and artistic power of a song can be debated to no end. And while opinions m...
Greetings all and welcome once again to another of my little top five lists. So I’ve talked about th...
The year was 1989, and, believe it or not, now-competitive rivals Sony and Nintendo were actually bu...
I’ve always been a bit of a science fiction fan. Ever since I first watched an episode of Star...
The Nintendo 64 was officially released in 1996, forcing it to compete with both the Sony PlayStatio...
The year was 1989, and, believe it or not, now-competitive rivals Sony and Nintendo were actually business partners back in the day. As the story goes, Nintendo wanted to develop an expansion for its Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), which was also called the Super Famicom in Japan. The project was to create a SNES console which would play CD-ROM ...Read More »
Christmas is a special, joyous time in the hearts and souls of billions of people all around the world. It’s only natural that we should celebrate it with music, one of mankind’s most beloved art forms. Yes, since the very beginning of time, music has been helping us express our innate feelings as humans; everything from happiness, to sadness, to ...Read More »
Yes, it’s that time of year again! And what could go more perfectly with a steaming mug of hot cocoa (or peppermint mocha) than your favorite holiday movie? (Besides whipped cream, of course.) It’s time to deck the halls, all while spending precious quality time with the ones we love. That’s why I’ve compiled my top 5 Christmas movies ever, ...Read More »
I’ve always been a bit of a science fiction fan. Ever since I first watched an episode of Star Trek, I was hooked! And it’s not surprising that the phenomena of Sci-fi TV has grown exponentially since Kirk and the boys hit the TV screens back in the 60’s. Sci-fi allows us to escape into our fantasies of alien worlds ...Read More »
This post was SO hard! Seriously! I have loved every single episode of Xena Warrior Princess and to try and select just 5 of them to write about here, was really, really difficult. So, in no particular order, largely because that would have been just way too hard, here are the 5 best ever episodes of Xena Warrior Princess as ...Read More »
We are fast approaching the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary episode and in honour of this prestigious occasion, I have decided to have a look back through the new series of Doctor Who and select what I believe are the 5 best episodes. So, without further ado, please read on to see which episodes I’ve chosen! *Some of the videos may ...Read More »
There’s nothing like the escapism provided by the indulgent, extravagant, and gritty genre of the gangster film. And for sheer escapism as well as masterful film-making, there’s no better films in the genre than these five. 5. Scarface (1983) Scarface is Brian De Palma’s love letter to the gangster genre. A remake of a 1932 Howard Hawks film, De ...Read More »
Britain has produced some pretty top notch comedy in its time. The BBC and Channel 4 still continue to outdo themselves with comedy gold. In this article, I will be evaluating what I feel are the top 5 best British comedy shows to have ever hit our TV screens. Now, I could without hesitation stretch this article to a Top ...Read More »
The deep lyrical meaning and artistic power of a song can be debated to no end. And while opinions may vary, there is one test for music that seems outright objective: does it make you dance? A good dance track-be it techno, house, or a top 40 remix-has the indelible quality of movement programmed into its rhythm. Don’t believe me? ...Read More »