Mon, 9 January 2012
On this edition of the show it's a spooky house and sanitorium, a wayward king and Marvel's Might Mutants in action. First up producer Guillermo Del Toro brings another tale of terror with the dvd review of Don't Be Afraid of The Dark (courtesy of Alliance Films) where a young girl finds out that terror can come in small packages. Then addictions come to life with the dvd review of Hidden (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) where a group of people discover that some secrets are best kept undoscivered. It's a time travel with a medieval twist in the dvd review of In The Name of the King 2 :Two Worlds (Courtesy of Phase 4 Films) starring Dolph Lundgren as Granger, a man who must defeat his personal demons to save a kingdom. Time for more mighty Marvel Mutant Mayhem with the video game review of X-Men : Destiny for the PS3 (Courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca) as you control the fate of a young mutant fighting alonside the X-men or the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants in this 3rd person action RPG. Music for this episode features the songs Lady of The Dark by The Quintessentials, All The King's Men by John Zielman & The Selves and Soulful Battle by Crush, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.