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Description Ed Loy has made some changes. He has moved into an apartment in Dublin's city centre, leaving behind his family home: he wants to break free of the ghosts of his own past, to live in the teeming prese... more

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Review of Definitely Dead - Charlaine Harris

Excellent

“Definitely Dead”

published 01/11/2014

Back in Bon Temps with Miss Stackhouse...and Eric

Could be more vampire involvement

...and this little visit may turn out to be more than she anticipated. Settle down with Sookie After the last installment Dead as a doornail which was a little less alluring and tantalising it was great to get those pages turning. Definitely dead will mean just that for a few characters, naturally the vampires fall into that category anyhow. I note a slight change in narration and tone in this...

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Review of Dead Space 3 (PC)

Satisfactory

Co-operative Story Mode, Dead Space Name & Controls

Story, Scares, Micro-Transactions, Bench, Puzzles, Unoriginal, Price

...3 As soon as the trailer for Dead Space 3 reached television sets in early 2013, I knew all too well that this game would in all likelihood be a bit of a stinker. The trailer? We see the games previous protagonist Isaac Clarke stare at some kind of new marker (ancient evil obelisk from past games) - the kind that was supposed to be destroyed, in a 'new and exciting' snowy landscape as...

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Review of The Dead Zone (DVD)

Excellent

“The Dead Zone”

published 21/08/2013

Great acting, direction and mood turn a cliche plot into an excellent film

Not sure I know of any, it depends upon personal taste

...himself afterwards. In many ways it?s his mid-period films though that get me. Does this mean I?m just a little bit uncouth? I mean, when you watch The Brood, The Dead Zone and Videodrome they?re not quite pure horror in the same way Scanners and Rabid are and they certainly are not as sophisticated as those films where his initial obsession with body horror shifts more towards mental not physical...

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