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Orwell by Christin & Verdier


Orwell by Christin & Verdier review by Harrison

Available from all good retailers (Self Made Hero) 4 Stars

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This is a genuine ‘must own’ for any fans of George Orwell. And if you’ve never read his books in the past – this is a great introduction to the man and why he’s such an important character in literature!!!

WrestleMania 37, 38 and 39 Special


WrestleMania 37, 38 and 39 Special review by Harrison and Con

WretleMania 37 Available on DVD/Blu-Ray 7/6/21 (12) and WrestleMania 38/39 Shirts Available from WWE EuropShop (S/M/L)

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If you love WWE and Wrestling – Wrestlemania and everything that goes with the extravaganza is both a must see and must own!!!

WWE WrestleMania 37 review by Con CLICK HERE!!!

WrestleMania 38 and 39 Shirts available from WWE EuroShop!!!

WWE WrestleMania 37


WWE WrestleMania 37 review by Con

This year’s WrestleMania brought us two nights of magnificent Wrestling action from the mighty male and female WWE superstars. Also there was a return of a live audience to add to the fun. 

In many ways it felt like two WrestleMania’s for the price of one. 

WrestleMania Matches included: 

Universal Championship Triple Threat Match

Roman Reigns v Edge v Daniel Bryan 

Raw Women’s Championship Match

Rhea Ripley v Asuka

Intercontinental Championship Nigerian Drum Fight Match

Apollo Crews v Big E 

United States Championship Match

Sheamus v Riddle 

Kevin Owens v Sami Zayn 

WWE Women’s Tag Team Title Match

Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax v Natalya & Tamina 

Randy Orton v The Fiend 

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match

Bianca  Belair v Sasha Banks 

Bad Bunny & Damian Priest v The Miz & John Morrison

Steel Cage Match

Braun Strowman v Shane McMahon 

Raw Tag Team Championship Match

AJ Styles & Omos v The New Day’s Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods 

Cesaro v Seth Rollins 

WWE Women’s Tag Team Title Match

Natalya & Tamina def. Naomi & Lana, Mandy Rose, Dana Brooke, The Riott Squad & Carmella & Billie Kay 

WWE Championship Match

Bobby Lashley v Drew McIntyre 

I will end up missing the Thunder Dome going forward as it’s been such an exciting place to watch the Superstars battle it out, but it was so cool to see the audience back enjoying the matches.  My favourite match over the two nights was probably the Braun Strowman v Shane McMahon fight, it was incredible. Cage matches are always amazing but the storyline around this match was so good. It was very different to any matches we’ve seen before too.

The Bad Bunny match was also very special. Bad Bunny Really knows how to wrestle!!!  

The disc not only includes all of the action from the two nights, but as an added bonus you also get the best of Raw and SmackDown from 2020/21. Loads of WWE to enjoy!!!

WWE WrestleMania 37 Out on DVD and Blu-Ray 7/6/21 TO BUY CLICK HERE!!! (12) 5 Stars

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This is a must own DVD and Blu-Ray for any WWE fan. Yet another brilliant year for WWE with WrestlMania 37!!! 

Kidzcoolit and Youth #Gottit WWE WrestleMania Special CLICK HERE!!!

Funimation – Demon Slayer The Movie Mugen Train


Funimation – Demon Slayer The Movie Mugen Train review by Harrison

In Cinemas 26/5/21 (15) 4 Stars

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Beautifully animated with load of action. A must see for all Demon Slayer fans!!!

Harrison and Josh at the special London Leicester Square IMAX Screening!!!

Zack Snyder’s Justice League


Zack Snyder’s Justice League review by Harrison

Available on DVD, Blu-Ray, 4K and Digital Download 24/5/21 (15) 5 Stars

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We liked the original movie – but this far surpasses anything you’ve seen before. This is not the same film again – Zack Snyner’s version of Justice League is darker, Grittier, has better character development and a whole host of new key characters. The original is great for Kidz – but this is for the die hard DC Comic fans. Zack Snyder has created a Super Hero Masterpiece – Highly Recommended!!!

Urban Species – Justice League Shirts and Sweatshirt review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

DC Comics – Wonder Woman 1984 review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

DC Comics – Batman Soul of the Dragon review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

A Quiet Place Part 2


A Quiet Place Part 2 review by Harrison

In Cinemas 3/6/21 (15) 5 Stars (Advance Previews Bank Holiday Monday)

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And so the story continues. The Empire Strikes Back/Back To The Future Part 2 of Horror – Highly Recommended!!!

Harrison at the Quiet Place Part 2 UK Gala Screening!!!

A Quiet Place Part 1 review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

Disney + Star – Marvel M.O.D.O.K


Disney + Star – Marvel M.O.D.O.K review by Harrison

Available on Disney + Star 21/5/21 (16 Years +) 4 Stars

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It’s silly escapism for adult Marvel fans. Lots of animated naughtiness and random gore. Really good fun!!!

PlayStation 5 – Resident Evil Village


PlayStation 5 – Resident Evil Village

Being my first entry into the resident Evil franchise, ‘Village’ was both a treat and a mystery to me. I had previously perceived the resident evil games as mass shoot ’em ups but was presently surprised when I was greeted to a much more puzzle/adventure game as Ethan Winters (protagonist of the previous game, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard) is once again thrust into the supernatural world in search of his infant daughter, Rose.

The game begins some 3 years after the events of RE 7, with Ethan desperately attempting to live a normal life with his wife Mia and their newborn daughter, however, as you could probably expect with the Resident Evil games, all does not stay normal for long as Ethan finds himself waking up in the middle of a Romanian forest with no understanding of why he is there. After traversing through many a dead, strung-up crow and several decapitated goat heads, he finds himself faced with a middle ages-esque castle and a seemingly abandoned town to match. After some minor exploration and an attack from what seemed like hundreds of Lycans (werewolves for those who aren’t horror buffs), Ethan uncovers the villager’s weird cult-like obsession with the mysterious ‘Mother Miranda’ as it becomes clear his daughter’s kidnapping is part of a much deeper ploy.

Right off the bat, the game’s settings are beautiful and engaging, taking place in predominantly the castle and village with a couple of other areas sprinkled in for good measure. The beginning is relatively quick, throwing you into the action almost instantly. Many eery characters are introduced, being explored individually later in the game.

The characters are memorable and creepy, with interactions with the 4 lords, especially, being a highlight of the play through. These Lords make up the bosses of the game, with fights feeling unique, keeping me jumping out of my seat constantly. Lady Dimitrescu , the first boss of the game, is by far the best of the 4 Lords, with all 9 foot 6 of her Vampirical maliciousness shining through as Ethan tries to escape her castle. Unfortunately, the game’s highest point is this section with its start being one of the best I have ever played yet proceeds being of slightly less quality. This is a minor criticism, however, with its highs (of which there are many) being incredibly high and its lows being only ‘very good’.

Ethan is an engaging MC and Mother Miranda’s aura alone provides ample reason to fear her. The game is filled with twists and turns with major shocks throughout. There is an abundance of jumpscares, and just enough gunplay to satisfy anything a Resident Evil fan could want. With a playing time of 8 to 10 hours and a new addition of side quests which aren’t usually present within RE games, there is ample content to justify its £50 price tag.

Overall, this may be the best horror game I have ever played!!!

Available on PlayStation 5 7/5/21 (PEGI 18) 5 Stars

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It’s classic Resident Evil for the modern gamer. Full of Jumpy moments, Big Scares, Weird Creatures and Lots and Lots of Gore. Highly Recommended!!!

PlayStation 5 review by Harrison and Con CLICK HERE!!!



LiveNow – MAMAMOO review by Caitlin

What better way of starting May than enjoying a Mamamoo concert from the comfort of my living room. Thanks to LIVENow I could sing and scream as loud as I wanted without being bothered by others. If you aren’t familiar with the vibrant yet complicated world of K-pop, you may be confused and asking yourself what and who are Mamamoo?

Mamamoo are a 4 member Korean girl group that debuted in 2014 under RBW Consisting of leader Solar, main rapper Moonbyul, main dancer Wheein and youngest member and lead vocalist Hwasa. Mamamoo known for their jazz and R&B inspired discography kickstarted their career with the song Mr Ambiguous. Before 2014 all members individually auditioned for various entertainment companies and finally were accepted to RBW and trained for a total of three years. The agency wanted to form a group that could sing well while having fun on stage.

Originally there were nine trainees and through monthly evaluations, we were left with the current four members that we know today finally fitting the image and standard that the CEO had envisioned for the group.

The idea behind Mamamoo was to have members who were conveyed as artists rather than idols giving them the idea for their debut single going for an R&B soul sound that had not been done before by any K-pop girl group at the time.

In March 2016, they received their first number one win on SBS Inkigayo with the song ‘You’re the best’ followed by another 7 wins on other music shows. Since then they have released many hits such as ‘Yes I am’, ‘Starry night’ and my favourite ‘Hip’.

During their 6-year long career, Mamamoo have made a name for themselves with their amazing vocals and bright unique concepts having a big influence with their girl power energy on a new and upcoming group on the K-pop scene.

My favourite song by Mamamoo before the concert was the absolute smasher known as ‘Hip’ however after the show my opinion has drastically changed. As of yesterday, I have found a new love for the song ‘Gogobebe’ there live rock version of the song is an absolute masterpiece and took me by surprise.

Overall, my online Mamamoo concert experience was very much enjoyable. The show was well executed with a combination of scenery and outfit changes, taking the time to talk to those at home made it feel almost like the same in-person experience.

After this gig, I have found a newfound respect for Mamamoo as performers. I had never had the opportunity to watch them perform before and have been blown away by their stage presence and talent that they all have. As a group it is evident that they have good chemistry as well as a strong friendship that shows on stage. The production of the show mirrored
the same structure as an in-person concert making it an even more immersive experience.

My final scoring will be 5/5 stars I would give more if possible as an old K-pop fan myself I can proudly say that Mamamoo are one of the best groups to watch live their passion and level of professionalism beamed through my tv screen and I would gladly see them again.

Available on Live Stream 1/5/21 (LiveNow) 5 Stars

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If you’re either a K-Pop fan this was a must see Digital gig. These LiveNow concerts are always well produced and feel very intimate – just like being in a small music venue. Highly Recommended!!!