You Suck at Parking - Game review

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Prepare to take part in the world's most extreme parking experience in You Suck at Parking, the only game where your driving skills aren’t as important as your parallel parking skills. Race against the clock to yank your handbrake in over 100 wild levels with ever-increasing difficulty. Going furiously fast to the designated parking spot will not only ensure you remain extremely cool, calm, and collected; but unlock cool new customization options to pimp your ride with. Climb the global leaderboards and prove to your friends that you truly do have the power to stop. Maybe not the world, but a car, at least. Stuck in the rat race and want to see who would come out on top between you and your friends? Give them the hard shoulder in the multiplayer mode and battle to pull into podium position... [click here...]

 

This is Joan Collins - Soundtrack review

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Silva Screen Records release the soundtrack to This is Joan Collins. Framing and adding sizzle to the self-narrated story of Joan Collin’s life, composer Lindsay Wright taps into the jazzy '60s cocktail sounds to create an era defining soundtrack... [click here...]

 

 

Micro Scalextric: James Bond 007 - Toy review

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Aston Martin has been James Bond's vehicle of choice throughout the film franchise, and the Micro Scalextric James Bond 007 Race Set celebrates his most iconic choices: the Aston Martin DB5 and Aston Martin V8. This set features over 3.5 metres of track, with 9 track layouts which includes a ramp and the new lap-counter booby trap track piece... [click here...]

 

Malka Spigel: Gliding & Hiding - Music review

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Malka Spigel releases Gliding & Hiding via Swim~. Spigel sprang to prominence as bassist and vocalist with Minimal Compact. She’s also an international photographer and video artist. Alongside her partner and long term collaborator Colin Newman, she’s also one half of the electro-kosmiche duo Immersion. The pair are also members of the unique art-pop quartet Githead. Gliding & Hiding gathers together Spigel’s 2014 Gliding EP, with reworked tracks from the 1994 mini-album Hide. The result is a collection that ranges from sunshine pop, to minimal breakbeat techno, all the way to blissed out rock... [click here...]

 

Top Gun: Maverick - Soundtrack review

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Interscope Records release music from the motion picture Top Gun: Maverick. With a combination of classics from the original film, new music, and score, the album reflects Top Gun’s past, present, and future all at once. It boasts instantly recognizable cuts such as the theme song 'Danger Zone' by Kenny Loggins, while Top Gun: Maverick star Miles Teller recorded a live rendition of 'Great Balls of Fire' showcased in the film and included on the record. Plus, it features original score tracks by the movie’s composers Lorne Balfe, Harold Faltermeyer, Lady Gaga and Hans Zimmer... [click here...]

 

Alex Heffes: Sudden Light - Music review

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Film composer Alex Heffes releases an album of original solo piano album, via Silva Screen Records. Sudden Light, sees Heffes perform his own music for the first time stripped back to solo piano in an intimate and personal journey of rediscovery. The album tracks reference themes from many of the composer's film and TV scores such as Hope Gap, Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom and BBC Earth: One Amazing Day. The digital album includes a bonus track version of 'I Have Been Here Before', featuring actress Annette Bening reciting Rossetti’s poem 'Sudden Light' which inspired the title of the album... [click here...]

 

The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe - Soundtrack

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Silva Screen Records digitally release the ITV mini-series soundtrack for The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe. The series is based on the extraordinary and compelling true story of how John Darwin faked his own death. Together with his wife Anne Darwin, John perpetrated one of the most elaborate, devastating and surreal frauds of all time. Faking his death in a canoe accident off the coast of Seaton Carew, North East England, he lived for five years undetected in a bedsit connecting to his wife's bedroom. The couple reaped the rewards of John’s life insurance and plotted a new life together in Panama, whilst their two adult sons believed John to be dead... [click here...]

 

Gift Horse (1952) - Blu-ray review

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StudioCanal release a newly-restored version of the rarely seen classic WW2 Navy thriller, Gift Horse. 80 years ago, during WWII, British ‘Operation Chariot' stunned the Nazis, and the film pays tribute to this raid. In 1940, the Royal Navy is frantically recruiting for WWII so pulls Lieutenant Commander Fraser out of retirement to captain the HMS Ballantrae, herself recently re-commissioned and lent by the Americans to a seriously under-resourced British Navy. Despite an inauspicious start and multiple repairs, Fraser crafts the ship and its crew into an efficient fighting force, culminating in a daring mission to destroy a French dockyard which is crucial to the Nazis in maintaining their formidable battleships... [click here...]

 

Passages Through Time - Music Review

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In Passages Through Time, composer Rain Worthington explores the mystery of instrumental music’s ability to communicate the universality of human experiences. She invites the listener into the realm of the nonverbal to reveal our primal commonality, directly touching the heart and soul with music that is delicate and subtle, yet powerful and transporting... [click here...]

 

SAS: Who Dares Wins - Soundtrack review

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Wayne Roberts' score for SAS: Who Dares Wins, is released via Blip. The Channel 4 show sees contestants taken through the SAS selection process - a gruelling and torturous sequence of tasks designed to test a persons physical and mental strength. A survival of the fittest reality TV show... [click here...]