No More FOMO: Halo Infinite Gets It Right

Finally a Reason to Rejoice There was much anticipation to see what 343 Studios had done with Microsoft’s flagship franchise after its much-maligned introduction in August 2020. Thankfully, the studio seems to have reacted well to fan feedback, and the game, now given the time, looks far more polished and ready to dazzle than it

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My Bloody Valentine review

A memorable if cliched classic Since this is the month of love I would be remiss to avoid one of the horror genre’s hidden gems based around the sickeningly sweet holiday. In 1981, amidst the wave of holiday-themed slashers inspired by the success of Halloween and Friday the 13th, audiences were treated to another slice

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The Importance of Stephen King

A dive into the works of a horror master. When I first picked up a copy of The Shining for my third-year Literature course at university I was left unimpressed. The ghosts of the Overlook Hotel failed to give me the sweats and sleepless nights that I had expected from reading a King novel. There

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Why I love swearing

**WARNING** Offensive language is used frequently in the following article (obviously). What a wonderful fucking thing swearing is. As someone who has spent years studying and exploring the English language and admiring all of its intricacies and eccentricities, I still cannot resist using the arsenal of colourful expletives that have been gifted to me through

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Five games to look out for in 2021

With lockdown restrictions only getting stricter, many of us are craving an even more potent stream of media to consume during our time stuck at home. Luckily for gamers, there are some treats on the way for us as we look to the new year. Here we will look at five such games that will

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