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Feb 07

Dead Space 2: Game Reviews by Owun Birkett & Junior Smart

Dead Space 2 is a visceral roller-coaster ride.

Aug 28

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World by Owun Birkett {Film review}

Scott Pilgrim has a mix bag of genres. It’s a comic book movie, it’s an action movie, it’s a martial arts movie, it’s a comedy, it’s a romance, it’s a teen flick etc. But it surprisingly all blends well together! Being Edgar Wright’s first American film, he delivers all the goods and exceeds them. The …

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Dec 17

Frost Magazine's Writer of the Year 2012

It’s been an amazing 20 months for us at Frost, and we couldn’t have done it without the passion and hard work of the people that write for us. The sheer variety of backgrounds, specialisms and styles made it incredibly difficult for us to judge who to award the title of ‘Frost Magazine’s Writer of …

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Dec 29

Best Films of 2010. {Entertainment}

Before I start with my list, I will be honest on something; this year was a relatively weak year for films. I’m not saying it was a disappointing or bad year; it just wasn’t as memorable in comparison with 2009 and 2008. Most of the good films (in my opinion) were far and between from …

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Dec 25

The Social Network. {Film Review}

It is rare that a movie is looked at as a joke, but destroys all predictions and exceeds all expectations. This movie is by far the most (unexpectedly) damn good movies of this year. Who’d thought a movie about the creator of Facebook would be this interesting? As you can probably tell from the trailers …

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Dec 25

Tron: Legacy {Film Review}

It has been nearly 30 years since Tron hit the screens, which turned out to be a box-office flop (along with The Thing and Blade Runner that year) but then has become a cult-classic and has been cherished by its fans. Now we have a mega budget sequel, having to please the fans of the …

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Jun 15

Film Reviews: Kick Ass

Kick-Ass (2010) ***** (5 out of 5) Based on a comic series by Scottish comic book writer, Mark Millar. The simple premise is what if an average joe decided to become a superhero? The result is a hilarious black comedy with character depth and a truly unique superhero movie. Aaron Johnson plays the movie’s protagonist, …

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Jun 01

Film Review: Robin Hood (2010)

Frost Rating **** There have been many interpretations of the legendary man himself. Popularly first known by Errol Flynn in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) and then the Kevin Costner version, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991). I’ve only seen the latter, it was all good fun and one of the few films I …

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