September 17, 2014

LOTRO – The Benefits of Essences?

The essence system was introduced to LOTRO two months ago and I have repeatedly tried to approach it

September 16, 2014


Spencer Estabrooks, a writer and director with a beard that is almost as awesome as his cinematic vision,

September 15, 2014

Contains Moderate Peril Episode 159: Guides, Bundles and CD Keys

After last week’s rather gloomy discussion, the latest Contains Moderate Peril podcast looks at two less serious subjects. First of

September 14, 2014

Zombie Walk Birmingham 2014

Since the death of Brighton’s fantastic Beach of the Dead which last shambled along in 2012 (what is happening

September 13, 2014

Ten Books of Note – A Personal Selection

There is a popular Facebook meme doing the rounds at present, in which you are encouraged to list

September 12, 2014

Classic Movie Themes: The Bride of Frankenstein

Franz Waxman’s score for James Whale’s The Bride of Frankenstein is as iconic as the movie itself. It

September 11, 2014

Richard Kiel (1939 – 2014)

I grew up during the Roger Moore Bond era with all its excesses, gadgets and self deprecating humour. At the

September 10, 2014

Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition – Finish Him!

  I have fond memories of the original Mortal Kombat game. Upon its release for consoles in 1992, I

September 9, 2014

Lifeless Planet Review

When I first saw the trailer for Lifeless Planet, I found its initial premise very intriguing. It put me

September 8, 2014

Contains Moderate Peril Episode 158: #GamerGate

On this week’s Contains Moderate Peril podcast we discuss the contentious and nebulous subject of #GamerGate. Sean and I along

September 6, 2014

Apparently e-Sports Are “Not a Sport”

In case you didn’t know (and prior to this post, I didn’t either) John Skipper is the President

September 5, 2014

Before I Go to Sleep (2014)

The initial premise for Before I Go to Sleep is intriguing and evokes memories of both classic Film