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Impossiball: it’s got a mind of its own

Impossiball: it’s got a mind of its own

Anyone else remember this? The ball that moved in an ‘unpredicta-ball’ way. It was like it was alive. Obviously I now know it just has a big steel ball inside, slightly off-centre to make it move strangely, but at the time it was awesome. There’s…

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Impossiball

Name: Impossiball Manufacturer: Action GT Year: Early 80s Country of origin: UK Category: Toys & Games Tags: Action GT Notes: This was so exciting to me as a child. A ball that moved in an unpredictable way. It was like it was alive. Obviously I…

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My thoughts on Captain Marvel

My thoughts on Captain Marvel

I saw Captain Marvel a few days ago and I just wanted to get my thoughts down on the blog while they were still fresh. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought it had tonnes of charm, was extremely well made, great characters, great time…

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My thoughts on Bohemian Rhapsody viewed on Screen X technology

My thoughts on Bohemian Rhapsody viewed on Screen X technology

Queen were a big part of my childhood. I’m going to be doing a Top Ten list of my most nostalgic songs soon and I can reveal that Radio Ga Ga is very high up on that list. I had that song on vinyl single…

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The most influential video games of all time

The most influential video games of all time

There was a time when children and adults had to make their own kind of entertainment. Board games, cards, riding bikes or playing football were popular of course. These were old standards until the invention of video games. The first games had their share of…

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How Arcade Games Inspired the Modern Phenomenon of eSports

How Arcade Games Inspired the Modern Phenomenon of eSports

Video gaming is always a welcome topic on this website and arcade gaming is one area we particularly feel an affinity for. From discussing our favourite arcade hits to making our very own cabinet, the subject is a fascinating area and many of the best…

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My thoughts on Blade Runner 2049

My thoughts on Blade Runner 2049

I just came out of the cinema after seeing Blade Runner 2049 and I just wanted to get some thoughts out of my head. First of all, I’ve always hugely respected the original Blade Runner but it’s never been a film I’ve ‘loved’ until recently….

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Raiders of the Lost Ark Soundtrack

Raiders of the Lost Ark Soundtrack

In our John Williams week within #Johnuary, we are currently right in the midst of his peak period between 1975 and 1983. The next film to look at is the 1981 classic, Raiders of the Lost Ark. This film was a collaboration between Steven Spielberg…

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Top Ten John Carpenter Films

Top Ten John Carpenter Films

I have absolutely loved immersing myself into the world of John Carpenter movies for the first week of my #Johnuary month. I have developed a real love for his work and I will be researching more, watching more and playing the commentaries on DVD. As…

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My experience attending Power-Con 2016

My experience attending Power-Con 2016

Masters of the Universe is without doubt one of my favourite properties of the 80s. It’s possibly the thing I am most nostalgic about from my childhood. One of my most vivid memories from my youth is of playing with my He-Man and Skeletor action…

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