Dark Shadows has what you've come to expect from Burton: gothic and gorgeous visuals, a truly odd mix of characters,and a pale-faced Depp, but it's at once over-stuffed and underwhelming.
Oo - ooOO - OOOOOOOOOooooo. Oo - ooOO - OOOOOOOOOooooo. Ahem. An ambitious group of explorers travel to a distant region of space to uncover the secrets of humanity's origin, but a far more sinister revelation lies in wait.
Jaw-dropping visuals, intense gameplay and a plot that'd blow over in a strong wind; Max Payne is back and running the gauntlet yet again to sate our terrible bloodlust. Hasn't that man suffered enough?
A good way to spend an otherwise dull Sunday. What else would you be doing aside from sitting about in the nude and scratching yourself, in fairness?
Marina Diamandis has written some gorgeous, clever, affecting songs. The problem is that none of them are on Electra Heart.
Against Ireland’s culture of healthy trad, conventional rock and pedestrian pop, The Dying Seconds’ orchestral electronica comes rather close to aural relief.
Lo-fi funk with an understated cool, Coastal Grooves is an album for late-night chilling and headphone grooving.
In Little Sparks, Delorentos' trademark hooks are even punchier, their melodies sweeter, their danceability more likely to imperil the soles of your shoes.
The celebrated series has been torn down and rebuilt as a grittier beast, and that's not necessarily a good thing.
In the quest to introduce the legends to a new generation, has their original charm been spread too thin?
The problem with Born To Die isn’t that it doesn’t do exactly what it says on the proverbial tin (vintage, possibly with a glamour girl transfer on the metal); it’s that it doesn’t get anywhere near the heights project...