It's only now that we've come of age we can really appreciate the intricacies of Freaks and Geeks, an angst-free coming-of-age gem with a perfectly realised '80s setting.
Conor returns to Super Metroid, otherwise known as Metroid 3, for some old skool side-scrolling action and a healthy dose of nightmare fuel. Angry apple cores and bipedal brains? What the...?
In which Mr Miyagi teaches Daniel a fancy kick that saves the day. A fancy kick starting with him balancing on one leg with his arms in the air. How impractical is that!?
With the eagerly anticipated release of Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises just on the horizon, we look back to 1989 and Tim Burton’s take on the bat(man).
Giving a teenager Deus Ex and expecting them to understand what’s going on is akin to giving a puppy a chemistry set for Christmas and telling it to “make blue”.
Will returns to the town of eccentrics, villains, buffoons and high school students played by thirty-year-olds and finds there's still much to admire about Twin Peaks.
If an ominous smoking sea cave doesn’t inform you that you are not about to be treated to a pleasant evening of tea and biscuits, then you deserve your inevitable demise.
Onesies are back, so there's no better time to reassess the show that boldly went where someone went before and taught us French people can be cool from time to time.
Three renowned bachelors suddenly acquire an infant overnight. No one bats an eyelid.
If there was no Alice, Mrs Brady's only task - handing out lunch bags in the morning - wouldn't be possible and the whole system would collapse.
Once upon a time there were three beautiful girls who went to the police academy and they were each assigned very hazardous duties. But I took them away from all that and now they work for me.
Teenagers who, despite their trust funds, spend their time hanging out in a homely diner, eating burgers and drinking milkshakes? Why yes, that is endearing.