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Film Torments: Ben-Hur (2016)

THIS WEEK on Torments, Dan looks at a surprisingly interesting bomb. Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ was a staggeringly popular novel at the turn of the 20th Century. Set in the time of...

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Film Torments: Dracula 3000 (2004)

THIS TIME on Torments, Dan wanders where the sun don’t shine. The direct-to-video market is dominated by horror. There’s a simple reason for this: Horror movies, by design, rarely require inflated budgets or star-studded...

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Some of the coolest things shown at E3

THIS year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 for short) was a strange one, and not necessarily in a good way. All the press conferences were slick, well presented and lacked that distinct ‘WTF’ factor of...

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IO Interactive have gone independent

Earlier in the year, it was clear that the fate of IO Interactive (the developers of the Hitman games, Kane & Lynch, Freedom Fighters and Mini Ninjas) was very unclear. Square Enix, their publisher, weren’t happy with the sales...

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Film Torments: Troll 2 (1990)

THIS TIME on Torments, Dan takes a look at an all-time classic. The badness of Troll 2 is legendary in contemporaneity. Its infamy among the bad-movie-loving community (we’ll call them ‘shitslaves’) is legion. For shitslaves like...

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Film Torments: Robo-Dog (2015)

THIS TIME on Torments, Dan takes a look at some doggy wog filmo bong. The cottage industry of straight-to-video dog films has been churning out releases since the advent of Beethoven and Air Bud – sickly-sweet family films...