Providing the End hasn’t befallen humanity by time of publication, Tim explores the strange history of apocalyptic predictions and the fateful tidings of the Prophet Hen of Leeds.
Shane brings you this week’s selection of the hottest tracks to get you moving.
Madam Vastra and Jenny are back in this new prequel to The Snowmen.
Artist Conor Collins gives his take on why the British are too intimidated by art. It’s all the French’s fault. Or is it something deeper?
Gabriel takes a look at the new phenomena that is tumblr and introduces us to three blogs you should be following
Roy anticipates the release of BioShock Infinite and explores the awesome world of Rapture in the series’ previous instalments.
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Ed Cripps reviews The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, fighting his way past a dragon, a huddle of dwarves and over-dramatic debates about frame rates…
Amid all the feel-good charm of Christmas movies Tim takes us to a forgotten B-movie classic, complete with psycho Santa, that will surely get you in the festive mood.
Shane gives us his take on this year’s battle for Christmas #1 and treats us to a few guilty pleasures on the way.