CantPauseThis.com’s Winter Movie Preview

So far this year’s summer tent pole movies have been a bit of a critical and, arguably, an audience failure. Films that had high hopes like Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice or Jason Bourne just did not light the box office on fire like they were supposed to (they made money but not enough)….

“I kicked that f***** into the creek!” – Blair Witch (2016) in review.

It’s 1999, “Hit Me Baby One More Time” plays on the radio as you browse that new website, Myspace. Looking up from your iBook (you’re so on trend) you see a documentary on SciFi channel about a mysterious and chilling string of murders surrounding a quiet out-of-the-way town in Maryland. You see interviews with residents of…

Master Of Disguise

Typically when a sixteen year old is using make-up they’re focusing on eye-liner and lip gloss. Not so with Lara Wirth aka Armageddonpainted who is focused on making herself look as  different and terrifying as possible. It should also be mentioned she does a phenomenal job at it, as demonstrated in the pics below. Incredible Lara…

Xbox One – A Backwards Compatible Top Five.

With next generation gaming systems firmly entrenched underneath most of our television sets after a three year tenure, previous generation consoles have mostly been cast aside for either an Xbox One,  PlayStation 4, PC gaming rig, Nintendo’s Wii U (in comparitively small numbers admittedly) or a varying combination of the above. In this article I…

Is Jim Gordon Interesting? – A Review of Gotham Seasons 1 & 2

How did we get to Gotham? Since first featuring in Detective Comics issue #27 in May 1939 Batman has held a special place in peoples hearts across all types of media from film, comics, books, TV and more, you can barely go anywhere without seeing a Batman merch piece being visible. The no nonsense detective in…

The Great War, but a Great Game? Battlefield 1 Beta in Review

War is hell. Much like the comments section of any Battlefield & Call of Duty comparison video. But what did I think of it when I got hands on with the open Beta this last fortnight? It’s up to you to decide how you feel about the choice of setting or DICE’s decision to continue…

Kubo and the Two Strings – Review

Kubo and the Two Strings is a masterclass in what is possible using stop motion animation, this should come as no surprise as the people who are behind this one hundred and two minute wonder are Laika, the same geniuses who beautifully animated The Boxtrolls and Coraline. Kubo (voiced by Art Parkinson) has been hunted…

Stranger Things: A Discussion of Fan Theories

If you haven’t seen the Netflix original series Stranger Things yet, firstly: where have you been? It’s eight episodes! Seriously, drop what you’re doing and watch it. Trust me. And secondly: stop reading here. This is going to be spoiler heavy and will likely ruin one of the most interesting and original shows to air this…

Lights Out – In Review

Horror is a genre that is most effective in your head. In the moments following the trailer, when your mind races and fills in the blanks with scenes that make you outwardly shiver; in the hours following when you hesitate to turn off the light, taking a few extra moments to drift off to sleep….

The Curious Case of Bill Goldberg

Rumours abound of the impending return of one Bill Goldberg to the WWE, here is my two cents on this movement. Many journalists, sports, wrestling or otherwise seem to have some form of bias one way or another so I want to go a different route and offer the Pros and Cons of Goldberg returning…