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DVD Review: Def Leppard – London To Vegas

This is a massive collection. But I’m not going to use that as an excuse for being a day later getting our review up! That was just down to being busy as flipping usual… Def Leppard’s London To Vegas release came out [...]

May 30, 2020 DVD/Blu-Ray Reviews

Video/Album Review: Slayer – The Repentless Killogy

An email pops through. “If you are interested in reviewing the latest Slayer release, The Repentless Killogy, please let me know so I can send you a screener link.” I apologise for any hospital treatment necessary as I bit the [...]

November 9, 2019 Album Reviews, DVD/Blu-Ray Reviews

DVD Review: Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators – Living the Dream Tour

With every album Slash has released under his own name, a live album and DVD has followed. And in keeping with tradition, Living the Dream has proven no exception. Always in a different place (Stoke, New York and LA), round [...]

September 18, 2019 DVD/Blu-Ray Reviews

DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – Bridges to Bremen

The 90s saw The Rolling Stones bigger than ever, having already transcended into a space where they didn’t need to write any new material, people would still buy tickets faithfully as they wheeled out hit after hit every night. 1997 [...]

June 28, 2019 DVD/Blu-Ray Reviews

Film Review: Mind Over Matter

“Music is life, wrapped up into beautiful little notes.” – Brandon Mendenhall It seems like films to review are like buses. You wait ages then two come along at once, only these buses couldn’t be any more different. Recently I [...]

January 15, 2019 DVD/Blu-Ray Reviews

Film Review: Stadium Anthems

We don’t do many films reviews, and those we do get through tend to be biopics, documentaries or simple live videos of gigs. Stadium Anthems is an actual, proper motion picture in the style of a docu-drama. Inevitably with the “straight [...]

January 6, 2019 DVD/Blu-Ray Reviews