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Neil Davey

Neil Davey is a freelance writer who specialises in things you can do sitting down, such as travelling, eating, drinking, watching films, interviewing famous people and playing video games. (And catching the occasional salmon.) Neil is the author of two Bluffer's Guides (Chocolate, and Food, both of which make lovely presents, ahem), and, along with Stuart O'Connor, is a co-founder of Screenjabber. Neil also writes / has written for The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Square Mile, Delicious Magazine, Sainsbury's Magazine, Foodism, Escapism, Hello! and Square Meal.
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The Darkest Minds review

Wading through a sea of tired tropes and predictable plotting, offset only by the general quality of its cast, The Darkest Minds adds itself to the ever-increasing pile of incorrigibly generic young adult flotsam

Slammer Jabber August 9

Welcome to Slammer Jabber, this week looking at Raw, Smackdown, All in and more.

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Peter Rabbit review

As someone who is only vaguely familiar with the source material – Beatrix Potter's The Tale Of Peter Rabbit and The Tale Of Benjamin Bunny – I would assume that this...

Small-Screen Jabber 4-10 August

Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including Angela Carter: of Wolves and Women, Taxi Tales, Hang Ups, and Jupiter Revealed

We're getting Antsy here

Join the guys for a chat about the latest Marvelous superhero outing, Ant-Man and The Wasp

Slammer Jabber August 2

Welcome to Slammer Jabber, this week looking at Raw, Smackdown, Riptide and more

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Sicilian Ghost Story review

Sicilian Ghost Story is rife with astounding visual correspondences that require no words to have an effect, and are all the mightier for it

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WWE - The Shield: Justice for All review

WWE are back with a brand new DVD set dedicated to The Shield, profiling all three men in since their initial split in 2014

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Small-Screen Jabber 28 July – 3 August

Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box, including Age Before Beauty, Meet the Drug Lords and Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

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