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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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Killing Gunther review

Killing Gunther is a mockumentary following a group of inept assassins in search of  the most infamous killer of all time

The Cloverfield Multiverse

Let's face it: The Cloverfield Paradox was not a movie entirely fit for a big-screen release. But it was perfect for Netflix.

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Ready Player One review

Ready Player One is an exciting spectacle whose action sequences, rapid-fire references and breathtaking visuals keep its audience entertained

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Small-Screen Jabber 31 March – 6 April

The glorious creation of dimwit Philomena Cunk (played by Diane Morgan) has moved on from appearances in Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe and her two one-off mockumentaries to get her own...

Magic, mystery, mash-ups and moustaches

Join the guys for reviews of new UK releases Ready Player One , Blockers, Isle of Dogs, Journeyman, Pacific Rim Uprising and A Wrinkle in Time

Slammer Jabber March 29

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

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State of Decay 2 preview: Community Survivalism

The first State of Decay was an interesting game, putting the player in control of a group of people during a zombie apocalypse.

Bruce Lee: The Man with the Immortal Legacy

There are few people in who have had such a longlasting impact than Bruce Lee. The martial art star was only an active star for a relatively short period of time.

Run Forrest Run: Why Gump is Still Racing Ahead of the Oscar-Winning Crowd

The months before and after the Oscars are often a time to reflect on the actors and films that have enjoyed big success at the ceremony down the years.