Nick Bown

Nick Bown

Nick Bown is Screenjabber's Technical Director and occasionally finds the time to write as part of the Games team. Hailing from a time when computer games came on tape and consoles had wood effect cases, Nick has been gaming for a while and regularly enjoys PC and console titles. As a hardware nerd, he can often be found tinkering with the innards of gaming rigs and servers or explaining the difference between L2 cache and system RAM to those keen to take their gaming hardware to the next level!
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Saw IV

Hard to believe it’s only been 12 months since Saw III hit cinemas, but alas, we are living in the era of the sequel where film franchises are relegated to...

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Die Hard 4.0 (aka Live Free or Die Hard) DVD

With a yippee-ki-yay motherfudger, super-grumpy supercop John McClane is back on our screens ... looking older, balder and so much worse for wear. Oh, and with a cleaner mouth this time.

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INTERVIEW Eli Roth

'If you're pissing off the establishment, you must be doing something right'Neil Davey caught up with Eli Roth, the director of Cabin Fever and Hostel I and II director and...

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Carlos Reygadas’ Silent Light

Day 7: Tuesday October 23

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Fair

Sicko

Michael Moore is back. No, really he is. Sicko, his latest documentary, is a colossal return to form for the crumpled Mr M.

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Fair

Lagerfeld Confidential

Karl Lagerfeld is an icon of the fashion world. Even if you can't place the name, you will surely recognise his mostly monochromatic signature style, the grey ponytail that sits...

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INTERVIEW Tobin Bell, Saw IV

You can't keep a good gorenographer downJigsaw may be dead, but the franchise — and the actor who plays him — live on.

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Superb

Family Guy: Season 6 (DVD)

Often dismissed as a ‘poor man’s Simpsons’, there are many of us who know that Family Guy is much more than that. The Simpsons attack popular culture with a subtle knife.

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The Possession of Joel Delaney (DVD)

I'm a bit of a girl when it comes to scary movies, it has to be said, but the fact I had to switch The Possession of Joel Delaney off...