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Steve Boxer

Steve Boxer is Screenjabber's Games Editor. He is a veteran freelance journalist specialising primarily in video games, and he contributes regularly to The Guardian, Trusted Reviews, Empire, Pocket Lint and Digital Spy. Steve has also written for the likes of The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times, The Mirror, The Face, Edge and sleazenation. After acquiring an Atari VCS with its launch line-up of games in 1979, his youth was mostly mis-spent in the arcades. A lifelong Tottenham Hotspur fan, he likes to DJ and build DIY analogue synths.

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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Good

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

7

Good

Pacific Rim: Uprising review

Steven S DeKnight's sequel to Guillermo del Toro's robo-blockbuster may be rusty in some ways compared to its predecessor – but it's still no less of an enjoyable, if basic, action romp

6

Fair

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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Dreadful

Slammer Jabber July 26

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

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Small-Screen Jabber 21-27 July

Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box, including Proms: Pioneers of Sound, The Frankenstein Chronicles and Artist in Residence

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Great

Hotel Artemis review

With a compelling premise, a delightfully colourful and caring cast and a gripping if somewhat plain plot with enough beats and small elements to keep you guessing, Hotel Artemis gives much-needed life to the ‘Neo noir’ genre and proves once more that small indie films can punch above their weight