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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.
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Raw review

Julia Ducournau's unconventional horror film is certainly shocking – but underneath the meat and eroticism, there is a genuinely compelling take on the coming-of-age genre

The Best Summerslam Matches

Our Summerslam week coverage wraps up with a look at the Top 5 matches from the rich in-ring history of the Summerslam event.

The Worst Summerslam Matches

Summerslam week continues with a look back at some of the worst matches in Summerslam history. Hold tight, this is going to be a bumpy ride

Small-Screen Jabber 19-25 August

Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including The State, Ill Behaviour and Silk Road: Drugs, Death and the Dark Web

The Top WWE Summerslam Moments

With the 2017 edition looming, here are five of the greatest moments in SummerSlam history

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The Hitman's Bodyguard review

The Hitman’s Bodyguard is an action-packed buddy comedy caper, which has shots of adrenalin but ultimately fails, weakened by a poor script and tired tropes

E-cigarette use across Film, TV and Gaming

From a fairly low-key start, back in the early 2000s, e-cigarettes have made steady progress in winning over the general public, and in more recent years, vaping has seen a...

Retrojab: WWE Summerslam 2002

Summerslam week continues with another look back at one of the most historic editions of the summertime event, Summerslam 2002

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Fair

Napping Princess review

Napping Princess offers a film that is indisputably vibrant and visually arresting, but while serving as an entertaining family outing it is sadly lacking in real substance