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Willow Creek [DVD]
Willow Creek [DVD]
Dvd ~ Alexie Gilmore
Price: £4.00

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More realistic than any other found footage film I've ever seen. Give it a look., 10 Aug 2014
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This review is from: Willow Creek [DVD] (DVD)
Didn't really expect a fat lot from this because of the whole "found footage" genre being a hideous and relentless series of let downs and flops. Most are ruined by the editing and addition of musical scores which takes away from the reality that they're trying to attain with these types of films. I bought it because I like Bobcat Goldthwait and Bigfoot is interesting to me too cos of the whole mystery to it.

Bottom line, this was enjoyable from start to finish. The script is a bit clunky and dumb in places between the two lead actors, but it's that, that helped give it more of a realistic feel than others in the genre. They just seemed like 2 people chatting about normal everyday stupid things whilst doing something a bit out of the ordinary (looking for Bigfoot).

It helped that it was all legit too, by that I mean that if its dark in the movie it's because it was shot in the dark, in the woods in a tent, not in a darkened studio. The nature sounds are real (except for the Bigfoot calls, obviously) and I think the only complaint I have about it is when you hear the Bigfoot up close, it sounds a bit bear/typical wild animal like, but thats a minor MINOR issue compared to how authentic the rest of the film feels and short of Bobcat actually capturing a Bigfoot or being attacked by one legit, nobody knows what they'd sound like up close so for that he can be forgiven.

Worth the watch, I personally found myself cheering on old Bigfoot at the end cos the male lead was a bit of a douche and let's face it, you'd like people who are douche's to be eaten by a bear or Bigfoot wouldn't you??? You'll either be a bit scared by it or laugh, both fun things :)


WWE Legends of Wrestlemania (PS3)
WWE Legends of Wrestlemania (PS3)
Offered by Game Dealz
Price: £10.53

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great for nostalgia, ok for a game!, 22 Jan 2011
= Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
Ok, when i got this i was expecting smackdown vs raw meets legends of wrestling, which it kind of is, but it's more legends of wrestling the SvR. The control system is really quite sub standard and the game has very limited move sets for ALL wrestlers in it. It's an ok game but i would only recommend it if you're a HARDCORE fan of WWE and want to relive those Wrestlemania moments over and over. Graphically it's fantastic, not too life like and not massivley cartoony, it looks like a game should (half way between reality and cartoons) in my opinion. But on the technical side of things a below par control system and limited grapples and strikes and the amount of ridiculous mini games (well, the same mini game over and OVER) that happen far too often in one match make this a bit of a tiresome game. So if you're an avid wrestling fan, it's worth the money, but if not, i would stick to the SvR series, much more entertaining and satisfying to play!


Tool Carrycase
Tool Carrycase
Price: £7.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Good gift for an active child!, 22 Jan 2011
= Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: Tool Carrycase (Toy)
This was a gift for my 2 year old nephew and he (as all kids that age) plays with it when he feels like making a bit of a row, but the plastic tools are durable and strong but LOUD when the kid is entertaining himself with them. A good/great gift for him (until you have a headache and he wont stop banging on the table with the hammer, lol).


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