This week Phil gives us his first thoughts on the LG C1 4K OLED TV in for review, plus, Steve gives us the low down on the JBL Synthesis SDR-35 AV Receiver while Ed talks DAC's. And Cas wraps things up with the latest TV Show, Film and Disc news and reviews.
Alexandre "Crawl" Aja's latest is a small-scale, one-woman, one-location sci-fi thriller that shoots for lean, tense claustrophobia but is surprisingly - or perhaps unsurprisingly given it's Netflix - flabby around the middle.
Picking up where Biohazard left off, Resident Evil Village builds upon this very welcome return to form, dipping back into the classics from this now 25-year-old series to add a little more action to its survival-horror origins.
The PS5 takes a step foward in gameplay for an absorbing, immersive and challenging experience as you battle through a time loop on a mysterious planet in this exclusive space-based third person shooter.
Reportedly proving another hit for HBO Max, the modestly budgeted reboot of Mortal Kombat is equally modestly dumb fun, but really could have done with paying closer attention to the excellent animation, Scorpion's Revenge.
Obviously completely coincidentally released just days after the utterly unplanned and unscheduled Oscars ceremony, this straight to video mess wastes Anthony Hopkins AND Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Anson Mount, in what would have been better as a Seagal / Van Damme flick.
Arrow delivers another show-stopping 4K Box Set, with Donnie Darko the latest to earn a glorious upgrade in a 2-disc Limited Edition complete with both cuts on separate discs in native 4K with Dolby Vision.