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Tom Davies

Tom is a collector. That's his excuse for owning six copies of The Hobbit. When the amount of physical media in his house becomes too much, he moves house.

If you have a question about comics, films or music, he can probably answer it.

He accepts that magnetic tape is a trash medium but won't throw out all his VHS movies and audio cassettes.

His opinions on film are consistently right.

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    Amazon Prime's Tales From the Loop TV Show Review

    by Tom Davies
    Amazon steps tentatively into untested waters with Tales from the Loop, a speculative science fiction series with a welcome emphasis on small, personal stories and a striking artistic flair.  
    9
  • Movies & TV Article

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    Top 10 Netflix Feel-Good Recommendations

    by Tom Davies
    Turn off the news alerts on your phone, give yourself a well-deserved break and have a look at these calming TV shows and films on Netflix.  
  • Movies & TV Article

    32

    Self-Isolation Top 10 Movie Franchises Part 2

    by Tom Davies
    We're all still stuck inside until further notice, so let's continue our dive down the rabbit hole of genre franchises together.  
  • Movies & TV Article

    27

    Self-Isolation Top 10 Movie Franchises Part 1

    by Tom Davies
    These post-apocalyptic times may be the perfect opportunity for a genre movie franchise party. Marathon these movies to bust those isolation blues.  
  • Movies & TV Review

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    Bloodshot Movie Review

    by Tom Davies
    Bloodshot is objectively bad. In fact, it's absolute hot garbage.  
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  • Movies & TV Review

    12

    Onward Movie Review

    by Tom Davies
    Pixar rolls for initiative and scores high but Onward is a film not entirely in a class of its own.  
    7
  • Movies & TV Review

    Greed Movie Review

    by Tom Davies
    Michael Winterbottom goes for the throat in his comic commentary on both the perpetrators and the victims of the evils of capitalism.  
    6
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    The Call of the Wild Movie Review

    by Tom Davies
    A gruff, shaggy and disturbingly dead-eyed animal befriends a dog in Chris Sanders’ loose adaptation of Jack London’s classic story of the nobility of the wilderness.  
    5

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