Remember when playing Tetris helped adults with amblyopia (aka lazy eye)? Well now Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and the University of Nottingham have teamed up to prove that once again, computer games are the answer. Developing original games based on popular PS3 titles, SCEE is creating content for the "I-BiT" system, which will help children overcome their condition in the most fun way possible.
So you've finally stopped laughing since the all-night bad movie experience? We've got a 1920s boarding school with the classic 'haunted house' formula, and Johnny Depp returning once again into the persona of a Gonzo journalist, both of which you should really watch this week at the Broadway.
Showing you some of the best films this week that you probably have never heard of. Weekend love and an off exploration into fear. Let's get started.
We hear a multitude of plans for urban regeneration: the cultural upgrades of whatever potential creative hubs we have within the two cities in which we writers reisde. But there is another simple option. Zombies.
Showing you some of the best films this week that you probably have never heard of. George Clooney and Black Power. Let's begin.
Films that you'll never have heard of; but really should watch this week. From John C. Reilly actually performing in a meaningful role to the plot of Sleeping Beauty transcribed to an '18' about a University student.
Struggling with what to wear for Halloween? Your choice of attire to Halloween at Rock City being a brain-teaser? Facing a writers block-esque sensation of selecting appropriate costume for the Lincoln Halloween weekend befuddling you? We'd like to help! Here's a costume for every era of history all the way up to the 2010s, courtesy of Halloween express.
For many of you reading this in sunny Notts, Hyson Green is probably only known for either it's Asda on Radford Road or their crime rates (massively exaggerated in some cases). However, it was a landmark in the past, home to Nottingham's legendary Hyson Green Flats.
Nottingham's creative quarters turn to the strange and scary as the Mayhem Horror Film Festival returns, with a myriad of extreme cinematic horror exultations.
From the BAFTA winning pictures to the best of disturbing Asian cinema, played at Midnight just to add that extra atmosphere, the Broadway cinema has an impressive selection for your perousal from the 27th-31st October. Same as usual: best costumes win prizes, talks with directors and outbursts of laughter and applause and the most implausible of deaths.
Our pick of the best films this week that you may not have heard of; but really should watch.
The idea of starting a clubnight is a rather simple execution nowadays. Any teenager with a laptop, a large iTunes collection of torrents can say they're a DJ, even though their claim destroys the definition of the term. So long as you have friends, a Facebook account, an overdraft to procure initial costs and patience, you'll be sorted. Here's how: