Entertainment

Floor is Lava is more like a flash in the pan

Self-described as “basically Crystal Maze meets Total Wipeout meets Takeshi's Castle,” Netflix’s new gameshow, Floor is Lava, falls victim to the cardinal sin of gameshows: a boring formula. Banking on chil...

Anatomy of a dad movie

The “dad movie” is a concept that is at once abstract (you can’t find a “dad movie aisle in your local shop, nor does the Oscars give out awards for them), yet people know what you’re talking about when you me...

Remasters: Innovative update or shameless cash grab?

In the past few years, there has been a rise of remastered games hitting the shelves of our local CEX’s and GameStops. Remasters have always been commonplace within the gaming industry. They are made when new ...

Artemis Fowl review: Why?

With a movie titled Artemis Fowl being as bad as it is, one would expect the headline to be a play on the word “fowl,” but by the end of the 95-minute runtime, the only word you can think of is “why?” Uncer...

PS5 reveal conference: Low on details, high on hype

Sony officially announced the next generation of the Playstation console last night. Simply titled the Playstation 5, audiences tuned in to an hour-long stream that detailed some of the games coming out for So...

The best summer movies of the 2010s

With any hopes of a traditional summer blockbuster season becoming more unlikely by the day, Oxygen is in a wistful mood, thinking about the best summer blockbusters from years past. Here’s our picks for the b...

In defence of the ‘once a week’ episode

Before the genesis of Netflix, the only way to “binge” a favourite television show was hope that one of the channels you had, happened to be showing a block of episodes, or if you were feeling fancy, splurging...