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What is How to Live it?
How To Live It is your guide to the newest and best home-entertainment and mobile tech. The experts at Stuff.tv and Whathifi.com, with support from LG, will show how it can enrich your life - and how you can make the most of now. It is a place to escape, to learn and, simply, to make life good.
Streaming services usually steer you towards content they want to shout about. But what about the rest of the good stuff sitting in their vaults? What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision’s Kobina Monney shows you where to start…Read more >>>
Some film-makers aren’t shy about pushing the boundaries of tech. And it doesn’t always work out (remember Smell-O-Vision?). Stuff.tv’s Stephen Graves takes a look at some cinema cul-de-sacs – and some amazing comebacks…Read more >>>
In his first feature for How To Live It, one of our Rising Stars, Matt Higgs, explains how Harry Potter blew his eight-year-old mind…Read more >>>
There is a danger in story-telling that mums will come over all, well, mum-sy. Luckily, Hollywood has a habit of subverting this stereotype – creating some of the most terrifying, kick-ass and memorable mums you could imagine. Stuff‘s Stephen Graves makes his selection…Read more >>>
We’ve all taken to watching more films and TV shows on our smartphones. Of course, you’d be a mug to watch Gravity on a 5.5in screen but some films lend themselves to the small screen – because of either cinematography, sound or even their narrative structure. Stuff‘s Stephen Graves picks six…Read more >>>
Is the football getting you down? We don’t blame you if it is… but if you want to be cheered up, there’s a way: just watch this little selection!Read more >>>
Some films transport you right back to childhood whenever you watch them. And Alex Ingram, one of our new Rising Stars writers, is blinded by Flash…Read more >>>
Bloody, visceral, unsettling… and utterly captivating. What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision’s Niall McGarrigle explains why everyone should watch 1969’s The Wild BunchRead more >>>
Another weekend of intense sporting drama beckons, and there’s a surprisingly high chance of a win for Hull. There’s always hope, as you’ll find out on Sunday evening…Read more >>>