It’s a member of the select group of truly brilliant 80s coming-of-age films, and it’s the favourite film of Ross Jackson, one of our new Rising Stars writers. Bueller…? Bueller…? Bueller…?Read more >>>
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.
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 >>>
Becky Roberts – from whathifi.com – loves a bit of horror. But nothing has stayed with her quite as terrifyingly as this revenge thriller… Even if it was her sixth movie of the day.Read more >>>
It might be an indie-bulldozing blockbuster, but whathifi.com’s Kobina Monney says Spider-Man’s great power taught him about great responsibility.Read more >>>
Shocking, amusing and arresting in equal measure, City of God is a film Mark Payton says no one should missRead 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 >>>
Liam Neeson, humanity and his mum’s DVD collection are just three reasons why the epic Michael Collins is Pete Hayman’s (from whathifi.com) favourite filmRead more >>>
What Hi-Fi Sound and Vision’s Max Langridge looks back to his teenage years – and the realisation that Pulp Fiction is the best film everRead more >>>
A beautifully shot celebration of the art of cinema – that’s what stuck with brand editor Andy Clough and that’s why Cinema Paradiso is his favourite film…Read more >>>