Recommended entertainment

Everyone loves a bit of great entertainment. We love it too, and here is the top reviewed content for your TV, projector or hi-fi. Simply put, this is the best of the best. The top Games, Movies and Music – as rated by us.

Film review: Wonder Woman

Film review: Wonder Woman

Socially potent and contextually relevant to our times, can DC leave us in wonder of this remarkable woman? Wonder Woman has long been drifting on the DC horizon, a mirage with the promise of action, spectacle and, for some fans, …read more

Album review: Snoop Dogg – Neva Left

Album review: Snoop Dogg – Neva Left

Last year he gave us the brilliant Coolaid album, and less than a year on Long Beach’s finest Snoop Dogg drops another project Neva Left. At first glance this one appears to be full of nostalgia, from the vintage photo …read more

Album review: Slowdive – Slowdive

Album review: Slowdive – Slowdive

With lengthy hiatus’ almost becoming a thing of the norm for many nineties groups, reformations don’t quite seem to carry the weight that they ought to. Usually even more lacking in substance are the new releases that come rattling out …read more

All Time Favourite Albums… Ever

All Time Favourite Albums… Ever

Music is a massive passion for us at Richer Sounds. We love recommendations and hearing new albums. With this in mind, we asked a few of the Richer Sounds team what their favourite album of all time is…    

Game review: Little Nightmares

Game review: Little Nightmares

Stuck in a floating fortress and trying to escape from nightmarish monstrosities armed only with a lighter and the ability to sneak, ‘Little Nightmares’ is a game that seems as intense and impactful as it is cute and artistic. It’s …read more

Film review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2

Film review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2

Known for its colourful cast of characters and wild settings, can Guardians of the Galaxy once again find the right side of the artistic line between garish and iridescent? The scene is set; soundtracked by Electric Light Orchestra’s “Mr. Blue Sky”, …read more

Game review: Horizon Zero Dawn

Game review: Horizon Zero Dawn

For many years now I’ve lamented that there have been very few major game releases that focus on (or even include) dinosaurs. Imagine then, my excitement when Horizon Zero Dawn was announced showcasing not just dinosaurs, but giant metal ones …read more

Album review: Thundercat – Drunk

Album review: Thundercat – Drunk

Grammy-winning bass virtuoso and multi-instrumentalist Stephen Bruner, better known as Thundercat, returns to the fold with his signature oddball mix of jazz fusion, hip hop, pop and funk with his latest release, Drunk (Brainfeeder). Bruner, a Los Angeles native, was …read more