Monthly Round-Up – October 2018

Here’s a round-up of the blog posts you might have missed in October, handily grouped by the website on which they appeared.


  • The Lord of the Rings big bad Sauron barely appears in the trilogy itself – but that doesn’t mean we don’t know a surprising amount about the many crazy forms the Dark Lord has taken over the years! (click here)
  • Gamers looking to track down all the hidden content in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey would do well to check out this expert’s guide to all the game’s secrets (click here)
  • Another post looking at video game secret areas, this list gives you the skinny on which bonus content is worth the effort to track down…and which is a total waste of your time! (click here)
  • Because this is the internet and we need to rank things, here’s rundown of the strongest and weakest villains in the Star Wars universe (click here)
  • Need an excuse to rewatch the latest season of Daredevil? Read this list of Easter eggs and references tucked away in Season 3, and then binge watch the Netflix series all over again to spot them! (click here)
  • The CW regularly punches above its weight to deliver visual effects on par with those produced by its more cashed-up rivals – but sometimes the CGI in its shows is painfully below par (click here)
  • It’s not just TV networks that occasionally suffer from dodgy digital effects, as the obvious CGI stands-ins for actors seen in this list of movies make abundantly clear! (click here)


  • The 10 movie remakes on this list prove that, sometimes, the original actually isn’t better (click here)

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