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CeX pay bests price for your old stuff!

Friday, 01 January 2016
That's no small claim, we know, but it's one we're confident is true. We're dedicated to offering our customers the best prices for their old stuff, so if you can find someone who will offer you more cash OR trade-in than us, we will beat it instantly.Get your daily CeX ... Read More

Donate to DEC Nepal Earthquake Appeal

Wednesday, 06 May 2015
CeX have added DEC Nepal Earthquake appeal to our list of supported charities.This means you now have the chance to donate part or all of the trade in value of their items to DEC Nepal Earthquake Appeal to help alleviate the suffering and save the lives of those affected by this tragic disaster.As with our other supported charities, CeX will add 10% of the total amount if you donate the entire value of your trade in.Get your daily CeX ... Read More

Dumb and Dumber To

Wednesday, 06 May 2015
I'm a massive fan of the original Dumb and Dumber. I rank it up there with great comedies like Withnail and I and Blazing Saddles. From selling a blind kid their dead parakeet with its head taped onto its body, killing a dude with hot chilli's, getting confronting by a trucker in a toilet for “manly love” to falling for the same woman that obviously ends with one of them being shot, Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey really helped create a comedy classic with Dumb and Dumber in 1994. Then it was ... Read More

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Tuesday, 05 May 2015
Back when The Hobbit was first announced I was dying to see it. With my deep love for The Lord of the Rings still in my heart, and the fact that genius/mastermind/visionary Guillermo del Toro was signed up to direct it, I thought nothing could go wrong. Then it all changed. After MGM held back on production for around 2 years due to financial trouble, del Toro left The Hobbit, with Peter Jackson taking back over the reigns. But at the time this seemed perfect, as after helming The Lord of the ... Read More

The Eichmann Show

Monday, 04 May 2015
In 1961, television history was made. Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, having been captured after 15 years of living under a false name, was captured and put on trial for his crimes. His trial was televised, the first broadcast of such nature. But who were the men behind it? BBC’s latest TV docudrama film, The Eichmann Show, aims to tell us that. Is it another strong BBC production? Or just another cheap TV movie?Directed by Paul Andrew Williams and out now on Blu-Ray and DVD comes The ... Read More

The Top 5 Playstation 2 Action-Adventures

Sunday, 03 May 2015
Haven't bought a PS4 or Xbox One? Haven't got an interest in any upcoming games? Or do you just wanted to kick back and play something retro? Regardless, CeX has you covered. Today we'll be glancing back to the era of the Playstation 2, the gaming behemoth that sold 55 million units worldwide. So with the astronomical number in mind, chances are you either have your PS2 nearby or in storage somewhere. It's time to get it all hooked up though, as here at the top 5 best action-adventure games on ... Read More

Spongebob Heropants

Saturday, 02 May 2015
When I was younger I loved the cartoon Rock's Modern Life which followed the life of well, Rocko, of course. Rocko was a wallaby, and the series was something I essentially grew up on. Featuring lovely animation and a fair share of adult humour (anyone remember the episode where Rocko worked at a sex line?), it still holds a place in my heart. Sadly though, Rocko's Modern Life only lasted 4 seasons, and ultimately met its demise in 1996. However, 3 years later Rocko's Modern Life creator struck ... Read More

The Top 5 Biopics

Friday, 01 May 2015
It is often said that biographical films demand the most from actors and actresses, due to the subjects being known to the public and their characteristics being heavily documented or even available to see, through archive footage or if they’re still alive. Because of this, biopic films contain some of the finest performances in cinema. Let’s explore 5 of the best the genre has to offer.Man on the Moon (1999)Let’s start with Man on the Moon. Say the name Andy Kaufman to someone, and 9 ... Read More

Resident Evil: Revelations 2

Thursday, 30 April 2015
After a seemingly endless amount of lackluster releases in the Resident Evil franchise, Capcom have turned a corner in this highly enjoyable episodic horror-fest. Whilst not quite reaching the heights set by the most popular games in the series, a large amount of effort has been made to give fans of the series what they want from a Resident Evil game, whilst also crafting an almost self contained story that will not alienate any newcomers to the franchise.Out now on Playstation 4, Playstation ... Read More

What We Do in the Shadows

Wednesday, 29 April 2015
I’ve always loved mockumentaries. Ever since I saw the iconic classic This Is Spinal Tap, I’ve explored the ‘genre’ and found some true gems. I’ve always believed Christopher Guest to be the King of mockumentaries, having starred in Spinal Tap and gone on to direct his own classics such as A Mighty Wind, Best in Show and Waiting for Guffman. Without Christopher Guest, we’d most probably not have TV shows like The Office, Parks & Recreation and Modern Family. His films are ... Read More
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