There are few things certain in life; death and taxes are two as is the general consensus that video game adaptation usually suck. There’s a couple of exceptions. The early Laura Croft movies weren’t so bad, Warcraft was pretty good and Resident Evil is fun, if not much else. However, for each one of those…Read more Assassin’s Creed Review – Can A Stellar Cast Ensure This Video Game Adaptation Soars?
Contrary to the popular axiom that three is a crowd, when it comes to the world of stage and screen, three is considered very much the thing to do. Apparently, you, the viewing public, are much happier when three people are on screen instead of just two, stories generally work better too. How this applies…Read more Passengers Review – A Love Story, In Space
And so we're back, in outta' space and most have you have still got that look upon your face. Yes, it's December which now means a new Star Wars movie and this time it's a spin off directed by our very own Brit Gareth Edwards, he of Monsters and Godzilla fame. With a screenplay by…Read more Rogue One Review – Is This The Franchise You’re Looking For?
Sugar Mountain tells the story of two brothers, and one of the brothers girlfriend, who are in debt and have just had their boat repossessed. To combat this, they decide to pull a hoax that will hopefully fool everyone into thinking that one of the brothers has got lost on the mountain and when he…Read more Sugar Mountain Review – Tell Me Lies Tell Me Sweet Little Lies
"Mom! Netflix are at it again making their own shows! Mom, tell them!" Wait though, shock, horror, this time it's actually a film instead of a series. Not only that, but they've made it in conjunction with legendary global entertainment company, Legendary. The premise of Spectral is about as simple as it gets. A man…Read more Spectral Review – Now You See Them, Now You Don’t
If you were going to right a film about Slash, Slash being fanfiction where you pair characters together, usually of the same sex, how old would you make those characters? I'm guessing most of you would say at least consensual age right? It appears the writer and director of Slash didn't get that memo. 15-year-old…Read more Slash Review – Confuse Your Slashes At Your Peril
Benny Chan, forever associated with directing many a Jackie Chan film including Who Am I? and New Police Story to name but two, brings us his latest movie. Call of Heroes is a Wuxia martial arts action film with action choreography by another legendary Jackie Chan cohort Sammo Hung and the Sammo Hung stunt team.…Read more Call Of Heroes Review – Justice Exists Only When Maintained