It’s that time of the year where we debate whether Die Hard truly is a Christmas film, scoff our...
Yet another Lord of the Rings game worthy of your extended time… Having already come across a mass variety...
It’s that time of the year where we debate whether Die Hard truly is a Christmas film, scoff our faces full with pigs in blankets and mince pies, and crack out those board games to prove who really is the superior member of the family. Thankfully, it also means... Read more
Yet another Lord of the Rings game worthy of your extended time… Having already come across a mass variety of orcs across a single player campaign that has spanned more than plenty of hours, it immediately becomes clear that Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War is a game that has seen... Read more
For the first time since 2006, Friday the thirteenth fell in October. While this news might get paraskevidekatriaphobics (look it up, fact fans) in a spin, the rest of us can use it as an opportunity to get into the Halloween spirit a whole 18 days early. What’s more,... Read more
Dark, cold and crime –ridden, Gotham city is not a place you’d want to visit on a whim or chance. But Gotham city is changing at the hands of the brave, honest and well-established detective Jim Gordon. After contending with deplorable characters such as Fish Mooney, Penguin and Butch... Read more
Big hair and big personalities, the ladies of the latest Netflix Original series don’t just “glow”, they positively shine. A fictionalized series based on an all-female wrestling show of the 80s might not seem like a big hit on paper, but when you hear the show’s creators are also... Read more
Following on from the surprising development earlier today, where it was reported that directing duo Phil Lord and Christopher Miller had departed from the Untitled Han Solo film. Kathleen Kennedy, President of Lucasfilm, has released a statement on the official Star Wars site that confirms that the project will... Read more
One of the films selected for the Midnight Screenings section of this year’s Cannes Film Festival schedule, Jean-Stephane Sauvaire’s Prayer Before Dawn thrusts us into the midst of a Thai prison and never holds back in its brutal portrayal of life behind bars. The subject of the film is... Read more
There’s been enough boxing movies in the past few weeks to send us punch drunk. The tour de force that was James Cosmo in The Pyramid Texts. The smaller Six Rounds, set against the backdrop of the 2011 riots. And the least typical of the lot, The Happiest Day... Read more
If The Pyramid Texts doesn’t leave you in pieces, you have no heart. This review could start and end right there, because that’s the level of emotional power in the Shamassian brothers’ directorial debut. Given that the central character, Ray (James Cosmo) is an ex-boxer and the setting is... Read more
For all the worldwide acclaim that Sylvester Stallone’s character of Rocky Balboa has produced during its long-running series, it pays to remember that the inspiration behind the character comes in the form of a real-life individual who went through thick and thin during a turbulent career in the sport.... Read more
Check out the stunning announcement trailer for Middle-Earth: Shadow of War!Read more