Sony have officially unveiled the futuristic, Wi-Fi router looking PlayStation 5 with a whole bunch of absolutely gorgeous trailers. The biggest takeaway from Sony's State of Play event this year, for me, was the diversity of art styles on display alongside a heavy focus on single-player adventures. Here are five games to keep an eye... Continue Reading →
BlacKkKlansman is an important, and timely, political satire that blends its commentary, comedy and thriller aspects well. Adam Driver once again demonstrates that he is one of the most talented actors of this generation; and breakout star John David Washington is a charismatic and fun leading man that nails the complex emotions and tensions of... Continue Reading →
The Rise of Skywalker was a disappointing ending to a beloved franchise. Is the poorly written character Rey to blame? Read more to find out and beware MAJOR SPOILERS within.
The film charts the bizarre development of cult classic 'drama' The Room (2003) that was written, directed, produced by, and starring Wiseau.
Covenant (2017) is the latest film in the long running Alien series. What started as one of the greatest horror/science-fiction films of all time has become a shadow of its former self over the decades as it has evolved into a franchise. Prometheus (2012) was a philosophical bore fest with forgettable, dumb characters and unfortunately Covenant has... Continue Reading →