Shadow Of Mordor was an excellent game, one of the very best third person adventures set within a popular IP that introduced the fantastic nemesis system. Because the system was […]
I finally relented and saw Suicide Squad. Despite going in with the lowest of expectations after Batman Vs Superman I was pleasantly surprised to see a competent film, much better than recent DC offerings. Unfortunately, Jared Leto’s Joker character is an annoyance that the film cannot get around.
Central Intelligence, starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart is an important milestone movie. As well as being very funny and well made, it marks the point when Johnson has transferred […]
Ending the world is one of the most popular themes in cinema. No matter what decade it is, there always seems to be another threat on the horizon. Let’s look at the main kinds of threat humanity face on-screen, how likely they are to succeed and what they do to us as the viewer.
The set up is pretty standard. Schwarzenegger leads a rag-tag group of DEA agents in a brutal assault on a drug baron’s mansion. The most striking scenes at the beginning hinge on the foul language between the group and the hatred the normal viewer develops for the group.
With the UK DVD release of Gone Girl adapted from the bestselling novel by Gillian Flynn upon us I thought it time to briefly look at the two together spoiler-free. […]