Category Archive: Film & Television

Give Star Trek: Discovery a chance (VIDEO)

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  Transcript: Over the last few days I’ve seen a few negative reactions by Star Trek fans to the first three episodes of Discovery. I’ve liked my experience of the show so far… Continue reading

The Mummy (2017) Re-View

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I like the Underworld movies. I like Batman v Superman. I like Die Hard 4.0. I want you to understand my full meaning when I say I fucking hated The Mummy. I’ve never… Continue reading

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is better than the first movie (VIDEO)

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  Transcript: So. I really loved Guardians 2. I often feel like the only one that does. Everyone seems to like it, but not love it, like the first film. Many people seem… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Assassin’s Creed Syndicate

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The 2009 film Sherlock Holmes is very underrated, as is its sequel. Peaky Blinders is perhaps a little overrated, but it’s still a riot. Ninjas are also well loved. So why not combine… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Horizon Zero Dawn

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I recently bought a PS4. My intention right off the bat was to buy some PS4 exclusive games. A quick search on Google threw up some ideas on when to start. There were… Continue reading

Drive is Perfect

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Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive is one of those rare creatures that is a classic upon arrival, at least amongst film buffs anyway. It still receives both critical and audience gushing as time goes… Continue reading

Superman (1978) Re-View

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Superhero movies are all over the place these days, obviously. The 1978 Superman movie is an inspiration for many of them. Its earnestness is a clear inspiration on modern greats like Sam Raimi’s… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Quantum Break

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Quantum Break is several sets of good ideas, all competently executed, then all thrown together. A lot of the experience is a simple third person cover shooting and story-heavy cinematic driven game, comparable… Continue reading

Atomic Blonde: A Spy Movie Gone Rogue

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Atomic Blonde (directed by David Leitch) is a movie that adores pastiche, but it also adores subverting tropes. It borrows the visual and storytelling language of Bond films and Le Carre novels and… Continue reading

‘Billy’ and the violence of Angel

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More or less everyone has heard of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. More or less anyone with basic analytical skills is aware that Buffy has feminist and anti-misogynistic leanings. Buffy was responsible for a… Continue reading