The journey down the rabbit hole continues as we take a look at ‘The Animatrix’.
Released between the first and second films, this anime anthology film offers a series of alternative takes on ‘The Matrix’ universe – some being vital to the wider understanding of the universe, others less so.
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The Matrix is 20 years old this year. Two decades later it’s influence can still be felt. It was a huge cultural moment that spawned sequels and spinoffs.
We’re going to look at a few of them here. Today we’ll take a look at the main trilogy of films – a beloved classic and two divisive sequels.
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Back at the height of it’s popularity, Modern Warfare 2 was everywhere. It was a real cultural moment for a particular generation. And no one defined it better than the skull mask-wearing Ghost. To hype the release of the game, this comic was created. And it has every edgy moment you’d expect. It’s also pretty good.
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Today I’m reviewing Dave Steven’s original run of The Rocketeer. My knowledge of these characters comes from the classic 1991 Disney film. Will this compare to that childhood favourite?
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I don’t just read comics. Occasionally I’ll pick up a book. Sometimes those books will be non-fiction!
This is one of those times. Join me as I take a look at David Grann’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon: Oil, Money, Murder and the Birth of the FBI’.
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This is it, we’re in the endgame now. After a decade of films, this film is wrapping it all up. Has there ever been so much hype behind a film? But somehow the Russos have done it. They’ve made something astounding.
WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS
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A quick review of one of the stranger characters in the Batman mythos; Azrael. After discovering him in the ‘Arkham’ games, I couldn’t believe he wasn’t more popular. I decided to buy his origin story and discover how he was introduced.
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