Greenland is the latest action vehicle from Gerard Butler. Helmed by his Angel Has Fallen director, Ric Roman Waugh, It follows Butler’s John Garrity and his family as they try to find safe haven before the end of the world. It sounds a hell of a lot like Roland Emmerich’s 2012 but surprisingly, Greenland has so much more to offer…Read More Greenland (2020) Review
“Everyone is a monster to someone. Since you are so convinced that I am yours. I will be it.” When Black Sails first aired back in 2014, comparisons were immediately made to Game of Thrones. And on the face of it, that comparison is fair – especially in the fact that both shows are overflowing with sex, violence, […]Read More Black Sails – Season 1 and 2 Review
The Walking Dead is back! Finally! Unfortunately, once this episode ends it’s taken away from us for another long stretch. This episode isn’t the start of a new season as one might expect at this time of year, instead it’s the long delayed season 10 finale – 6 months later than planned.Read More The Walking Dead – ‘A Certain Doom’ Review
“What if you had to tell someone the most important thing in the world, but you knew they’d never believe you?” I had planned on reviewing Tenet after I saw it opening week, on a very big and loud IMAX screen, in the middle of a socially distanced cinema. I was hugely excited about the film, if […]Read More Déjà Vu (2006) is better than Tenet (2020)
Of all the games released on the Nintendo switch, the one I find myself putting more hours into than any other is Bethesda’s Skyrim. I’ve played it before – many, many times across multiple platforms. But the switch version of the game might just be my favorite incarnation of the classic RPG yet…Read More The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Nintendo Switch Review
Netflix has a chequered past when it comes to their ‘original’ programming. For every standout like ‘Okja’, ‘Dolemite is my Name’, or ‘The Irishman’, there’s a bucket load of terrible films like ‘The Ridiculous 6’ or ‘The Outsider’ or ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’.
‘Extraction’ falls somewhere in the middle in terms of quality – but in terms of enjoyment it’s one of the best film’s Netflix currently has.Read More Extraction (2020) Review
Going into The Expanse, I knew very little about it. I knew it was based on the book series by James S. A. Corey (the pen name of co-authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck) and I knew it was very well received by critics and fans alike.
The thing that grabbed me most about it, however, was the love people seemed to have for the show, even bringing it back from the brink of cancellation when SYFY decided to prematurely end the show’s run. Having now binged the first season in a couple of days I can safely say I am all in on The Expanse too.Read More The Expanse – Season 1 Review
Here we are, at the end of another series of Doctor Who, but this time with perhaps the most controversial and important twist to the lore we have seen in all of Nu-Who.Read More Doctor Who – ‘The Timeless Children’ Review
The penultimate episode of season 12 of Doctor Who may have somehow left us with more questions than answers as we hurtle into next weeks finale, but it was a fantastic episode all the same.
Whether the writing team can stick the landing next week with all of these questions up in the air is something we’ll have to wait for but ‘Ascension of The Cybermen’ was a clever and thrilling episode of TV.Read More Doctor Who – “Ascension of The Cybermen” Review
After the high concept shenanigans of last week’s episode, this week’s episode of Doctor Who was a seemingly straight forward affair; part ghost story, part famous-historical-figure episode.
As the episode went on, however, it became clear that maybe it wasn’t as straight forward as it first seemed.Read More Doctor Who – ‘The Haunting of Villa Diodati’ Review