The Walking Dead continues its hot streak with a quietly powerful episode full of great character moments and interactions. And it still manages to get in some excellent zombie gore too.
A review of Brian K. Vaughan and Niko Henrichon’s story of four lions that escaped Baghdad Zoo during the 2003 US bombingRead more "What I’m Reading – ‘Pride of Baghdad’ by Brian K. Vaughan and Niko Henrichon"
Following very closely on the heels of Infinity War, Deadpool 2 is unlikely to cause superhero fatigue with it’s witty dialogue, wall-to-wall references, and slick action.Read more "Deadpool 2 (2018) Review"
19 films and billions of dollars later, the MCU has led us here. A decade of plot threads and stories has built up to Infinity War, so it’s not surprising that it just might be the biggest film of all time.Read more "Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Review"
Journeyman director Alan Taylor brings us possibly the best episode yet. Based on the 1955 story titled ‘Foster, You’re Dead’, the episode updates its themes of consumerism and fear into something modern and very relevant.Read more "Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – Safe and Sound (Review And Comparison)"
Director Lynne Ramsey’s long overdue follow-up to ‘We Need To Talk About Kevin’ is a fantastic study of possibly the world’s most depressed hitman.
It’s weird, it’s pretty uncomfortable at times, and it’s very dark. But it’s also fantastically enjoyable.Read more "You Were Never Really Here (2018) Review"
Garth Ennis is not for everyone. His writing can seem a bit too edgy and puerile. But I’d argue that there’s more to it than that. It’s not just offensive, stupid, disgusting humour – it’s actually clever.
Well, most of the time. But luckily, ‘The Boys’ is one of those times.Read more "The Boys, Volume 1: The Name of the Game – Review"