As times and graphics have moved on through the times within the video game industry, people are starting to ask the same questions: are games trying to be more like films? And has there ever been a truly cinematic game? For me the answer is yes and to demonstrate this I’m going to use the Resident … More Can Games Be Cinematic Too?
Review: After the very disappointing Total War: Rome 2 the Total War series has a lot to prove but does Attila show that the Total War series still has it? Oh yes. Oh yes indeed! The end is nigh for the Roman Empire with Attila set during the rise of (you’ve guessed it) Attila The … More Game Review: Total War: Attila
Verdict: 7.5/10 There’s one question we all asked ourselves as we went into the cinema to see this film: With J.J. Abrams gone as director, is the new Star Trek sequel any good? Well, while Star Trek Beyond may not be a great film it is a solid sequel in a very strong franchise and … More Film review: Star Trek Beyond (Justin Lin, 2016)
Giant country! Verdict: 4/10 The BFG is a film that not only doesn’t live up to anyone’s expectations but is just simply a bad film. Silly (not in a good way) horrifically uninteresting and at least half an hour too long, this film disappoints giantly. Ha. Ha.Ha I went and saw The BFG with one … More Film Review: BFG (Steven Spileberg, 2016)
Verdict: 10/10 Warning! Minor Spoilers Silent Running could well be one of the least subtle films ever made in terms of its message. It’s clear even from the opening shots of the movie what that message is: The Earth is an irreplaceable world of natural beauty that should be preserved at all costs. Its a message … More Film Review: Silent Running (Douglas Trumbull, 1972)