Nintendo’s newest venture into the home console market, the switch, has been out for a few months now. And even though you might not even call it a standard ‘home console’ there is some room for discussion on its library. That being that it is incredibly small. There have been some great games out for […]Read more "The Perfect Game for the Nintendo Switch."
So Voltron is firing on all cylinders as it arrives for its third season in very quick successions since the reboots launch. Once again Netflix and Dreamworks are at the helm with the team from Avatar: The Last Airbender. I initially had the concern that the season was being released too quickly, I even missed […]Read more "Voltron season 3 Review"
Atomic Blonde hit exactly as I thought it would, an average movie. I think my problem with that is that it is unsurprising in almost every way. It’s collectively adequate in both its execution and ideas. It is the first directorial effort of David Leitch and this shows, not because it looks terrible, but because […]Read more "Atomic Blonde Review"
Everyone has a favorite Batman, whether its West, Keaton, Kilmer, Clooney (I mean you’re wrong but it’s fine) or Bale or even Affleck. They all play very different Bat…men? From a campy surfer to a man with a literal military grade tank. These all have their own charms I guess, and everyone has a favorite […]Read more "What’s better? An realistic or unrealistic Batman?"
Netflix’s 4 part Castlevania animated series has dropped. Being written by Warren Ellis and directed by Sam Deats, that writer name alone should get comic-book readers excited. Before I delve into why this is the best video-game adaptation in recent years it’s worth noting that this has already been renewed for a second season… a […]Read more "Netflix’s CastleVania is the way video-game adaptations need to be done."
It’s here! The new Spider-Man, in the MCU! To pretty much everyone interested this is a huge deal, there were a lot of high hopes for this! Does it live up to this? Is it good? Does Spider-Man do enough Spider-manning about? Is there high-school? Is he a nerd? Is he ripped? Is he a […]Read more "Spider-Man: Homecoming Review & best bits, sorta"
Three years after the MCU’s debut with Iron Man Marvel decided to try something interesting. Putting their flagship character’s… including Iron Man, in a 1930’s depression era US setting. So the reason you don’t see Cap is because hes sort of already done it. So in 2011 Scott Synder (the same responsible for the New […]Read more "Iron Man: Noir Review – A testament to Tony Stark"