• The Bookshop Review

    Visually Pleasing Yet Uninspiring The Bookshop is a soft, slow and uninspiring film but what it lacks in an uplifting storyline, it tries to make up for with a kooky Bill Nighy character and an

  • The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit Review

    Sweet, Short, Small and Significant One game that I never played for ages and then randomly started playing one night was Life is Strange. Life is Strange is one of my favourite games of all

  • Luke Cage Season 2 Review

    A Lukewarm Second Season I want to start this review off by stating that I am a self-proclaimed comic book nerd. I’ve been reading comics since I could read and I feel like I’m close to

  • Tag Review

    A Great Game Becomes A Great Film   Tag is exactly the movie you want it to be – an action comedy with a stellar cast about a bunch of grown dudes who have been playing a game of tag

  • Upgrade Review

    Lose control Action movies and a great story are few in far between. I’m not saying they don’t exist and I’m not saying they can’t, I’m just saying when I go see the new Mission

  • Incredibles 2 Review

    Worth the Incredibly long wait It’s been 14 years since we had last seen the Incredibles! I know, it sounds like a long time, almost too long… but go double check, I’ll be here. See, told

  • Ocean’s 8 Review

    How to pull off the perfect heist flick Ocean’s 8 is a fun, glamorous and diverse film that delivers just enough laughs and plot twists to make for a thoroughly enjoyable romp. Loosely

  • Fahrenheit 451 Review

    Michael B. Jordan is on fire. Fahrenheit 451 is an HBO film based in a future with seemingly a carefree philosophy but this comes at a cost of knowledge. This future has a fire department that

  • Detroit: Become Human Review

    Detroit is the Next Level Up From I, Robot The first time I had any form of knowledge about robots, AI and the evolution of technology in our everyday lives was the 2004 film I, Robot. I was ten

  • Anon Review

    A brilliant concept that was poorly executed. Anon is a film distributed by Netflix starring Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried. This is a very interesting film that has a great premise. Although