Film Reviews

REVIEW: For Jennifer (2019)

Let me introduce you to a comedy/horror legacy that you may never have heard of. Back in 2013, the Jennifer series was brought to life by indie horror director James Cullen Bressack (Pernicious, Bethany). Armed with his script, an iPhone and inserting himself in the…

Interviews

INTERVIEW: ‘The Perished’ Director Paddy Murphy

Back over the August bank holiday, director Paddy Murphy showed his latest feature film to the world for the first time. FrightFest, the biggest horror and genre festival in the UK was home to the world premiere of The Perished. A bleak tale of a young…

Film Reviews, FrightFest 2019

REVIEW: Rabid (FrightFest 2019)

When it comes to body horror, few directors can compare to David Cronenberg, a legend in his field who is adored by horror fans around the world. When people talk of the 80’s being that wonderful time when deliciously gory practical effects were just coming…

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E3 2019: Bethesda

Two confessions before we get into Bethesda’s fifth E3 showcase – BE3, as it has become known– and look at the short, sharp 80 minute show. First, I love Bethesda. I rarely pick up one of their games and NOT finish it. Even the lower…

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E3 2019: Microsoft

Here we are, once again. We’ve all been excited for E3 2019 since about 13.5 seconds after the last live stream ended from the 2018 iteration of gaming’s biggest annual event and boy are our hopes and our expectations sky high. Two days of live-streamed…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Deadwood: The Movie (2019)

Deadwood is an enigma. First hitting small screens in 2004 in the midst of a television revolution started by The Sopranos and poised by HBO to take the “Event TV” mantle from the New Jersey crime drama as it was already looking to wrap up. A Wild West…

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Infamous vs. [PROTOTYPE]

Grand Theft Auto or Saint’s Row? Call of Duty or Battlefield? Jak and Daxter or Ratchet and Clank? Ten years ago, these arguments paled in comparison to the ones emerging from gamers and critics alike as two shiny new properties broke out and wreaked havoc across their massive open worlds. It’s…

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Remembering Killzone 2

I’m going to try and right an injustice. A game has been forgotten to the annals of time and I fear that it may never get the recognition it deserves. But I think I’ve found the perfect time to either introduce you to, or remind…