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REVIEW: The Kid (2019)

Directed by Vincent D’onofrio (Daredevil and Full Metal Jacket ring a bell?), The Kid is a western drama focusing on the real-life figures of the infamous Billy The Kid (Dane DeHann) and Pat Garrett (Ethan Hawke). Interwoven between accounts of their encounter, Rio Culter (Jake…

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REVIEW: John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (2019)

“To remember.” It doesn’t feel like a minute since we saw Mr Wick running out of Central Park for his life. The grace period is over now. Excommunicado is in effect. Tick tock. Chad Stahelski’s third chapter in the Wick series picks up thirty five…

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Retrospective: John Wick: Chapter 2

“Do you fear damnation, John?” Returning in a solo effort this time, Chad Stahelski directed the second chapter of the John Wick franchise, after the first instalment was a sleeper hit back in 2014. Keanu Reeves dons the tailored black suit once more, as Chapter…

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The Likely Lads: The Original Men Behaving Badly

Hot off the presses from Network, The Likely Lads has made it to the land of blu-ray. Following the much-beloved spin-off Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads?, Network have also brought with them two newly restored and remastered episodes, previously lost in the BBC archives!…

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REVIEW: Shazam! (2019)

‘’Billy Batson, I choose you as champion‘’ Arriving a few months after the ocean acid trip that was Aquaman, David F. Sandberg’s Shazam! has finally bolted onto cinema screens. Zachary Levi and Asher Angel are Billy Batson, a teen orphan who is given an otherworldly…

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Iron Man 2 (2010): THE INFINITY SAGA

‘’What is and will always be my greatest creation…is you’ Returning to a story after its predecessor is wildly successful is an enormous task. Returning to that same story is also harder when it’s part of a launchpad for what is now one of cinema’s…

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REVIEW: Dragged Across Concrete (2019)

‘’We have the skills and the right to acquire proper compensation.’’ Just two years after his last feature, director / musician / novelist and cinematographer S. Craig Zahler returns with his third project, Dragged Across Concrete. I didn’t catch on to Zahler with his chilling…

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REVIEW: Just Cause (PS2)

Start a revolution. With the 19th anniversary of the innovative PlayStation 2 this week, it is only fitting that our team shares their favourite(s) titles. Today I’d like to drop my hat in the ring and throw it back to Avalanche Studios first endeavour with…

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REVIEW: Serenity (2019)

After exploring the streets of London and staging a chamber play on the motorway, writer/director Steven Knight drops the anchor on his latest feature Serenity. It’s been an odd journey of sorts leading up to the release of Knight’s third directorial effort. Marketing has come…