JUMPCUT PLAY, PLAY Reviews

REVIEW: Pangeon

Developed by Skrypious, Pangeon is a throwback to the dungeon crawlers as RPG games of old with rogue-like gameplay elements included for extra measure. I think this all comes together decently but it’s nothing that will blow your socks off so to speak. Bear in…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: The Rhythm Section (2020)

There’s very little worse in this world than wasted potential. As people, we generally strive to do the best we can in all aspects of our life, and though we may not succeed, it’s important that we try. The team behind The Rhythm Section does…

Action August, Films

Up in the Air: Revisiting Con Air

We’ve all watched a film we were far too young to process. In my lifetime, I have watched several film that I was far too young to be watching, from the likes of Alien, to Terminator, which gave me my first real experience of strong…

Film Reviews, Films, Latest

REVIEW: Stuber (2019)

Buddy comedy capers take a swing into the ridesharing age in Michael Dowse’s Stuber. A part-time Uber driver picks up a detective with a criminal on his radar. What ensues is a long day’s work of explosive shenanigans, an “I love Ryan Gosling” tweet, an…

JUMPCUT PLAY, PLAY Reviews

REVIEW: OMG Zombies!

Zombies, perhaps appropriately, sometimes feel like they’re bloody (pun intended) everywhere. There was a time when this wasn’t the case at all; the 80s and 90s, for example, saw very little in the way of zombie fiction, but there came a point in the early…