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Mortal Engines – Review

The foremost thing on my mind going into Mortal Engines was “Has Peter Jackson been broken by his loveless shackling to doing The Hobbit out of pure obligation.” Within 2 minutes of the pre-title sequence I was happily lost in the steampunk meets Mad Max world Mortal Engines brings to …

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Creed II – Review

Big thanks to Warner Bros and Undertow media for hooking us up with an invite to the premiere of Creed II. Creed was a soft reboot of the Rocky franchise under the direction of Ryan (Black Panther) Coogler that came out of its corner swinging and land as many emotional shots …

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Review

A big thanks to Warner Bros and Undertow media for hooking us up with an invite to the premiere! Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald, (hereafter referred to as FB2) expands on the first films setup further fleshing out the events that shaped the Harry Potter universe. I have had …

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Overlord – Review

It’s kinda weird that Nazi Zombies are actually a horror sub-genre and Overlord dives into it facefirst.  As if they weren’t bad enough lets make them zombies! From Raiders of the lost Ark to HellBoy there is a particular mix of Nazis and mad science and the occult always conjures up …

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Halloween – Review

Halloween not to be confused with the 1978 original or the Rob Zombie’s 2007 “re-imagining” is the 11th (!) installment in the series. Quality wise the series went downhill pretty quickly after the second one, this new Halloween movie ignores everything after the first. Which is probably wise as Michael …

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Armageddon 2018

One of our favourite events of the year! It’s been interesting to see the evolution of Armageddon, given we’re gamers mostly its a bit of a shame to see a few players gradulaly pulling out of the event like XBOX having zero presence at the event, but there was still …

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A Star is Born – Review

A special thanks to Undertow Media and Warner Bros for hooking us up with a ticket to the premiere! A Star is Born isn’t a movie that I would have normally gone to see, I hoped for at best a dull but competent love story. I wasn’t really prepared for …

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Venom – Review

Venom sits in an unusual movie superhero no mans land. He’s a Spider-Man character without Spider-Man, a Superhero without a franchise or a shared universe. Caught up in the complex inter-studio rights bickering over what property is licensed to who between Marvel, Disney and Sony we get an anti-hero without …

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Mandy – Review

Some movies are more of an experience than a story, Mandy is one of those movies. I like challenging cinema and with a lot of movies these days trying to appeal to as many as possible it’s kind of refreshing to see something a little bit bonkers. Director Panos Cosmatos …

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The Predator – Review

The Predator is the latest installment in the Predator franchise (which is confusingly the 4th in the series). None of the subsequent films since Predator have quite captured the finely crafted action of the original. Lets see where The Predator sits on the food chain. The Cast The Predator has …

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