Logan (2017) Review

2017 might not have been that long ago in the grand scheme of things, but the number of superhero movies to have released since then has surely been massive - that's discounting spin-off shows and tie-in shorts. And what is quite remarkable is that it seems very few, if any at all, took a look... Continue Reading →

Kong Skull Island (2017) Review

I've never been much of a Kong fan. I admire the special effects of the earlier movies, laugh at Toho's iteration of the character with a beer in hand, and always thought Peter Jackson's movie, while good, overstayed it's welcome. Then Kong Skull Island happened. And if you know anything about how I like my... Continue Reading →

The Terminator (1984) Review

I have always liked a good Schwarzenegger movie, mainly because even the bad ones manage to be good out of hilarity and because the dude, despite having a lack of acting talent, is still very entertaining and paradoxically charismatic in his own way. But The Terminator is a film he's actually good in. As in,... Continue Reading →

Cut Short: Django Unchained (2012)

I do love a bit of Quentin Tarantino. Although, as someone who studied Film Studies, I think I'm contractually obligated to. Nonetheless, I did strangely find myself having little to say about this one. That isn't because I thought it was bad, just that I thought it wasn't as good as his other films. I... Continue Reading →

Cut Short: Us (2019)

I was mostly drawn to this movie because Jordan Peele's previous film, Get Out (2017) was, at the time I had first seen it, the first horror movie in a long time to hold my attention. I was hoping Us would have the same effect. The truth is it had the opposite. I enjoyed the... Continue Reading →

Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (1974) Review

In the Godzilla FAQ, written by Brian Solomon, he writes that there was no where for Godzilla to go but up after the entertaining, but undoubtedly bad, Godzilla vs Megalon and the other two hit or miss versus movies that came before it. And he is absolutely right because the Showa Era was, by this... Continue Reading →

The Stellaris Experience

Have you ever wanted to displace and entire civilisation? Have you ever wanted to declare those who have wronged you as "degenerates"? Has the urge to genetically modify your enemies to be objectively poor at everything they need to do to survive ever overcome you? And finally, have you ever considered the notion of melting... Continue Reading →

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