Review: Rebel Moon: Part 1 – A Child of Fire

Rebel Moon had everything going for it, but the results are extremely disappointing. A tyrannical, galactic organisation threatens a farming world. But one citizen is not all she appears to be and vows to repel the attackers by assembling a team of rogues. Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire is the first…

Review: Gran Turismo

It lacks a certain something, but is still a surprising true story! Nissan motorsports joins forces with Sony PlayStation’s Gran Turismo developer to train gamers into real race car drivers. Jann Mardenborough is one such gamer, but does he have enough to turn dreams into reality? Gran Turismo is an unusual video game “adaptation”, in…

Review: Shazam!

Shazam! drops the DCEU’s grimdark persona completely, picking up a more retro, free-styled screenplay, reminiscent of the 1990s and early 2000s. Billy Batson, an orphan boy in Philadelphia, finds himself chosen by an ancient wizard to become imbued with a godlike powers to protect the world. These powers however, have the side effect of giving…

Review: King Arthur – Legend of the Sword (2D)

Did Guy Ritchie just out-Snyder Zack Snyder? In a good way? In this retelling of the fabled British legend of King Arthur, when a tyrant sorcerer rules over England he seeks out the last true heir to the throne by testing everyone of a certain age to pull the magical sword Excalibur from the stone…

Review: How to Train your Dragon 2 (3D)

Four years in the making and this sequel does what few ever manage; soaring as high as its predecessor! Life on the island of Berk has improved since Hiccup proved to the viking people that the native dragons could be friends, even pets. We see Hiccup’s impression on the village with everyone using gadgets and…