Review: War for the Planet of the Apes

The latest installment is still incredible to look at, but feels a little directionless and even anti-climatic compared to the incredible Dawn that preceded it. Set fifteen years after the rise of intelligent ape kind, War follows Caesar and his growing tribe of apes as they try to escape a ruthless human colonel who wants to…

Review: Warcraft – The Beginning (2D)

Duncan Jones directing this fantastic epic isn’t the only thing that’s totally baffling and confusing with this project! The realm of Azeroth is at peace with its native races working together, but when a barbaric race known as Orcs build a portal between their worlds and invade, alliances must be forged and sides must be…

Review: Vexille

From the creators of Appleseed comes an anime movie that has a lot of squandered potential. Ready for a strange way to find out about a movie? Some time ago, I discovered one of my favourite video games had a song by The Prodigy (one of my favourite bands), but I had trouble finding the…

Review: Arthur Christmas

This festive animation is somewhat hit-and-miss, but having found a lot of Aardman’s recent CGI endevours very lackluster, Arthur Christmas proves to be at least good fun to watch! The film sets about showing quite how Santa Claus delivers all the presents to children across the world and the different generations of Santa. Today, presents…