The original bible story like you’ve never seen it before, wrapped in an epic Hollywood package.
A lifeless, CG heavy film that takes its own content way too seriously and struggles to make contact with its audience
Diablo has found a new home on next-gen consoles and with all it has to offer, anyone who owns a next-gen console shouldn’t be caught without a copy.
Divergent shares many similarities to the Hunger Games, and it’s fairly safe to say that if you enjoy the one, you will most probably enjoy the other.
The Lego Movie bursts with creativity and character, and will ultimately put a smile on your face as you max out your credit card buying new Lego sets at the store.
As a throwback to the great car films of old, it’s fun and has a lot of heart , even if the plot makes no sense at all.
If you want a racing game that doesn’t steer itself too far over into sim or arcade territory but encapsulates the atmosphere of racing, this is it.
Marvel is on a roll with The Avengers and the new Captain America… and Guardians of the Galaxy doesn’t just keep it going… it raises the bar.
While it’ll never live up to the standards set by the original, it’s very far from being a cheap knock off.
Its a sandbox game but with a few more tricks and a very pretty city. Money well spent and already has us excited for the next instalment.
A sci-fi action film doomed to be repetitive by the very nature of its concept proves to be an exciting and intriguing adventure instead.
It looks good, plays great and best of all, has bit of everything that makes video games fun… including Nazi mechs.
A slightly different PG13 approach to the original content, Robocop is enjoyable enough, but feels like it could have been so much more with a bit of polish.
This prequel sequel of the classic film franchise serves up a sci-fi action thriller with unparalleled visual effects and deeply intense performances… especially from the apes.
Two long time retired boxing rivals are brought out of retirement for one last bout to settle scores, debt and doubts.
An unlikely group of soldiers are tasked with tracking down and returning master art works stolen by the Nazis during world war 2.
Checks all the summer blockbuster boxes but doesn’t bring anything new. It’s another Transformers movie, and that really just about sums it up.
Technically competent with an intriguing story, but sold short by unimaginative and unchallenging gameplay, and a measured pace that some may find off-putting.
We’re The Millers is a great adult comedy about people who don’t like each other being forced to act like the perfect family in order to smuggle some dope, and it’s dope.
If you are hoping for more of that Arkham experience you are unfortunately not going to find it here. Arkham Origins: Blackgate falls heartbreakingly short of measuring up to what we have come to expect from the Arkham titles. While the idea has massive potential I cannot recommend it.
A very wealthy Parisian quadriplegic finds a new lease on life when he hires a cocky ex-con to be his personal caretaker.