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The Pillars of the Earth | Review

Several years ago Daedalic Entertainment announced they’d be adapting Ken Follett‘s The Pillars of the Earth into a graphic adventure . This came shortly after German publishing company Bastei Lübbe, who happen to be Follett‘s German publisher, became Daedalic’s majority shareholder. The Pillars of the Earth has been adapted into a miniseries and a board […]

Sicario 2: Soldado Review – Guerra Sucia

When Sicario came out some years ago it took the world by surprise. It was yet another movie in Denis Villeneuve‘s filmography that helped establish him as one of the most interesting directors of the moment. But the glory of Sicario wasn’t just for Villeneuve. Taylor Sheridan also got his fair share of glory. Sheridan‘s […]

Vampyr – Review | All Bark! No Bite!

The night is dark and everything about this place is dreary. The air is cold, stinging and blinded by a heavy fog rolling in off the Thames. This is London town. Your hunting ground and your grave. This is Vampyr and…  I am completely overselling it perhaps because I’m still in denial about the whole […]

The Breadwinner Review

Directed by Nora Twomey, The Breadwinner is the third feature film to be released by Irish studio Cartoon Saloon. Since its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2017 and subsequent nomination for Best Animated Picture in the 90th Academy awards, we’ve been eagerly awaiting its release on May 25. Thanks to The Irish […]

Fullmetal Alchemist – Otaku Review

It is no secret that Fullmetal Alchemist is one of the best anime ever, both the original and Brotherhood. I was one of those people who were genuinely excited – but sceptical- when they announced a live action adaptation was in the works. We have had a long history of horrendous live action adaptations of […]

Manticore Galaxy On Fire Review

Switch Flight Sim Mode I can’t tell you the last time I played a flight simulator or even a game where the main point is controlling a vehicle. There’s a reason I don’t have my driver’s license in real life! And there’s a reason I don’t enter Mario Kart tournaments; I make for a terrible […]

The Lodgers Review

In this new Irish gothic horror, The Lodgers explores family secrets, unwanted legacy and what lurks outside your bedroom door at night. Directed by Brian O’Malley, a seasoned horror director who is known for Let Us Prey (2014) and written by newcomer David Turpin, this film is the perfect combination of spooky tension and engaging […]
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