The Real Life Inspiration Behind Game of Thrones Stranger Than Fiction

With Game of Thrones exploding back on our screens, it seemed like a good time to revisit the inspirations behind

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‘2084’ PC Game Review A Cyberpunk Shooter Lacking Substance

With a cyberpunk aesthetic and boasting a fast-paced combat system, 2084 is a fun game that quickly loses its charm. Given the game is still in early-access, it’s worth noting that the game is a little over £7 and if I’m honest, it doesn’t even feel like it’s worth that in its current form.

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Life Lessons from Disney Exploring the Psychology in Disney Films

With Tim Burton’s live-action remake of Dumbo now released, I thought it was time we addressed the elephant in the

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‘Bayonet’ Netflix Film Review Packs A Punch

Bayonet follows the aftermath of Miguel “Bayonetta” Galindez’s (Luis Gerardo Méndez) professional boxing career; a career ended abruptly following an

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Ten Controversial Documentaries A little Controversy Goes a Long Way

In this article, Bianca Garner looks at ten controversial documentaries. As such, some of the content described here could be

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‘The Occupation’ Game Review An interesting concept, poorly executed

While there are some nice ideas here and the game itself does well to pace out its narrative in a compelling way, the lack of auto-saving, long stretches of monotony and a wealth of glitches make this more of a missed opportunity than it should be.

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Looking Forward to More Female-Led Films Happy International Women’s Day 2019

A few months ago, producer Jason Blum made a notorious comment in a magazine interview stating “There are not a

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‘The Lego Movie 2’ Game Review A Failed Meeting Of Two Worlds

ith its open world, Minecraft-like building, Travelers Tales attempt to merge the open-world formula of Lego Worlds with the traditional format of a narrative-driven Lego game and the results are lacklustre and disappointing to say the least.

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‘Flesh City’ | Film Review One Bad Acid Trip

In Roger Ebert’s Little Rule Book, (which every aspiring film critic should read, by the way), he states that all

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‘Far Cry New Dawn’ | Game Review Aesthetically Impressive But Lacking Depth

If you’re a little fatigued with the usual Far Cry formula and are looking to try something a bit different, steer clear of New Dawn. Despite its pretty visuals and reasonably well implemented RPG mechanics, this is largely an unchanged Far Cry experience.

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Netflix’s ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Season 1 Binge Guide Is Netflix's new superhero series binge-worthy?

Welcome to the spoiler-free binge-guide for Netflix’s new superhero series The Umbrella Academy, with Season 1 arriving on our thumbnails on February

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Mortal Franchises Investigating Why 'Mortal Engines' Flopped

Mortal Engines is the most recent adaptation of a young adult novel series to flop at the box office. In

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‘Subnautica’ | Game Review In Too Deep

If you can look past some of the more questionable design choices and don’t mind the chunks of pop-in that crop up here, Subnautica opens up in the best possible way and is unlike anything else out there.

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‘Driving While Black’ | Film Review Ride Along

Paul Sapiano’s Driving While Black was shot in 2015, but is only being released now. However, it is still relevant

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‘Kingdom Hearts III’ | Game Review The Wait Is Over

It’s a lot of fun and the game has that nostalgic charm that makes you really feel like you’re playing through a proper Kingdom Hearts game. It’s just such a shame that the game doesn’t do enough to justify 14 years of waiting.

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Horror Show: Are the Academy Afraid of Scary Films? Let's explore the Academy's relationship with horror

2018 saw some excellent horror films, from the likes of Hereditary, to Suspiria, and A Quiet Place. Like many, I

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‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ | Film Review Everything is still awesome

In 2014, seemingly out of nowhere, The Lego Movie stormed onto the scene and proved with its surprise success that

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The Big Satire How Adam McKay became serious (sort of)

If you had mentioned Adam McKay’s name in the same sentence as “best director” and “Oscars” fifteen years ago, then

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