Slender man review

Reviewed by: Harry H. The notion of turning popular video games into films has yielded a mixed bag of results over the years. There are some brilliant examples, such as Silent Hill, Resident Evil and Tron. But these are overshadowed by the sheer number of not-so-brilliant offerings; Doom, Hitman, Prince of Persia, and the sequels to all three of the aforementioned films. So…

Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle review

Review by: Harry H. With the story that began in Netflix’s Godzilla: Planet of Monsters continued in Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle, we must ask the age-old question; “Is it as good as the first?” Yes. It’s not a massive improvement, but it was certainly a more interesting watch, and here’s why: Exploration and development Ok…

Annihilation review

Reviewed by: Harry H.  Alex Garland has served up some pretty nifty science fiction epics, with past successes including 28 Days Later, Dredd (2012) and Ex Machina – but a sci-fi/horror which isn’t set in space? It almost seems a strange change of pace. In fact; the term ‘horror’ can be used quite loosely as, while Annihilation certainly has its horrifying…

Godzilla: Planet of Monsters review

By Harry H. If you wouldn’t previously have considered yourself a Godzilla fan, now might be a good time to start. With a sequel to the Legendary Productions’ 2014 offering, Godzilla, currently in post-production and Toho’s 2016 flick, Shin Godzilla, rumoured to be landing in 2020 – not to mention Legendary’s highly anticipated Godzilla vs Kong – it’s a…