Akira (1988) – How does it look almost 30 years later?

The other night a local independent cinema screened the groundbreaking 1988 adaptation of the manga series, Akira. The last time I remember watching the movie was in 1994, on a small...

Arena (1989) Review

Arena (1989)   Ah the 80s. If you had an idea no matter how out there then you could get enough money and a decent crew with the right equipment to...

Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (2013) Review

Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (2013) "People like you who place their faith in high technology, should be placed in museums with the rest of the fossils. Actually, coffins would be better."   Iron Man:...

Sega Mega DriveGenesis Collected Works Book Review

Sega Mega Drive Collected Works   Following a foreword by Earthworm Jim developer David Perry is Arcade Perfect, giving the history of the console that contains interviews from Sega bigwigs including Sega co-founder David Rosen that...

Space Pirate Captain Harlock (2013) Review

Space Pirate Captain Harlock (2013)   Space Pirate Captain Harlock started as a Manga in 1977 then became an animated TV series in 1978. The plot involved the human race having expanded throughout the universe...

Ghostbusters: The Ultimate Visual History Review

  GHOSTBUSTERS: The Ultimate Visual History Let us do our best to ignore the new Ghostbusters film and go back to the beginning where it all started with the original film. Or more precisely...

Batman v Superman: Extended Cut – Our reviewer just made-up his own plot

Warning: Contains spoilers and some made-up bullshit that never happens at all.  Editor's note: I thought by asking our new films & games reviewer, Logan, to review Batman v Superman: Dawn...

Flintstones and Scooby-Doo WWE Crossovers Reviews

Remember the WWF? Now they are the WWE and they have teamed up with Warner Bros to give you two new straight-to-DVD films involving two classic cartoons The Flintstones and Scooby...

Star Wars documentary ‘Elstree 1976’ (2015) review – I’ve got a bad feeling about...

Elstree 1976 is a 2015 crowd-funded documentary about the lesser known cast of Star Wars, directed by Jon Spira and staring Dave Prowse, Jeremy Bulloch, John Chapman and Paul Blake among many others. When this DVD...

Deadpool might kill the movie universe, too? And here’s why that’s not a bad...

Everybody loves Deadpool. Right? And there's one simple reason why. ..Because it's just fucking funny, OK? Well.. Uh.. OK maybe two reasons then.. I'll get to the second one in a sec... ...Because when you...