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The Forever Purge

by Peter Ray Allisonon 20/07/2021
The Forever Purge is the fifth film in The Purge series. Blessed be our New Founding Fathers and America, a nation reborn.

Space Jam: A New Legacy

by Peter Ray Allisonon 17/07/2021
Space Jam: A New Legacy is Warner Brothers shamelessly shaking the nostalgia tree. Our review is more entertaining than the film...

Gunpowder Milkshake

by Peter Ray Allisonon 15/07/2021
Gunpowder Milkshake is the high-octane action-thriller by Navot Papushado in the style of John Wick, starring Karen Gillan and Lena Headey.

Loki – Season 1

by Jonjo Cosgroveon 14/07/2021
Geek Pride's Jonjo Cosgrove digs deep into Loki, the latest Marvel miniseries and this means for the future of the MCU.

Black Widow

by Peter Ray Allisonon 12/07/2021
Scarlett Johansson becomes the elite superspy one final time in Black Widow and lays the foundations for the future of the MCU.

Alien: Colonial Marines Operations Manual

by Peter Ray Allisonon 05/07/2021
"A day in the Marine Corps is like a day on the farm. Every meal's a banquet! Every paycheck a fortune! Every formation a parade!"

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

by Matt Gearyon 04/07/2021
The hitman’s wife’s bodyguard is action-packed star studded and completely bombastic buuuut seems to be either trying too hard or conversely not trying at all and I’m not sure which one. It’s not unenjoyable to be fair, with classic Ryan Reynolds moments throughout but it’s not a film you’ll go to watch again any time […]

Shatter War, by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald

by Peter Ray Allisonon 01/07/2021
Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison read's Shatter War, the next book in the Time Shards series by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald.

A Quiet Place Part II

by The_Dark_Mikeon 14/06/2021
Geek Pride's Mike quietly checks out the horror film A Quiet Place Part II. Spoiler; it's a bit good!

Mortal Kombat 2021 – Review

by Matt Gearyon 24/04/2021
Video game films are generally pretty hit and miss and in some cases just downright bad. A lot of the time the source material is used liberally and the more fantastical stuff is just ignored, or in the case of Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, so over the top that it’s badly comical. Not the case in the new Mortal Kombat, it’s true to the games, fantastical in part but grounded and it’s a bloody romp ( literally)