Posts Tagged ‘Patrick Stewart’

Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2

by Callum Tyndallon 07/03/2014
A couple of confessions before I start this review properly: I have never previously played a Castlevania game before. I am aware of the series but have never played any of the titles before, including the previous Lords Of Shadow game. So what backstory/lore I know comes from quick Wikipedia searches and not an extensive […]

Captain Picard sings ‘Let it Snow’

by Becca Harperon 10/12/2013
Whether you like it or not the Christmas season is upon us. We’re well into December now and that means those annoying people will be constantly be pointing out how little time is left to get organised and spend massive amounts of money on gifts, food and boozing. It can all get a little stressful […]

Preview: Days of Future Past

by Owen Duncanon 13/09/2013
Surely this is a golden age for fans of big heroes on the big screen. Only recently has the SFX technology and budget for superhero films caught up with the larger-than-life storytelling, curtailed only by the writers imagination and the artists skill. Rewind only a few years and the hardcore Marvel fan could force themselves […]

Days Of Future Past Posters Are X-cellent

by James Buckinghamon 22/07/2013
Amid the news from San Diego Comic Con of Avengers 2: Age of Ultron, and the screening of some Guardians of the Galaxy footage, some new posters have surfaced for  Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days Of Future Past, and they’re awesome! Check them out here: Don’t they look great? I’m loving James McAvoy‘s look with the […]

Who’s the Next Doctor?

by Laura Maieron 02/06/2013
So, Matt Smith is leaving Doctor Who at Christmas. I feel I am in the minority who consider Matt Smith the best Doctor (even if this recent season came dangerously close to being the worst season of anything ever) but I understand that regeneration is all part of the Doctor Who experience, and so I […]

Transmetropolitan: Graphic Novel Review -9 GPP

by Stephen Breweron 24/04/2013
The brainchild of Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson, “Transmetropolitan” throws a lot of people with its name. Several people apparently believe it has something to do with metro-sexuality and present day New York. This could not be further from the truth, and if you have not heard or indeed read this graphic novel, do it. I cannot give it higher praise, being a huge fan of gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson.

Peter Dinklage confirmed for X-Men: Days of Future Past

by Becca Harperon 15/02/2013
Officially like to welcome #PeterDinklage from #GameOfThrones to #XMEN #DaysofFuturePast Very very excited! — Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) February 14, 2013 Yesterday Bryan Singer announced via Twitter that the ever enjoyable to watch Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage will be joining X-Men: Days of Future Past. Commence whoops of excitement all round!!  Dinklage will be joining an […]

Ted (Film) – 7GPPs

by JodieAvoon 17/12/2012
Straight to the Point: I am a big fan of anything Seth MacFarlane related, and this film is a brilliant mish mash of adult humour,  big kid behaviours, and the on-going war of “bros before hoes”; frustratingly hilarious. Ted (2012) was directed by Seth MacFarlane and as a result of a childhood wish, John Bennett’s […]

Hugh Jackman in Talks for X-Men Days of Future Past

by Becca Harperon 30/11/2012
Weirdly it was only last night whilst re-watching X-Men: First Class that I was telling my husband that they can’t do X-Men: Days of Future Past without Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. I wake up this morning bleary eyed, checked my feeds and low and behold, headlines appeared announcing that Hugh Jackman is currently in talks to reprise […]