Showing posts from July, 2015

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation #10wordreviews

Love or hate him, Cruise still delivers action that thrills.

- Stu

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nationhits cinemas this week. If you see it and agree or disagree with my extensive review feel free to drop a line below. 

Godzilla (PS4) Review

I'm not sure if it'd be fair to call Godzilla a movie tie-in game, but it certainly feels like one. It's the kind of exercise in brand management designed to give the illusion of wish-fulfillment - "Wow, I get to play as Godzilla after watching him smash buildings for two hours? Awesome!" - and instead delivers an experience that admirably disappoints (I'll explain that odd dichotomy later).

Godzilla is not the game I expected, nor was it the game I was hoping for. Other reviewers have already savaged it to kingdom come, but I don't feel as strongly as they do. It was definitely flawed, but in an endearing way, like a paperback novel scribed by a crayon-wielding Kindergartener. There have been worse attempts at monster-destruction simulators, and there have been better. Whether you'll want to play it or not depends heavily on that dichotomy I mentioned, which I'll endeavour to explain below.

You are Godzilla. You smash thin…

Trainwreck #10wordreviews

Bridget Jones 2.0, raunchy comedy with heart. Amy Schumer rocks!
- Stu

Trainwreck hits cinemas this Thursday, if you see the film and agree or disagree with my thoughts then you know the deal, just yell at me in the comments below.


Stu and I take the helm this week and discuss what we've read, watched, and played. We also dive into some of the trailers released during San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend.

This is all before we watch a press screening of Ant-Man. Following that we have a post viewing review of the film. So yeah it's going to be a fAntastic episode!*

Also apologies in advance some bad language was used in excitement during this episode.

As always it would make our day if you could take a couple of minutes to rate and reviews us on iTunes or drop us some feedback below! Really keen to have your input in the show.


This week's discussion topic: Trailers from San Diego Comic-Con and Post Ant-Man review (No Spoilers)

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Watch: Magic Mike XXL & Love and Mercy

Billy (@aqualec, Read: Secret Wars
Play: Destiny (X-Box One)
Watch: Orange Is The New Black Season 3

*(I can hear you all groaning at that pun…

Ant-Man #10wordreviews

Heist action laced with oodles of laughs. I LOVED it! - 8.5/10 - Stu

Ant-Man will be Crawling over cinemas from this Thursday.

If you see the film and agree or disagree with my thoughts feel free to drop a line below.

Monsters: Dark Continent - Review

In 2010, Gareth Edwards (Godzilla, Star Wars: Rogue One) delivered Monsters, the micro-budget Sci-Fi film punching well above its weight. With a few clever tricks and evocative locations, the film superbly hinted at an environment much vaster than that portrayed on screen. I can’t recommend it highly enough; it’s an excellent example that art can flourish despite severe financial restrictions.
Monsters: Dark Continent picks up the action 10 years after the events of the first film, shifting the focus from America to the ongoing conflict in the Middle East. If things weren’t bad enough already, American troops are not only battling insurgent forces, but now there’s the added risk of gigantic, multi-tentacled monsters hanging around and getting up to no good. Whilst the setting is nowhere near as interesting as the first film, I appreciated that it was at least distinct from its predecessor.
Tom Green tackles directing and writing duties and does an admirable job presenting a world sim…

Terminator Genisys #10wordreviews

.Save your pennies. Go watch T2 for the 100th time.

- Stu

Terminator Genisys bursts into theatres this Thursday. If you see the flick and agree or disagree with my thoughts feel free to call me out below.