Top 5 Game to Cinema Adaptations

In anticipation of the upcoming release of Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge on digital download, 4K UHD, Blu-Ray™ & DVD, we’ve got a run down of the top five video games adapted to film over the years. These masterpieces will really get you swapping your game controllers for popcorn! 1. Mortal Kombat: Legends: Scorpian’s Revenge (2020) From the highly successful, long running Mortal Kombat video … Continue reading Top 5 Game to Cinema Adaptations

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge – Character Cheat Sheet

To celebrate the upcoming physical release of the animated film Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge on the 27th April, we’ve provided a round up of everything you need to know about the key characters. And if you can’t wait that long, the video game adaptation is available on digital download now! Johnny Cage Voiced by Joe McHale “Eat me buttercup” Jonathan Carlton AKA Johnny Cage … Continue reading Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge – Character Cheat Sheet

Astronaut – Review

It feels like decades since Richard Dreyfuss, Best Actor Oscar winner for The Goodbye Girl, headlined a movie. The star of Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind goes back into space in Astronaut, a gentle ‘follow your dream’ Canadian drama that plays – extremely well – to an older audience. Dreyfuss is on great form as Angus, a seventy-five year-old curmudgeonly grandfather with … Continue reading Astronaut – Review

Birds of Prey – Review

The DCU era of superheroes have had some tepid results. Polarising fans of comic book movies, we’ve had some drab (Man of Steel,) dull (Batman vs Superman,) and sometimes dazzling (Wonder Woman.) But one thing you can’t deny is that DCEU takes risk, much more than its Marvel counterparts. Though Suicide Squad may not have necessarily had the best reviews, it’s villainous ragtag team was … Continue reading Birds of Prey – Review

Horror director Rob Savage scares in this terrifying Twitter short

In these strange and unusual times, creatives have, like everyone else, found themselves stuck in doors without access to their network. Many have taken to social media; using their talents to produce amusing TikTok’s, short sketches, or painting pictures for the rest of the world to see. It is all whimsical, delightful, and incredible to see how creatives and filmmakers are using their homes as … Continue reading Horror director Rob Savage scares in this terrifying Twitter short

National Tea Day – 7 Great Tea Scenes in Cinema

Happy National Tea Day! Whether you like it loose, bagged, or strained, Britain has a love for tea in all its gloriousness. So why not have a look at some of the best tea scenes in cinema!  Honourable Mention: Any time they drink tea in Emma (2020)    Paddington (2014) Having tea and cake is often perceived as a quintessentially British activity. So it is … Continue reading National Tea Day – 7 Great Tea Scenes in Cinema