Hiroaki Samura’s Blade of the Immortal began life as a Manga series in 1993, where it was published in Gekkan Afternoon magazine and ran for almost 20 years. With sales of over 7.5 million and numerous prestigious awards to its name, it quickly attracted international acclaim. Advertisements
The eagerly anticipated coming together of DC world’s most famous creations finally arrived in cinemas this week. Originally helmed by Zack Snyder, Joss Whedon took the reins after Snyder departed due to a personal loss. Both leave their mark on a film that fails to live up to its hype and ends up a disjointed,…
Ben Whishaw swaps James Bond for Michael Bond’s Paddington Bear in the sequel to 2014s hugely successful Paddington, simply named Paddington 2. Simply named, but ingeniously signalled by Paddington himself in the film’s opening.
Agatha Christie has sold somewhere in the region of three billion books. Yes, three billion. I’ve not read any. There have been numerous adaptations of Murder on the Orient Express for the silver and the golden screen. I’ve not seen any. Yes, I know. I’m embarrassed for myself too.
Exploding onto the screen in a kaleidoscope of colour and Electro-Pop, synthetic, funk music, Thor: Ragnarok grabs you by the ponytail
Storming into cinemas in the wake of some horrific, domestic natural disasters, Geostorm arrives with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer to remind us that we need to look after our planet or it’ll find a way to destroy us all. Gerard Butler is Jake Lawson,
“How do I look?” Enquires a dapper Harry (Colin Firth as British as ever) in his sharp suit and new custom eye (literally – he only has one) glasses. “Like some faggot looking for an eye fucking”, drawls a redneck itching for a fight. The first Kingsman film wasn’t exactly subtle, and you’ll be pleased,…
The late Vince Flynn wrote thirteen Mitch Rapp novels until his untimely death at the age of 47. The series was continued by his friend, and fellow author, Kyle Mills who is still writing them to this day.