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How The LEGO Games Can Cure Your Lockdown Lull

As England braces itself for another lockdown of an indeterminate length, many people may be faced with the same bleak feelings of despair and anxiety that accompanied them throughout most of 2020. It’s easy to fall into a pattern of wake up, eat, work, sleep, repeat, all without actually feeling like we’ve accomplished anything with […]Read More

Iconic Movie Motors: Edition Two

Films are big business and while the spotlight is typically on the starring thespians, in some cases the cars have stolen the show and became the main attraction. In this feature, we look at two more of the most beloved and iconic vehicles to grace the big screen: the Bale era Batmobile from the epic […]Read More

‘Joker’ named the most complained-about film of 2019

The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has officially named Joker the most complained-about film of 2019. According to the annual report, the DC movie received 20 complaints regarding the film’s age 15 classification, asserting it should have had an age 18 rating due to its “violence and tone.” Others have even argued that the […]Read More

Why ‘Batwoman’ Could Be The Best Arrowverse Show

Following the conclusion of the show’s inaugural season, here’s why Batwoman could not only fill Arrow‘s shoes, but also become the best Arrowverse show. The Bat-family proportion of DC Comics is regarded as being one of their strongest mythoi, both in terms of its lore and its characters. So, when Batwoman made her debut as […]Read More

Film News: ‘The Batman’ finds its Catwoman and Riddler

Following the colossal flop that was Ben Affleck’s stint as Batman, when it was announced that director Matt Reeves (War for the Planet of the Apes) was going to be helming a stand-alone trilogy beginning with a film entitled The Batman, the frenzy around who would be cast as the caped crusader caused much debate.  […]Read More

Film Review: Suicide Squad

The first thing I’d like to point out in this review is that Suicide Squad, David Ayer’s hotly-anticipated contribution to the quickly expanding new DC universe, is certainly not as terrible as the recent onslaught of damning reviews would have you believe. I entered the cinema with extremely low expectations, and was met with a complete […]Read More