Alien: Covenant Prologue – The Crossing Released for Alien Day

Alien: Covenant

With the upcoming release of Alien: Covenant it should come as no surprise that Ridley Scott should have something special for us to celebrate Alien Day. In this new prologue to Covenant, titled The Crossing, we find out what happened to Dr. Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) and the synthetic David (Michael Fassbender). Watch The Crossing…

Creating a Combined Office/ Gaming Room at Home

An office is a great use of space in any home. If you run your own business or are self-employed it’s essential- but even if you don’t, it’s worth setting one up if you have a spare bedroom. It’s somewhere you can sit and do the boring essentials in life like pay bills and store…

Trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle Finally Arrives

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

If like me you loved Kingsman: The Secret Service in both movie form and comic, then you’ve been waiting for our first look at Kingsman: The Golden Circle with quite high expectations. Today we finally get to see the new trailer, and it was worth the wait. Using the Frank Sinatra classic My Way perfectly, it…

‘Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell’ Review

Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell

When a film has a name like Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell, it comes with certain expectations. Described as the Japanese Evil Dead, that is a lofty claim. So, can the crazy titled film live up to the name of Evil Dead? When a bodybuilder, his ex-girlfriend and a professional psychic enter a haunted…

What Do You Do If You Lack Creativity In A Visual World?

There’s no doubt that we live in a visual world. To an extent, that’s always been the case – we’ve been looking at cartoons for centuries and photography took off faster than anyone expected. The internet has just increased our need for visual stimulation. [ cocoparisienne / pixabay ] After all, a picture is said…

‘Doctor Who 10×02 – Smile’ Review

Doctor Who Smile

When I first saw the teaser for this episode of Doctor Who, I had to admit that the thought of an Emoji robot just didn’t work for me. Surprisingly though, this new refreshed Doctor Who makes the lovable little killer robots actually work. This week The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) takes Bill (Pearl Mackie) into the far…

Horror Films Rediscovered on the BFI Player

the night has eyes

In 2010 the BFI published their Most Wanted list, a tantalising countdown of 75 British films classified as ‘missing, believed lost’. Of all these forgotten gems (which ranged from silent Hitchcock to ’60s pop), nothing excited horror fans more than the inclusion of José Ramón Larraz’s 1974 little-seen cult classic, Symptoms. Selected for the 1974…

Under the Sea – Our Love of Mermaids in Movies

From merchandise to fan art, the trend for all things mermaid is huge at the minute. Even this mermaid inspired slot game is proving popular online. But in truth, the legendary half-female, half-fish creatures have long being popular and feature in myths worldwide, particularly, Europe, Africa and Asia. They have inspired not only a whole…