Ever been accused of being way too opinionated about film? The future human is a nerd and you may just fit into this category.
With that in mind, you are sure to enjoy perusing the latest news, reviews, interviews & features - taking a deep, geeky dive into movies.
Joker is not an entertaining film - it is an impactful one, making for the best movie of the decade.
I just got round to watching A Quiet Place and, well… Here’s why it single-handedly exceeded all my expectations, to become the best film I’ve seen this decade.
Horror movies are one thing, but here are ten non-horror films that unexpectedly scare the living bejesus out of you.
I went to watch the Batman (1989) at Nottingham’s National justice Museum. It was a weird-yet-awesome experience that I shared with LeftLion.
Unfriended came out of nowhere in the middle of 2015 and was critically panned. But screw the critics, I think it’s one of the best horror films of the decade.
Video games and movies have a mixed relationship. In this list, let’s celebrate the high points with the 7 best films based upon games that have ever been created!
Ready Player One is an incredible novel by Ernest Cline, but does it safely make the transition onto the big screen? With Steven Spielberg at the helm, I was nervous…
Think that Porgs exist in Star Wars: The Last Jedi purely to fuel the Disney merchandise machine? You couldn’t be more wrong…
It may not be as good as Empire, but Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a fun, fresh take on the movie’s formula.
I love Lego and DC super heroes made my childhood. Naturally, my interest was peaked by 'The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes' art exhibit in London. Here's what I thought of it, along with an exclusive interview with the mind behind this amazing work - Lego artist Nathan Sawaya.
With the release of Wonder Woman in cinemas has surely come a renaissance for female leads in superhero films.
So the name of the eighth instalment in the Star Wars franchise has been revealed as The Last Jedi. Let's make some way-too-early story predictions...
I’ll be honest… I’m writing this article in an attempt to defend myself in the face of sheer Love Actually related embarrassment. While speaking to my girlfriend about this wonderful film, I let drop that my understanding of Joe’s famous line to Billy Mack is “Ten minutes at Elton John’s, and you’re as gay as a meatball,” rather than “maypole.”
Another year, another Star Wars movie. Does this spin-off capture the essence of the universe, while making for a compelling story?
Netflix has gotten to know their 86 million members pretty well, and the latest research proves that. The streaming company has released new data that shows how people are binge-watching content, uncovering some strange tendencies amongst people.
Probably the most requested Netflix feature has now become a reality. In their new update, you can now download movies and TV shows for offline viewing.
For decades, nerds have waged war over one simple question - who is the strongest superhero? Students at the University of Leicester have decided to settle this argument with science - conducting a study to find out the strongest of them all.
Chances are you’ve seen Suicide Squad reviews, and they’ve not been positive, to say the least. Well, one viewer from Scotland is taking Warner Bros. and DC to court for false advertising.
Having a guilty pleasure for Sharknado doesn’t make you a cultural cretin - it actually means you probably have an above-average education and prefer the occasional arthouse cinema film.
Researchers at MIT have successfully managed to create a new system for glasses-free 3D cinema screens – aptly named Cinema 3D.
When it comes to trailers that send geeks like me into meltdown, San Diego Comic Con is the time and place to get them. So sit back and enjoy all the 2016 trailers in once place.
Sci-fi blockbuster movies based on characters from books and comic books with super powers are among the most popular currently being produced by Hollywood.
Each of the big characters has powers that differentiate them from the rest and grab our attentions, and most of us wish we could apply those powers to our lives sometimes. These are five times when movie super powers would be really handy in real life.
A.I. is quickly becoming the next big thing in technology - learning to drive cars and even beat humans at board games. But what if we used a neural network to write a science fiction film? The result is Sunspring, and it’s rather incoherent, to say the least!
Warcraft: The Beginning by Legendary Pictures is ever-so-slowly releasing across the world. It made it to our shores on the 30th of May, and has so far managed to inspire some of the most wildly polarizing reviews ever known. Even aggregate sites are all over the place right now. Some place it as a 2/10, some an 8, and it's hard to find any written review that isn't loaded with hyperbole either way. So let me give it a go.
On Sunday 24th April 2016, two HBO TV show seasons premiered. One is Game of Thrones and of course you've all heard about that. But there was another that very few people have actually heard of - Silicon Valley. Little do you know, dear reader, that you should actually be more excited for the latter, and here's why.
Family relationships are enhanced by gaming, and there is no better story told to show this than short film 'Player Two.'
Cause and effect in Marvel films is actually fascinating to look back on. We've reached the point at which most fans look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe like one single, sprawling, ongoing project. But going back and looking at individual movies, we see some pretty significant consequences of specific moments or outcomes in past movies.
A man in North Carolina has been arrested for failing to return a VHS copy of the Tom Green movie Freddy Got Fingered, which he rented in 2002.
Feeling excited for the new Indiana Jones, announced on Tuesday by Disney? Well, get ready to have that feeling struck down. According to The Hollywood Reporter, David Koepp has been brought on to write the film's script - you may know him as the screenwriter on Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
You may hate The Phantom Menace, but Darth Maul was one hell of an interesting character. He was an amazing Sith lord with a fresh look and opened our minds to the possibility of a cracking villain for the prequel trilogy (Belated Media agrees). However, these were struck down in a cheap early death that meant he lived up to half his potential (pardon the pun). Luckily, this sin has been absolved by an incredible 17-minute feature named Darth Maul: Apprentice - A Star Wars Film.