Assassin’s Creed: Unity is an action-adventure/pointless-item-collecting/stealth videogame set in the 18th century, during the French Revolution (not the Les Mis one, the other one).
Author David Knight
Interstellar is a big, beautiful cinematic spectacle about a motley crew of astronauts and their search for a new home for the human species.
Videogames are expensive. If you’re wondering whether or not to buy Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor,…
A review of The Wind Rises is a fictionalised biography of Jiro Horikoshi, the designer beautiful fighter aircrafts that were used during World War 2 to blow up our grandparents.
Reviews of three classic Agatha Christie Poirot stories: Murder on the Orient Express (1974), Death on the Nile (1978) and Evil Under The Sun (1982).
A review of Rayman Legends; a celebration of art and music, presented with a childlike fixation on pleasure for pleasure’s sake (it’s unmistakably French)
The cult classic 1981 film about a very messy divorce set in the shadow of the Berlin wall.
An actor is someone who acts, so why do we need the word actress? Isn’t categorising people by their gender in a profession where people play make-believe kind of silly?
The sixth and final chapter looking at monsters in the movies discusses Alien, the archaic mother, fetishism, bugs, psychoanalysis and mankind’s darkest fantasies.
The fifth part of our monster series discusses Night of the Living Dead, the fall of the counter-culture, nihilism and the very end of civilisation.