Author David Knight

David Knight is, for all intents and purposes, a human. I mean, he must be right? He has all the essential features necessary, and certainly talks a good game. When he’s not writing words with his hands on a keyboard, he’s speaking words with his mouth on The Bunker podcast.

Video Games Assassin's-Creed-Unity-02

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).

Feature Films Interstellar-01

Interstellar is a big, beautiful cinematic spectacle about a motley crew of astronauts and their search for a new home for the human species.

Feature Films the wind rises flying

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.

Video Games Rayman Legends PS3

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)

Feature Films Possession film 1981 street

The cult classic 1981 film about a very messy divorce set in the shadow of the Berlin wall.

Comment Cate-Blanchet-Bob-Dylan

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?

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