Review – Batman: Arkham Knight

Batman Arkham Knight

Batman: Arkham Knight, developed by Rocksteady is without a doubt the biggest Arkham game to date, but it is also perhaps the deepest and most rewarding one the developer has created yet. However, Rocksteady didn’t listen to the old mantra of; if it ain’t broke don’t fix it, and forced in certain aspects which make the game frustrating, and at times a step in the wrong direction when traditional Arkham games are considered. Read more

Review – Mr. Holmes

Mr. Holmes

Mr. Holmes, directed by Bill Condon is a sedate, sweet film that offers a refreshing little story about Sherlock Holmes in his later life. Mr. Holmes makes no attempt to stray away from the familiar and is a film that won’t redefine the already well established image of the character, but is one that newer fans to the faithful old detective may struggle with. Read more

Review – Leviathan

Leviathan

Leviathan, directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev, is a quiet, yet powerfully moving film. This is a film that blends the struggles of a disjointed family, with the increasing and corrupt pressure of a local Government, seamlessly. With a wealth of flawless performances, all of which take on a great array of flawed characters, Leviathan is a film that never shies away from the realities of life. Read more