"Let my review of the game serve as a lesson to all that nothing is ever a 'sure thing,' and you should never get too excited about something because someone will always find a way to corrupt the things you love."
I’ve spoken about terrible movie adaptations of games on here so far, but few things in this world can be quite as terrible as a video game tie-in for a movie. Make no mistake, that’s exactly what Mad Max (the game) is, no matter what some people may say to try and convince you otherwise. It doesn’t just borrow from the established canon of Fury Road, but can be considered a direct prequel to the events of that movie. Aside from the inclusion of the War Boyz, it also has Scabrous Scrotus as the main protagonist, Scabrous being one of the three sons of Immortan Joe. It pulled from some of the greatest source material any game could ask for, and still managed to screw it up spectacularly.
The best £12 I spent on a cinema ticket in a long time.
You might have heard about Mike Flanagan if you are into crazy good scary movies, I for one was a lifelong fan from the moment I finished watching Oculus, and Hush cemented my love for this talented editor turned director... Who was even born in Salem! So when I read Flanagan was working on a prequel to the average but million dollar earning Ouija, I got über excited – and holy crap was I right, Ouija: Origin Of Evil is some scary shit!
It has taken 3 years and working around side projects but Alter Bridge have finally released the follow up to 2013's Fortress, and it rocks
It’s been 3 long years since Alter Bridge released Fortress and has been totally worth the wait for The Last Hero, Tremonti and Kennedy, the two key song writers spent a lot of time with their respective side projects and it really shows here since the band feels like they’ve grown in leaps and bounds. Alter Bridge, in case you didn’t know used to have a different singer and went by the name Creed, but after Scott Stapp left the group, they picked up Myles Kennedy and gave birth to One Day Remains, the rest is history.
I Am Not a Serial Killer is a must watch for the lovers of weird indie movies, and obviously those of you interested in the Serial Killer psyche such as myself, not just because the protagonist makes two serial killer references in the first 10 minutes, but it digs a bit deeper analysing how they become that way, what motivates them and how to stop them.
The monsters of Finland Lordi, still know how to Rock out.
Lordi have been around for ages, but it wasn’t until one night back in 2006 when I finally discovered them. I was in my room probably playing WoW when my father came in and turned on my TV to the Eurovision Song Contest saying there was something I might like; it was Lordi’s ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’ it was love at first sight.