Finally, we have made it to the latest addition to the Alien franchise, Covenant which tells the story of a colony ship responding to a distress signal from an idyllic planet holding a dark dangerous secret. If you’ve just joined us I have been reviewing all of the alien films over the last week or […]Read more "Alien: Covenant Review"
The film takes place in the year 2093 where a group of researchers are on the hunt for the origin of human life when they find a mysterious monument on a distant moon that may hold the key. We’ve finally made it the penultimate alien film in the franchise which begins to answer a question no […]Read more "Prometheus Review"
This doesn’t deserve to be reviewed in all honesty, it’s an abomination. Oh well, here we go… 200 years after Ripley committed the ultimate sacrifice to prevent the Alien’s falling into the hands of the Weyland corporation she is resurrected as a half alien half human hybrid and must continue her battle against the xenomorph scum. […]Read more "Alien: Resurrection Reviews"
Okay, here we go, I’m trying to be as positive as I possibly can. The third installment in the Alien franchise takes Ripley to a prison planet, where an Alien on her destroyed ship starts wreaking havoc. Also, some moronic writer killed off Newt and Hicks, dammit I tried to be positive it’s just so […]Read more "Alien 3 Review"
Ellen Ripley after surviving her first run in with the horrific Xenomorphs returns to the perfect holiday destination, LV-426 57 years later to rescue a group of colonists trapped on the planet. This time round Ripley is accompanied by some hardcore marines and a small child, what could possibly go wrong? Comparing Alien to Aliens is […]Read more "Aliens Review"
The Summer blockbuster season kicked off last week with Guardians of the galaxy 2 but has sadly taken an unexpected turn down disappointment avenue. Before the next potential hit of the summer, I sat through Jamie Foxx’s latest misfire and Josh Gadd in the Marley and Me wannabe, A dog’s purpose. Not all was lost though, as I […]Read more "Mindhorn, A Dog’s Purpose and Sleepless Reviews"
Everyone’s favourite gang of space rebels are back for an explosive sequel pushing them further than they have ever been before. With Peter’s father, an advanced race and themselves to deal with the Guardians have a lot on their plate but you can be sure that hilarity and a cracking array of music will follow […]Read more "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Review"