When it was announced that a new Star Trek series was being made, I was beside myself with excitement. Netflix had just loaded all previous Trek series which I binged on and came to some conclusions which I will summarise quickly so we can get onto the new one.
Altered Carbon is Netflix’s new sci-fi series premiering on February 2nd (This Friday!). Based on a Richard K Morgan book which it shares it’s name, it looks to be about a dystopian looking future in which peoples memories and personality’s, can be stored and transferred into new bodies.
Sounds ominous, what could possibly go wrong? Trailer below.
Director Doug Jones (Source Code) brings us Netflix’s latest Sci-Fi offering. We think the trailer looks excellent and the cast has us very excited. Alexander Skarsgard is magnificent in everything he does. Check out the trailer and let us know what you think.
The first trailer for Marvel’s follow up to 2015’s Ant-Man. Watch it below and leave a comment to let us know what you think.
In 1987, a modern Sci-Fi classic arrived in theatres. An elite Special Forces unit, led by Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Dutch Schafer, is stalked by an extra terrestrial hunter through the South American jungle and picked off one by one. Predator was a commercial hit and I love it.
During the recording of our debut podcast episode I mentioned that my favourite game of all time was the original Deus Ex. Alex misheard me and thought I was talking about a game called Day of Sex. It might exist, it might not. One thing is for sure, I’m not going to Google it. I’ve received a fair number of questions regarding Deus Ex (and Day of Sex) and what it’s about, so read on and I’ll bloody tell you.
As everyone who knows me is probably aware, I love the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The lowest I have ever rated a Marvel film is 3 out of 5. For every comment I hear about “there’s too many comic book films” I think, no, there are too many BAD comic book films. I’m looking at you Fantastic Four, Batman vs Superman and Justice League.
Around 22 years ago, in a small barber shop in Edinburgh, you could just make out Oasis’s new single Wonderwall playing through echoes of loud, hysterical laughter. The laughter was aimed at a 10-year-old me and was coming from my Dad and the hairdresser who I’d just asked to make me look like Fox Mulder.
Ready Player One: Sir Steven of Spielberg is taking us on a journey into OASIS (no, not the 90’s britpop giants) in this spectacular looking nerd fest that has us so excited, it may end up being our film of the year!