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REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season Nine – Episode 16 ‘The Storm’

REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season Nine – Episode 16 ‘The Storm’

Credit: NowTV Well, it’s been two weeks since the show finished off the ninth season and the dust has now settled on what I believe was – and it pains me to say this – the worst finale of The Walking Dead ever. The Kingdom has fallen, which I think is the result of the fallout from […]

 Kamron Kent

Opinion: are original films dying out?

Opinion: are original films dying out?

Feature Image Credit: IMDb As the years go on, so do the numbers of reboots or remakes of great old films. So, does this mean that companies like Disney are running out of movie ideas? It seems that good, one-off good films like Battle: Los Angeles are becoming less and less frequent and the most anticipated films […]

 Kamron Kent

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season Nine: Ep. 15 – The Calm Before

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season Nine: Ep. 15 – The Calm Before

I don’t quite understand why this episode went through a background story of two residents from Hilltop at the beginning.  As Alpha (Samantha Morton) kills them within the first few minutes, it would have been enough to just show them packing up and leaving, freeing up some time to have other elements in the plot. […]

 Kamron Kent

PREVIEW: Days Gone

PREVIEW: Days Gone

Credit: @sonybendstudio Days Gone is the new and upcoming open-world, PlayStation exclusive, zombie apocalypse game, the type that only a handful of creators have been able to successfully make up until now. The zombie genre has seriously grown over the years, possibly due to the introduction to the popular hit AMC zombie-drama, The Walking Dead, in […]

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REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season Nine, Episode 14 – Scars

REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season Nine, Episode 14 – Scars

Featured Imagine Credit: @amcthewalkingdead (Instagram) Following last weeks fight between Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beta (Ryan Hurst), let’s review the latest episode of The Walking Dead: ‘Scars’. However, with the show containing flashbacks throughout the episode, I’m going to review this in chronological order, starting with the flashbacks then working on the present day of […]

 Kamron Kent

PREVIEW: Avengers: Endgame #2

PREVIEW: Avengers: Endgame #2

A new trailer has landed and it’s time for one more (hopefully the last) trailer breakdown. It’s a shame we won’t hear Robert Downey Jr. shout “Get lost, Squidward” one last time. The trailer opens with a black and white shot of Downey Jr’s first scene as the legendary icon that is – Iron Man. […]

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Review: After Life (SPOILER FREE)

Review: After Life (SPOILER FREE)

Credit: @rickygervais (Instagram) Since this show is one that everyone should watch at least once, because of this I will try to avoid any sort of spoilers. Ricky Gervais stars as Tony, a widower, juggling grief and his life with recently losing his wife, Lisa, to cancer. The Netflix show highlights the process of losing […]

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REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season 9 – Episode 13: Chokepoint

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season 9 – Episode 13: Chokepoint

Featured Image Credit: NowTV In my opinion, excluding the whole anticipation of the new The Walking Dead villains, the Whisperers, This episode showcased the biggest moment in the second half of season: Beta v Daryl. Starting off after the events of Episode 12 (Guardians), Daryl is using Alpha group’s essential tool (the dead) against them, […]

 Kamron Kent

Preview: Game of Thrones – Season Eight (The Final Season)

Preview: Game of Thrones – Season Eight (The Final Season)

The teasers have ceased and the trailer is here! We get a good view of what is to come in the upcoming last season of the HBO hit, Game of Thrones. Here it is: winter has arrived! The trailer starts with Arya Stark sprinting away from something – or someone. Could it be a white […]

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Five forgotten family films for a rainy day

Five forgotten family films for a rainy day

A wet and miserable weekend looks to be on the horizon, so what will you watch? Let’s take a step away from the traditional and standard family movies that you would normally go for. Here are five movies that will have you riding that nostalgia train back to the pre and post 21st century, and […]