Ryan Easby

The Road To Endgame – Part 16: Spider-Man Homecoming

The Road To Endgame – Part 16: Spider-Man Homecoming

Spider-Man is hands down my favourite superhero, no contest. Growing up, he’s the one I was most exposed to, having watched the Raimi trilogy, the Andrew Garfield films (I shudder when I remember those) and most of the cartoons. I read the comics at every opportunity, normally pulling out one or two every time I […]

 Daniela Ralu Nastase

Review: Spotlight

After winning an Oscar for the Best Picture later, Spotlight has arrived in North East! The movie follows a team of elite journalists (called suggestively Spotlight) on their way of uncovering decades of children abuses made by priests and hidden by church. When a new editor comes to the Boston Globe, Spotlight is assigned a […]

 Ross Mchugh

Film Review: Need For Speed – The Engine's Running, But There's Nobody Behind The Wheel

Film Review: Need For Speed – The Engine's Running, But There's Nobody Behind The Wheel

Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper and Imogen Poots star in this video game adaptation that features plenty of street racing but becomes painfully predictable. In his first chance in a starring role since the finale of Breaking Bad, Paul plays Tobey Marshall, a street racer who owns a garage in upstate New York, who often enters […]

 Ross Mchugh

Need for Speed – Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul Stars In The Racing Game Adaptation

Need for Speed – Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul Stars In The Racing Game Adaptation

Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul stars in this adrenaline-fuelled Gatins brothers adaptation of the popular Electronic Arts (EA) series of racing games, which hits screens on 14th March. Paul plays Tobey Marshall, a well-known street racer, who is sent to jail for two years for a crime that he, predictably, didn’t commit – a crime that saw […]

 Ross Mchugh

Review: RoboCop – They Have The Technology, But They Can't Quite Rebuild It

Review: RoboCop – They Have The Technology, But They Can't Quite Rebuild It

  Director José Padhila’s remake of the popular and critically acclaimed RoboCop provides the film with updated technological advances and a new look for RoboCop himself, but ultimately falls short of expectations because it will always be compared to its predecessor. That’s not saying that the film itself was bad, in fact it was a […]

 Ross Mchugh

Dead Or Alive, The New RoboCop Film Comes Out This Week

Dead Or Alive, The New RoboCop Film Comes Out This Week

Joel Kinnaman leads a star-studded cast as RoboCop makes its first appearance on the big screen since 1993. Set in 2028, Kinnaman plays Alex Murphy; a Detroit based police officer who is injured in an explosion and becomes RoboCop, a half human, half robot who fights crime in the city. The company OmniCorp had already […]