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Alien: Covenant: blood, gore, and more lore than you can shake a stick at

(This article contains many, many SPOILERS for Alien: Covenant. Of course it does, I mean, man, I’ve waited five years for this film. I’m going deep on this one.) Audiences hunkered in their cinema seats, ready to watch Alien in 1979 were expecting only one thing: to be entertained. Trailers really did tease back then. […]

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Godzilla Review

Gareth Edwards much-awaited monster flick, Godzilla, has trounced into cinemas – will it wipe the floor with Roland Emmerich’s 1998 dross?

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review

The Quite Nice Avenger, Captain America (Chris Evans), returns for his sophomore solo effort in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.

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The Lone Ranger Review

Following on from his animated kids flick with a heart, Rango, The Lone Ranger prowls deeper into the myths and legends of its titular character.

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Evil Dead Review

The rebooted Evil Dead feature pushes horror into a new frontier of depravity – does this make it worth viewing?

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The Heat Review

The Heat features two of cinema’s finest funnygals; drunk, wearing dumpster-ready outfits with mouthfuls of comedy gold.

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The World’s End Review

Is The World’s End the brilliant end to the trilogy we’ve been waiting for?

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Warm Bodies Review

Let’s get this little tidbit out of the way. The novel on which Warm Bodies is based, by Seattle author Isaac Marion is very very good…

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Pacific Rim Review

A fleet of giant monsters attack the planet, and humans create giant robots to defeat them. Who doesn’t want to see that played out on the big screen?

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Before Midnight Review

Richard Linklater’s final instalment to his romantic trilogy, Before Midnight, is a breathtaking look in on Jesse and Celine twenty years after they met.