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Aaron Jones

Aaron Jones

Aaron S. Jones is the author of Flames of Rebellion, the first part of The Broken Gods trilogy. He is Head of English at a school in Kent, UK and when he is not tearing his hair out at students struggling with their, they're and there, he is tearing his hair out as he dies for the thousandth time on Demon's Souls. You can find him on Twitter @HereticASjones where he is most likely procrastinating for hours at a time instead of focusing on his Orc murder mystery.

REVIEW: Dredd (2012)

Dredd is a 2012 sci-fi action film written by Alex Garland (The Beach, 28 Days Later, Ex Machina, Annihilation) and stars the always amazing Karl Urban (Lord of the Rings, The Boys, Thor: Ragnarök)...

REVIEW: The Pariah by Anthony Ryan

The Pariah is Anthony Ryan’s latest novel and the first in the new The Covenant of Steel series. This fantasy trilogy opener kicks the series off in style and leaves readers begging for the...

Grimdark in Dark Times

How can reading or watching grim, dark and often violent stories help people confront the chaos of life? The last eighteen months have been unpleasant on a global scale. Life in a pandemic is...

REVIEW: 13 Assassins

13 Assassins is a 2010 Japanese samurai film directed by the brilliant Takashi Miike – best known to western audiences for his cult horror The Audition and twisted crime epic Ichi the Killer.  The...

REVIEW: A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is a 2018 horror film directed by John Krasinski – the man once known as Jim from The Office. The story follows a father (Krasinski) and mother (played by Krasinski’s real...

REVIEW: A Quiet Place Part II

A Quiet Place Part II picks up from the shocking events of the 2018 horror film directed by John Krasinski. Following the death of Lee, the Abbott family move through the land still decimated...

REVIEW: The Maleficent Seven by Cameron Johnston

The Maleficent Seven from author Cameron Johnston is an interesting, bloody, action-packed novel that starts big and doesn’t let up. Starting at a point where most novels would end, The Maleficent Seven brings a...

REVIEW: Watchmen

Watchmen is an nine-episode adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ genre-defining graphic novel that was once viewed as being impossible to adapt for tv or film. Following on from the story finished in...

REVIEW: The Boys Season 2

The Boys Season 2 continues the Season 1 story of Billy Butcher and his crew taking on the mighty ‘Supes’ in The Seven and attempting to knock them from their perch. More violence. More...

REVIEW: The Boys Season 1

The Boys Season 1 is an eight-episode superhero series from Amazon Prime. Adapted from the dark, funny, and at times repulsive graphic novels by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, The Boys S1 manages to...