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REVIEW: Renfield

Renfield (2023) is an action horror comedy starring Nicholas Cage, Nicholas Hoult, and Awkwafina. Bluntly, whether you enjoy this movie will probably be decided purely on whether the prospect of Nicholas Cage as Dracula...

REVIEW: The Witcher S3

Henry Cavill’s time as Geralt of Rivia comes to a close in a 2-part third season of The Witcher. Loosely adapting Andrzej Sapkowski’s popular fantasy books, The Witcher S3 finds a cast comfortable in...

REVIEW: Underwater

Underwater is a 2020 American horror movie starring Kristen Stewart, Jessica Henwick, TJ Miller, and a few other notable stars. It is a disaster movie as much as anything else, starting off with a...

REVIEW: Mandy

Mandy (2018) is an interesting experiment in movie film-making. It’s a fairly typical revenge plot movie where a man has his wife murdered and he proceeds to hunt down and kill everyone involved. It’s...

REVIEW: Flames of Mira by Clay Harmon

Flames of Mira is an exciting epic fantasy novel with a unique setting and interesting characters written by Clay Harmon. Set in a subterranean volcanic world beneath a frozen wasteland, we follow Ig, a...

REVIEW: Beyond a Steel Sky

Beyond a Steel Sky is the follow-up to the classic cyberpunk point and click adventure game Beneath a Steel Sky. I really enjoyed that game and it’s rusted Australian vision of the future as...

REVIEW: Cowboy Bebop: Supernova Swing

Cowboy Bebop is widely regarded as one of the most influential anime series of all time, a classic with an almost universal reputation for quality that is beloved by a staggeringly large audience, which...

REVIEW: The Lawless Land by Boyd and Beth Morrison

The Lawless Land by Beth and Boyd Morrison is a historical fiction that will have medieval action fans on the edge of their seats. Set in a post-ish Black Death England and France, The...

MOVIE REVIEW: Mortal Kombat (2021)

MORTAL KOMBATTTTTTTT! *techno music plays* I am an absurdly huge fan of the Mortal Kombat universe, up to and including doing a book-long parody of the franchise in my Tournament of Supervillainy novel. I...

Exclusive cover reveal for Blindspace by Jeremy Szal

After exploding onto the science fiction scene with his barnstorming adrenaline-fest, alien drug-fuelled debut, Stormblood, Jeremy Szal is back with Blindspace, book two in The Common. Blindspace isn’t scheduled for release by Gollancz until October...