Isolation plays tricks with the mind in this adaption of Shirley Jackson’s We Have Always Lived in the Castle
We Have Always Lived in the Castle is the upcoming mystery drama that's based on the novel of the same name by Shirley Jackson. Merricat, Constance and their Uncle Julian live in isolation after experiencing a family tragedy six years earlier. When cousin Charles arrives to steal the family fortune, he also threatens a dark secret they've been hiding.
Hot Toys Hellboy is worth selling your soul for
While Hot Toys does still have a few DC projects in the works, it’s the Movie Masterpiece line that has held my interest as of late. Their recent Neo from The Matrix was amazing, having a mini Johnny Depp in Jack Sparrow gear was piratastic and if I had more cash I’d probably buy all the Star Wars figures. Their next figure though? A fantastic replica of a great character from a terrible movie.
“Buckle up, fat boy!” Watch the action-packed new trailer for Hobbs & Shaw
Dwayne Johnson's Luke Hobbs and Jason Statham's Deckard Shaw don't have to work together in the upcoming Fast & Furious spinoff, they also need to call on their families for help to take down Idris Elba's genetically modifed baddies in the latest trailer for Hobbs & Shaw!
Yeah Baby! Mike Myers is getting his own show on Netflix
The comedic legend from the '90s and early '00s is hoping to get his mojo back in a new Netflix series.
New rumours and leaks suggest that a Suicide Squad game may be in development at Rocksteady Studios
Suicide Squad video game rumours! Get them while they're hot!
Test your might with the launch trailer for Mortal Kombat 11
Every realm there ever was, every timeline that ever existed, hanging by a thread in a plot to rewrite reality itself. Who says fighting games can’t have awesome plots? For the last decade, Mortal Kombat has been proving that thought entirely wrong, rising to meet a narrative challenge and then decapitating it with one almight …
Facebook confirms they are working on their own AI assistant
Facebook wants an AI assistant of their own, though they see it playing more of a role in their hardware products than as a pure software assistant.
Castlevania Anniversary Collection includes Kid Dracula in its first-ever Western release
This year is Konami’s 50th anniversary, and to celebrate they’re bringing a few collections of old Konami games to consoles. There’s the already available Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection, a Contra Anniversary Collection and also a Castlevania Anniversary Collection.
Future Man on Showmax may just be the funniest time travel series ever made
Remember when your parents told you that playing video games all day wasn’t a real job? Oh how the tables have turned. With the youth culture of today preferring to get their entertainment from a wide range of professional streamers who broadcast their digital antics on various media platforms, you can find success as a …
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD Review – How a fantastic trilogy offered me a new perspective on the world and game design
Bringing the original Ace Attorney Trilogy to current generation, Capcom offers fans a great trip down memory lane and new comers to feel the sweet satisfaction of Phoenix Wright for the first time.
Netflix to start releasing viewership data soon
Netflix has been rather secretive in the past on exactly how successful there different shows and movies are. That is about to change as the company intends to start making this information more public.
The five best X-Men video games
While their popularity may have waxed and waned over the last couple of years, the X-Men franchise has still been responsible for some truly terrific games over the years. And some amazingly awful ones as well. We’re looking at you, X-Men Destiny. With X-Men: Dark Phoenix around the corner and an era of the franchise being the exclusive property of 20th Century Fox coming to an end, we’re taking a quick look at some of the more fantastic games to feature Homo Superior flexing their amazing powers.
Movies out this Easter Weekend
Just in time for Easter, there’s a host of family films hitting cinemas this weekend, alongside one decidedly not-family-friendly horror film about, funnily enough, resurrection.
DC Universe unveils first look at Swamp Thing amid major production troubles
Following on from Titans and Doom Patrol, DC Universe' next offering will be Swamp Thing. However the elemental superhero show is already in trouble as production was halted while filming.
Netflix’s The Witcher adaptation to hit in late 2019
In an investor call yesterday, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos confirmed that the streaming service’s highly-anticipated adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher novels would be coming earlier than expected.
Pablo Schreiber cast as Master Chief in live-action Halo series
After languishing in development hell for years, the Steven Spielberg-produced live-action Halo TV series is moving ahead swiftly as it's found its Master Chief in Pablo Schreiber.
Ubisoft donates €500,000 to Notre-Dame restoration, offers up Assassin’s Creed Unity for free
“In light of Monday's events, we will be donating €500,000 to help with the restoration and reconstruction of the Cathedral. We encourage all of you who are interested to donate as well," says Ubisoft.
These super-heroes deserve a spanking in this NSFW new trailer for The Boys
Prepare for the very worst super hero behaviour in this new uncensored trailer for Amazon's upcoming series The Boys.
Mortal Kombat 11 – Shao Kahn brings the hammer down in new gameplay trailer
While the full Mortal Kombat 11 roster has pretty much been leaked already, there are still a few faces that players are hungry to see more of. One such face happens to be wearing a freakin’ skull for a mask, carries a big hammer and has nipples so powerful that the leather straps on his torso can barely contain the anarchic areolas within. Say hello, to Shao Kahn.
Samsung’s $2000 Galaxy Fold isn’t out yet and there are already numerous reports of it breaking
Samsung's Galaxy Fold is so popular that it’s sold out on Samsung’s site, and they’re unable to meet demand before its April 26 launch. It’s not yet available to the general public, but it is in the hands of a number of reviewers, media types and influencers. And it seems a lot of the $2000 handsets are breaking.