Detroit: Become Human

Every once in a while a game comes along that instantly knocks your socks off with its style, characters, design and plot. And this! THIS! This is such a game! This is Detroit: Become Human the most recent arrival from the amazing French studio Quantic Dream. This gorgeously made PS4 game revolves around Kara, a highly advanced android who escapes the confines of the factory assembly plant and makes her way into Detroit, USA, where she begins to explore her mind, body and, if you like, soul in a world where humans are otherwise and androids and simplistic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLmxQj_w6V8  

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Star Wars: The Hype Awakens

The room falls silent as dozens of fans wait with batted breath for the trailer of trailers to begin. Dripping with nervous and excited sweat the fans cling to the edge of their seats as the two minute SFX smorgasbord plays out before their tearing eyes. This is what the world experienced a few weeks ago. This is what the world wanted to see. This is what has united and excited the masses. This is something I’ve enjoyed, but! I cannot help but ask the question: Is it all hype? Now before you all declare war on me and unleash the unbridled power of ‘The Force’ on 925 Rebellion, let me flesh out my question; which breaks down to this: […]

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Fallout 4: Yes, No, Maybe?

There is something romantic in wandering the radioactive wastes alone and heavily armed. I cannot place my finger on the exact reason it gets my heart pumping. Perhaps it’s to do with the smell of the dust? The Gamma flavoured air? The joy of eating 200 year old canned food? Or perhaps it’s do to with slaughtering your foes, smashing their skulls in, looting their corpses and flogging their junk? Perhaps it’s all of these fantastic elements combined. Who knows? Regardless, the time has come to once again don the habiliments of the waste, raise your Plasma Rifle and charge into the fray! The time has come for FALLOUT 4. Now over the past few months. Nay, years. Over the […]

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News: Friday the 13th: The Game

“Look, you don’t understand. There is a maniac trying to kill us.” — Rennie Wickham (Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. 1989) In case your internet access has been temporarily revoked and the excited squeal of our Shadowy editor hasn’t reached your ears we believe you should know that a wonderfully gruesome title with many nostalgic ties has been officially announced. As the article title suggests we are talking about Friday the 13th. Not that long ago the folks at Gun Media, a small video-game programming company, revealed an asymmetrical-multiplayer horror game called “Summer Camp”, which seemed to be a promising entry into the slasher franchise. The announcement came via IGN February earlier this year. Shortly after the […]

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Handjob Cabin

 

 Welcome to Halloween. Please, sit back and relax as I tell you a tale, a tale of a young ghostly female that strokes young males to bursting point which then kills them. Sound like the kind of story you’d like to hear? Good, because I chatted the deliciously distorted mind behind this epic concept, Bennet Silverman. What can you tell us about the plot for Handjob Cabin? I can tell you that at it’s very core it’s the story of 4 friends whose cabin vacation turns deadly when they find a sexually frustrated ghost. But there’s so much more depth than that. It’s the Marianas Trench of plot lines. So what inspired you to create the Handjob Cabin? There’s no terrible […]

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Gamera – reboot that will crush the big screen

Gamera returns on its 50th anniversary. Yes, the giant fire-breathing turtle is back and it will take big guns to make turtle soup of him! Gamera debuted in 1965 in Daiei’s movie Daikaij? Gamera (Gamera the Giant Monster). The last time we saw him was in the shameful 2006 movie Chiisaki Y?sha-tachi Gamera (Gamera the Brave). But now everyone’s favourite turtle monster is back to show just how devastating he can be. The movie’s produced Shigenori Takatera, who also helped to produce movies like KAMEN RIDER KUUGA (2000) and DAIMAJIN KANNON (2010). The director, Katsuhito Ishii. collaborated with Production I.G on the animation sequence for Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Volume 1. With these legends working on the Gamera reboot we […]

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Triborn – Interview with Adam Sonnet

Sometimes dreams can come true; and for we lucky few a dream has come true. After decades of waiting Carrie Henn (Newt from Aliens) is finally returning to wonderful world of movies in the fantastic Sci-Fi film, Triborn. To top it off I recently sat down and chatted to the man behind this Sci-Fi feast, Adam Sonnet. Would you care to introduce yourself and give us a little of your film background? My name is Adam Sonnet and I’m the writer, a producer, and director for TRIBORN. I first want to thank John Crofts for reaching out to us to cover this story. For those that don’t know me or Sonnet Realm Films (SRF), we are inspired to produce fantasy […]

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Ten Anime to enjoy: Japan’s Fall Season, Part 2

Today we take a look at the some of the anime Series and Movies that is being released as part of the Fall Season releases. We chose 8 series and 2 movies we think will be awesome for the Fall Anime Season. Series: Utawarerumono: Itsuwari no Kamen Release Date: October 04, 2015 Based On: Visual novel Our Hero finds himself standing in the middle of a vast, snowy plain he doesn’t recognize. He suffers from amnesia, doesn’t even know himself. He’s suddenly attacked by an insect-like creature and is saved by a beautiful animal-eared girl with a tail named Kuon. She names him Haku, and a friendship is born. [youtube id=”eI46EtBnUF0″ width=”600″ height=”350″] World Trigger: Isekai Kara no Toubousha Release […]

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Ten Anime to enjoy: Japan’s Fall Season, Part 1

Today we take a look at the some of the anime Series and Movies that is being released as part of the Fall Season releases. We chose 8 series and 2 movies we think will be awesome for the Fall Anime Season. Series: Kowabon Release Date: October 04, 2015 Based on: N/A Kowabon is a horror anime that uses rotoscoping animation, which means animators trace live-action footage frame-by-frame to recreate it as anime. On the website to the anime its tagline is: ‘there are cameras everywhere in the world. These ‘eyes’ have seen the world you do not know’. Judging from the promo video and its creepy music, this one will have us on the edge of our seats. [youtube […]

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The 5 Anne Rice books to introduce you to her talent

Today we are celebrating the birthday of an intriguing writer that is loved and adored by everyone who reads her literature. If you have not yet had a chance to read her work but you are looking for a great place to start, let these 5 books be your guide. Interview with the Vampire Part of The Vampire Chronicles, this book is possibly best known for the movie adaptation starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. Sticking to what horror fan truly expect vampires to be, this fantastic novel is arguably what helped to cement Anne’s fame and status as a writer. Horror, seduction and a great story line come together to tell the story of vampire confessing all the things […]

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