I want: Batman Arkham Knight

Who is the man behind the mask that hunts the Bat? Who would potentially have the skill to drop the dark knight on his back and put a gun to his head? Who is the Arkham Knight? If we assume that Rocksteady Studios has some common sense and don’t just reveal the new enemy to be the dead Joker, we could be in for an amazing finale to the Arkham trilogy. The rumour mill has been spitting out all sorts of theories ranging from Jason Tod (Red Robin/ Red hood) to rampaging mirrors on steroids. The introduction of a new mystery character in the final chapter of the Arkham series may have been the best way to build hype yet. […]

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Welcome to Purgatory

A few days ago we spoke to Gene Fallaize. Today we speak to him about his newest, and probably biggest, film to date –Welcome to Purgatory. Let’s start with the basics. What is “Welcome to Purgatory” about? Welcome To Purgatory follows three people who, after a terrible train crash, find themselves in Purgatory to make the journey to their final destinations; Heaven or Hell. But when they arrive they discover that Hell has broken free of its bounds and has attacked Heaven, and the entire afterlife is at war. The three new arrivals, with the help of a helpful Guardian and a warriors, must find a way to try and restore balance to the afterlife, or face spending an eternity […]

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The Mothertown

Once again we speak to John Williams. Let’s start with the basics. What is “The Mothertown” about? It follows the lives of various groups of people from all backgrounds during the event of a zombie outbreak. It all happens in the space of 1 day in the city of stoke on trent. Where did you get the inspiration for it? The zombie inspiration is easy, Dawn of the dead, day of the dead, The Walking dead etc. etc., but the story itself is from my own warped mind. How long did the story take to produce? I started to write it when I was in hospital after my operation and finished it back at home, it took around 2 weeks […]

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Star wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens

A long time ago. In a galaxy far, far away…. The tale of a farm boy who is swept away by events that are out of his control that eventually lead him to meet various characters, travel to exotic locales, ultimately save the galaxy and learn of his true origins inspires generations of ordinary citizens. Many years pass and the villain of that story is given a backstory. This disappoints legions of believers in the original tales and their faith in The Force is tested. But when a wealthy mouse finds a way to resurrect and attempt to continue the story from where it had ended off, hope was once more restored. Although, much scepticism remains…… [youtube id=”OMOVFvcNfvE ” width=”600″ […]

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Five Shorts You Must Watch

 

 Short films and series make the world go round… or something like that. I adore short films -their matchless characters, their unique styles, their peculiar nuances, there is nothing like an experimental short. Today we look at a few of the my favourite shorts. The life and death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger: This short film is a fantastically produced piece of cinema. Revolving around a couple who no longer care about anything and try to escape from life, death and the daily struggle against invading dinosaurs. Sausage: An animated short that revolves around food. (What’s not to like about that?) This uniquely French flavoured short revolves around a pair of street vendors during their struggle to outmatch their […]

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Holocaust Cannibal

Once again we speak to American B-Movie master, Bill Zebub. Let’s start with the basics. What is your latest project about, Holocaust Cannibal? It is “Holocaust Cannibal” and it is about a handful of Nazis who feel Germany in hope of living in hiding in Argentina. Lightning hits the plane and they crash onto an island of savages. Now it’s THEIR turn to experience atrocities. Where did you get the inspiration for it? My mind always makes associations where none exist, and in one of meandering daydreams i thought it would be funny to combine Nazisploitation with the cannibal genre, but the path that led to that was me thinking about how there may be different cultures and races, but […]

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Bloodborne – Prepare your Souls for death again

 

 Stop me if you’ve heard this before; you creep down a long dark passage, then you die. Some undead, moth eaten thing jumps out, then you die. You take a corner and you die. You breathe, you die. If Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls or Dark Souls 2 comes to mind, you are partially right. What I described was the next title From Software has been developing for all you masochists out there, titled Bloodborne. Don’t let the lack of the word “Soul” fool you into thinking this game isn’t another entry to the series, it looks, sounds and even smells like the other three entries, yes it reeks of the one million and two rotting corpses the in-game creatures have […]

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BAD (Battle Arena Drones)

Today we speak to Travis Bulford about Celestial Games upcoming masterpiece, BAD (Battle Arena Drones). What inspired you to make BAD (Battle Arena Drones)? We have been toying with the game concept for years. We always loved Decent II getting far more enjoyment out of the freedom a 6axis game gives you. So one night I was tiered of all the other things I was working on so I started a prototype. How long did BAD (Battle Arena Drones) take to create? The initial build was really quick but that’s been all but thrown out for new code and assets. We have spend about 3 months working on the new version. Its far more solid and much neater and has […]

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Overwatch

 

 “We’ve heard from our female employees, and even my daughter calls me out. We were looking at old Warcraft stuff on YouTube, a cinematic, and my daughter is like, ‘Why are they all in swimsuits?’ And I’m like ‘Ugh, I don’t know, honey. I think we’re clearly in an age where gaming is for everybody, we build games for everybody. We want everyone to come and play. Increasingly, people want to feel represented, from all walks of life, boys and girls, everybody. We feel indebted to do our best to honour that.” – Metzen. This weekend Blizzard Entertainment, at it’s annual BlizzCon, blew everyone’s minds when they announced their next game production would not be part of any of it’s […]

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.5:The Gray Chapter Prieview

 

 .5:The Gray Chapter is the 5th Studio album by US band SlipKnoT. Released worldwide on 21 October 2014 this is their first album release in six years, and the first not to feature deceased bassist Paul Gray (whom the album title is an ode to) or  drummer Joey Jordison, who parted ways with the band in 2013. The album contains a balance of the melodic style of newer albums, but also incorporates the harder more brutal style of the Iowa era. The pain the band suffered from the loss of Paul is evident in the sombre tone of the album, as well as Corey Taylor’s emotional lyrics. The emotional track Goodbye and the frustrated Skeptic are both clear tributes to […]

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