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Mortal Kombat Review

MORTAL KOMBAT begins in 17th Century Japan, when a team of assassins led by Bi-Han (Joe Taslim), attack the village of warrior Hanzo Hasashi (Hiroyuki Sanada) and members of his ninja clan. Hanzo is killed by Bi-Han and then Hanzo’s spirit is taken to the Netherrealm, a place which is sometimes known as Hell. In the present day, our world, Earthrealm, is in grave danger of being invaded by a...

Guns Akimbo Review

GUNS AKIMBO launches into the action from its very first frame. Our narrator is Miles (Daniel Radcliffe) a put-upon video game developer who hates his job; he is under the thumb working on a money-spinning hypercasual game that he has no respect for. His boss bullies him. His long-term girlfriend Nova (Natasha Liu Bordizzo) has left him (probably). When he’s home alone in his flat, he gets hammere...

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw Review

Fast and the Furious is on screens once again with the ninth film in this franchise which began all the way back in 2001. This latest film is the first offshoot installment from the main franchise, with David Leitch directing, and series regular screenwriter Chris Morgan returning. Leitch is coming off previous successes Atomic Blonde, and Deadpool 2 with this film that reunites F&F supporting...