Ronda Rousey is one of WWE’s all time biggest signings. The single most recognisable female athlete today made her name by storming through the MMA world and being one of UFC’s hottest attractions. For a while she was undefeated in UFC and became known as the baddest woman on the planet. However, after some losses, […]Read More How Will Ronda Rousey Fare in WWE post Wrestlemania 34?
It’s a Good Time The 3D platformer was seen as a dead genre over the past decade, with linearity taking centre stage and platformers either sticking to nostalgic 2D or confined hallway based 3D worlds with little exploration available. However, the retro revival craze has seemed to have moved past the pixelated era and into […]Read More A Hat in Time Review
With over one million subscribers on Youtube, Ninja Sex Party are far from unknown but there’s still a good chance you haven’t heard of or been exposed to them. Their synth-pop sound does have a distinct vibe to it, though given they are primarily a comedy band in a similar vein to Steel Panther, the […]Read More Ninja Sex Party: Under the Covers Volume 2 Review
Well Packaged and Well Recieved As a director, Marc Webb shines with down to Earth simple stories, about connectable people in relatable or diverse situations. In his 2009 classic ‘(500) Days of Summer’ he showed this with the challenges and set backs of a seemingly cheesy but ultimately adult and complex relationship. He showed glimpses […]Read More Gifted Review
Dead Franchises Still Tell Tales The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is no stranger to rough waters. Though its first instalment, Curse of the Black Pearl, is highly acclaimed, subsequent films have suffered critically due to their length and needlessly complex, drawn-out plotlines. The franchise has remained successful through this with audiences but its actual […]Read More Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge Review
Denis Villeneuve has slowly been cementing himself as one of the great upcoming directors of this generation. Breaking onto the scene in the past few years with intense yet imperceptibly paced thrillers like Prisoners, to apathetic psychological dramas like Enemy, the French-Canadian director has already proven his skill with a relatively small filmography. His slow-paced […]Read More Arrival Review
The Road to Wrestlemania is almost over as the destination of destiny is this Sunday, April 2nd. That’s right you mainstream casuals… Source: Wrestlemania 33 PreviewRead More Wrestlemania 33 Preview