This month, we in Britain time travelled one hour into the future. It was heavy.
We recently got Sky+HD at the Gibson household. It’s meant I’ve been watching many more films than before because I can record shows and also in lovely HD. As a result, I’ll start doing these little roundups of what Brit Late films I’ve watched each month. Hit the jump!
The Wolfman is a 2010 remake of the 1941 original and stars Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins. Like the original, we follow Lawrence Talbot as he returns to his childhood home after the death of his brother, but encounters and is bitten by a werewolf.
(This is a review based on the writer’s opinion. You don’t have to agree with it, but at least appreciate their view) I’ve had quite a long ride with Crackdown. I picked up the game sometime last year, and I breezed through the Los Muertos missions. But as soon as I hit the Volk missions, […]
(This is a review based on the writer’s opinion. You don’t have to agree with it, but at least appreciate their view) Mirror’s Edge should really have been called Marmite’s Edge. Just like Assassin’s Creed the year before it, when Mirror’s Edge was first announced the hype for it was unbelievable. It had everything going […]
Date Of Release: January 2008 Purchased: February 2009 First off, I bought the original Burnout Paradise, not Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, although since I got the game around the time the latter was released, I’ve played through the game with all of the updates from that game, so apart from the Party Pack DLC, […]
Original Release: 1 November 2007 Watched: 27 April 2009 The Darjeeling Limited was released in November 2007 and co-written and directed by Wes Anderson. The film tells the story of three estranged brothers Francis, Peter and Jack Whitman (played by Owen Wilson, Adrian Brody and Jason Schwartzman) who go on a spiritual journey through India […]
Day of release: December 24th 2008 Watched: March 14th 2009 After seeing the abomination that was Resident Evil: Extinction, I was pretty much put off any future movies based off the Resident Evil series. However when I first learnt of Resident Evil: Degeneration, it grabbed my attention because it was actually based within the game’s […]
Original release date: 23rd October 1998 Lateness: 10 years (Wow, was not expecting it to be this old) Orgazmo comes from the brains of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, co-creators of South Park. It’s a movie filled with crass humour, sexual innuendo, blasphemy and by no means is it a thinking man’s film, it is […]
Release Date: 16 November 2006 (UK) Lateness: Almost 2 years With the new bond movie just around the corner I decided to gather some friends and sit down for the first in the reboot of the franchise. This may have been a mistake, after talking to a few mates and seeing if they would want […]