Ahead of its premiere at the London Film Festival tomorrow and UK release this coming Friday, we’ve got an exclusive clip from director Sally Potter’s acclaimed comedy drama The Party; check it out here, or over on our YouTube channel… Janet (Kristin Scott Thomas) has just been appointed to a key ministerial position in the shadow […]
Next month sees the release of Art of the Prank, a documentary charting the life media hoaxer Joey Skaggs, a fierce proponent of independent thinking and an early critic of media irresponsibility. Thanks to Kew Media, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the film, which sees Skaggs tricking the media into reporting on his Portofess […]
Flickering Myth’s Thomas Harris caught up with filmmaker Matthew Vaughn this week at the press junket for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, during which the conversation turned to Vaughn’s 2007 fantasy adventure Stardust. Vaughn discusses being influenced by The Princess Bride, the studio’s decision to market it as a Lord of the Rings-style fantasy, and its […]
Lewy Buck reviews Brawlout on Early Access… It’s been a while since I last managed to get stuck into an arena brawler and even longer since having owned one, which is strange because in all honestly I really enjoy playing them and Brawlout is no different. Published and developed by Angry Mob Games Brawlout is […]
Lewy Buck reviews Redeemer… For someone who enjoys twin-stick shooters I admittedly don’t play enough of them, from early titles such as Smash TV to the more recent Blacksea Odyssey I’ve never really had an awful experience with one but at the same time I’ve never thought one should have a place in my yearly […]
Lewy Buck reviews Kingdoms and Castles… As an avid fan of strategic city builders Kingdoms and Castles looked as if to be a sure fire hit in my books and I was delighted to hear when it smashed it’s crowdfunding goal by 725%. The two man team over at Lion Shield Studios won over the […]
Lewy Buck reviews Styx: Shards of Darkness… Back in 2014 Cyanide studios and Focus home interactive gave us Styx: Master of shadows, a game that received mixed to positive reviews but personally I felt, was incredibly underrated. Fast forward to 2017 and both developer and publisher are back with its sequel, Styx: Shards of Darkness where […]
In this Scooperhero News, Deathstroke is confirmed as a villain for Ben Affleck’s Batman’s solo movie, Mister Sinister is revealed for Wolverine 3, and 20th Century Fox are developing a James Bond-style movie about Stan Lee. Yeah. Um. We don’t know why either. Subscribe on YouTube for new episodes every Friday.
Last week, Shia LaBeouf revealed that David Ayer originally wanted him to star alongside Tom Hardy’s Rick Flagg as GQ Edwards in Suicide Squad. Once Will Smith came on board, though, Big Willie Style wanted to give his Deadshot character a bigger role. Some say that’s why Hardy dropped out. In episode 39 of the Flickering Myth […]
In this Scooperhero News, we get our first look at Shocker in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Suicide Squad beats Man of Steel at the box office, Black Panther will be “grittier” and more… Subscribe on YouTube for new episodes every Friday.