How Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire Saved Poke-Mania

Rob Leane Jun 21, 2019 Coming at a time when Poké-Mania appeared to be ending, Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire faced an uphill struggle This article comes from Den of Geek UK.  Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon ...

Film Review: Steel Angie (2019) by Toshinari Yonishi

Having watched his previous film, “Sapphire”, I had high hopes for “Steel Angie”, since the director showed a knack for the extreme action with female protagonist category. Let us see if my ...

First Impressions – Tick Tock: A Tale for Two

Red Stewart gives his first impressions on Tick Tock: A Tale for Two… One of the saddest gaming trends to see die over the years are “standing co-op” games. This might sound like a strange genre, but ...

Trailer for New Japanese Action Film “Steel Angie”

Director Toshinari Yonishi (“Sapphire“) has completed production on his most recent production “Steel Angie”. The film stars Angelina Varlakova as the titular character, along with Vlad Volkhin, Ken ...

POKÉMON for the Casual Gamer - How New and Returning Players Can Reconnect with the Franchise

Pokémon (Pocket Monsters) was released in 1996 on the Nintendo Game Boy as Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green, or Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue outside of Japan. Pokémon Green would eventually be released ...

10 Gen III Pokémon No One Should Catch (And 11 That Are Totally Underrated)

Introduced first in Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire and reintroduced recently in the latest Pokémon Go update, the third generation of Pokémon proved to be a memorable bunch. With its second sequel, Nintendo ...

‘The Crown’ & ‘Peaky Blinders’ Fight It Out In Rose D’Or Awards As Joanna Lumley Scores Lifetime Achievement Award

‘The Crown’ & ‘Peaky Blinders’ Fight It Out In Rose D’Or Awards As Joanna Lumley Scores Lifetime Achievement Award It’s a big day for awards nominations… but before we get to the Emmy noms, The Crown, Peaky Blinders and The Handmaid’s Tale are going head-to-head against German series Babylon Berlin in the Rose ...

Win Pool of London on Blu-ray

To celebrate a brand new restoration of the 1951 Ealing classic Pool Of London on Blu-Ray, DVD & Est, Studiocanal are supplying 3 copies of the Blu-Ray to give away to some lucky winners. Directed by ...

A Destitute Waif

Visage... Voice... Vitaphone... In Dimitri Kirsanoff's Menilmontant a destitute waif, betrayed and abandoned by the man who seduced her, sits on a park bench with her newborn infant. Beside her is ...

Greatest Slasher Films (1970 – 1990)

The definition of a slasher film varies depending on who you ask, but in general, it contains several specific traits that feed into the genre’s formula. Author Vera Dika rather strictly defines the ...

Stop or we'll shoot: British cinema's portrayal of the police

UK films in the 1950s and 60s led the way in suggesting the boys in blue are less than trustworthy In these troubled times, when the phone-hacking scandal has heaped ignominy on the police, it is ...

Paul Massie obituary

Actor turned teacher, he quit the screen at the height of his fame There are some actors who, having disappeared from the public gaze early in their careers, always prompt the question, "Whatever ...

Cineaste, DVDs, More

Tuesday, DVD roundup day, is a fine day for taking a look at the new Summer 2011 issue of Cineaste, particularly since, among the online samplings this time around, DVD reviews outnumber all other ...

DVD Giveaway - The Halfway House

June 20th sees the release of the Ealing Studios ghost story The Halfway House on DVD, and to celebrate Flickering Myth have three copies to give away to our readers courtesy of Optimum Releasing. ...

Flashback To 1962 – Basil Dearden’s “All Night Long” (“Othello” With A Jazz Twist)

I just finished watching this jazz-infused 1962 psychodrama from British filmmaker Basil Dearden, titled All Night Long; it’s basically a retelling of Shakespeare’s Othello, set in a 1960s London jazz ...

A Journey Through the Eclipse Series: Basil Dearden’s Sapphire

Last week this column featured a review from the most recent Eclipse Series release, Silent Naruse. Sharp-eyed, or perhaps somewhat obsessive-compulsive, readers may have taken note that I had not yet ...

Dearden, Brooks, Gance, Harrington, Sabu, More

"The title of Basil Dearden's London Underground, a four-dvd Eclipse Series box set from Criterion Collection covering the late 50s and early 60s work of the British director, is a bit deceptive," ...

This Week On DVD and Blu-ray: January 25, 2011

DVD Links: DVD News | Release Dates | New Dvds | Reviews | RSS Feed Broadcast News (Criterion Collection) This arrived on Monday afternoon so I've only had the chance to remove the cellophane. ...

"Dogtooth," "Enter the Void" and a Week of DVDs on the Edge

"Dogtooth" (2009) Directed by Giorgos Lanthimos Released by Kino "Enter the Void" (2010) Directed by Gaspar Noé Released by Mpi Home Video Somehow it's fitting that two of last year's most ...

DVD Playhouse--January 2011

DVD Playhouse: January 2011 By Allen Gardner Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (20th Century Fox) Sequel to the seminal 1980s film catches up with a weathered, but still determined Gordon Gekko ...

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