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That Dragon, Cancer is an extremely personal and, at times, deeply moving videogame. I really do applaud the bravery of the Green family, who have chosen to share such an intimate and tragic part of their lives. They, and the rest of the Numinous Games team, have created a game with such overwhelming emotional moments that forces even the biggest of cynics to feel something at their very core. This, quite frankly, is an incredible achievement for any piece of art.
The Imposter is one of the most recommended documentaries on the Internet, but are the layers of deception true to the genre?
Channel 4’s slyly released black comedy ‘Flowers’ hits more than just the comedic points. (No Spoilers)
What could have been a comedic spin on an authentic and real situation, Dope is instead one long cringe-fest. Find out more by reading the full review!
A quick early look at Burly Men At Sea, by Brain&Brain
The Best Picture nomination with the least amount of hype – how will it fare in tonight’s awards? And now that I’ve seen all the Best Picture nominees, how would I rank them?
With the Oscars right around the corner I take a look at The Martian and Brooklyn to see what their chances might be.
Two months in, could Deadpool already be the most over-hyped movie of 2016?