Darkmatters

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Film reviews, game reviews. random news and reaction, fiction from the world of the novel 'Darkmatters'... What's not to love?



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Paddington 2 (PG)Dir. Paul KingReviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20)“Aunt Lucy says to look for the goodness in everyone you meet…”Michael Bond's furry fun loving, marmalade endorsing, orphaned little bear is back. Since his first excellent big-s...

Murder on the Orient Express (12a)Dir. Kenneth BranaghReviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20)Read the newspaper version of this review at: The Observer “I see evil on this train...”Foul deeds are afoot on the most famous train in the world (other tha...

Thor: Ragnarok (12a)Dir. Taika WaititiReviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20) “Last time we saw you, you were trying to kill everyone. What are you up to these days?”It can be tough being a super hero, God of Thunder. One day you’re saving earth fr...

Happy Death Day (15)Dir. Christopher Beau LandonReviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20)“I know this isn’t going to make any sense. I feel like I’m losing my mind. I’ve already lived through this day…”Here for Halloween comes a fun new time-lo...

The Ritual (15)Dir. David BrucknerReviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20) “It wasn’t your fault, mate…”This is the unhappy tale of what happens following the untimely death of a nice guy called Rob (Paul Reid) whose pal, Luke (Rafe Spall), hid ra...

Blade Runner 2049 (15)Dir. Denis VilleneuveReviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20)Read the less Voight-Kampff test version of this review which is published in the newspapers: HERE“I was told you’re special. Your story isn’t over yet. There is stil...

Flatliners (15)Dir. Niels Arden OplevReviewed by Matt Adcock (@Cleric20)Read the newspaper version of this review: The Observer“You Haven't Lived Until You've Died…”What happens when a bunch of medical students get obsessed by what lies beyond...