Kyle Barratt

The world is full of mysterious creatures whose existence spark constant debate. Scotland have the Loch Ness monster, North America have big foot and the Himalayas have the Yeti but none can hold a candle to England's mythical beast. The Kyle Barratt has eluded scientists for decades, many doubt he even exists and is really a man from Ealing named Carl. Yet time and time again proof arrives in the form of completed and well written articles.
  • Star Trek: Picard End-of-Season Review

    Red alert! Shields up! Spoilers inbound! Last week, Star Trek: Picard came to strange and surprising end as Jean-Luc and his motley crew saved the galaxy and, much more interestingly, exorcised their own personal demons. At least, I think that’s what was happening. It’s been a bizarre season of...
  • Ranking Every Star Wars Opening Shot

    Everyone knows the now iconic opening to the Star Wars movies, with John Williams’ incredible score accompanying three paragraphs of crawling text designed to set up the following couple of hours of space-set action and adventure. Watching the films constantly since a young age, these crawls are seared into...
  • Should The Outsider Get a Second Season?

    HBO’s The Outsider, based on Stephen King’s novel, concluded its 10-episode run last week in an unexpected fashion. With it being adapted from a single novel and the final episode adapting the closing chapters of the book, it seemed safe to say that The Outsider was a miniseries, a...
  • Why the Umbara Arc is the Peak of Star Wars: The Clone Wars

    With the glorious and unexpected return of Star Wars: The Clone Wars for a seventh and final season, over the past few months I’ve been rewatching the excellent animated series that fleshed out and radically improved the prequel era of storytelling. It’s taken me back to when I first...
  • The Potential of Star Wars: The High Republic

    With ‘The Skywalker Saga’ concluded (for the third time), the future of Star Wars on the big screen is a mystery. After a short break, the galaxy far, far away is set to return to the big screen with some unknown tale in December of 2022 but the films...
  • Star Trek: Picard Midseason Review

    Time, the fire in which we burn, has flown by and we’re now halfway through the first season of Star Trek: Picard. The series offers our first glimpse at Jean-Luc – or JL – since the TNG movies came to an underwhelming end with Star Trek: Nemesis 18 years...
  • The MCU has a Nick Fury Problem

    Nick Fury used to be a man with a purpose. Starting way back with his first brief appearance over a decade ago at the end of Iron Man, Fury’s goal was to bring superheroes together to form the Avengers. 4 years later he succeeded and, well, he’s not done...
  • Struggling with The Witcher’s First Season

    I like liking things. Unlike many on the Internet I get no pleasure from complaining about movies, TV shows or video games I dislike, but rather I choose to celebrate what I do enjoy. This mindset has made watching the first season of The Witcher – Netflix’s fantasy adaptation...
  • Will The Mandalorian Answer The Force Awakens’ Biggest Unanswered Mystery?

    Be warned, the following article contains spoilers for The Mandalorian. Although, if you haven’t watched it at this point, what are doing? Yeah, it may not be available in the strictest legal sense in most places around the world but come on. There are alternative ways to watch the...