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.
  • Why Romulans should be the villains of Star Trek 4

    The release of Star Trek Beyond last year brought with it a major surprise: it was actually a really good movie. I’m a big fan of the 2009 reboot and Into Darkness is a fun action flick but even I wasn’t excited for Beyond. The marketing put me off...
  • Revisiting Assassin’s Creed 2

    First, I should say this isn’t a review but rather an informal discussion of various aspects of the game. I’ll be going wherever my thoughts take me with little structure so if you’re not familiar with the game maybe this article isn’t for you. If asked what my favourite...
  • Six actors who could play Nightwing in the upcoming movie

    The tumultuous tale of the DC Extended Universe continued this past week with a couple of big bits of news which happen to be positive for once. At the time of writing Matt Reeves is set to direct Ben Affleck’s The Batman (I should get rid of the habit...
  • How the Alien and Blade Runner films could be connected

    I fell in love with Alien the first time I saw the film when I was about 12. Its stripped back feel and tone made for a perfectly contained sci-fi horror while still hinting at an interesting wider universe full of dangerous alien races and even more dangerous earth-based...
  • Why season 5 could be Orange is the New Black’s best yet

    The following article contains spoilers for season 4 of Orange is the new black. You have been warned. I’ve been a big fan of Netflix’s Orange is the new black for a long time now having watched the first season shortly after it premiered and being one of those...
  • Why David Fincher should direct Ben Affleck’s The Batman

    After weeks of uncertainty and vague comments it’s official: Ben Affleck is no longer directing The Batman. This could turn out to be a good decision with Affleck now being able to focus more of his effort into playing Batman and finishing the script but whichever way you look...
  • Why Sharp Objects could be the next big TV hit

    As the television renaissance continues, several novels which would have one day been snatched up by film companies for adaptation are instead becoming TV miniseries or some even expanded to become a full-blown series. The decline in production of mid-budget films and talent flocking to the silver screen has...
  • ‘Alternative’ settings for future Assassin’s Creed games

    Assassin’s Creed used to be my favourite video game series with AC2 being my favourite game of all time. I really like the first game despite its shortcomings, the Ezio trilogy is fantastic and I’m a big fan of the more controversial Assassin’s Creed 3. Black Flag is fun...
  • How Star Trek Beyond sets up a unique new Star Trek series

    The following article contains spoilers for Star Trek Beyond: Star Trek celebrated its fiftieth birthday last year with the release of Star Trek Beyond which homages ‘classic Trek’ while simultaneously following its own path as well as the announcement that Star Trek will finally be returning to television with...