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.
  • My Thoughts on the IMAX Prologue of Christoper Nolan’s Tenet

    This past weekend, my family and I continued a wintery Star Wars tradition and travelled to London to see Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in IMAX at the wonderful Empire Cinema in Leicester Square. There we were treated to a sneak peak of Christopher Nolan’s latest film –...
  • Ranking the Gears of War Games

    12 months ago, I’d never played a Gears of War game, but now I’m in love with the series. On the surface it’s a franchise of preposterously-proportioned soldiers and constant brutal violence, and yeah, that is Gears of War. But it’s also more than that. It’s an epic narrative,...
  • My Thoughts on the No Time To Die Trailer

    A little over four years after Spectre was released in cinemas, the trailer for Daniel Craig’s fifth and final James Bond film – No Time to Die – has been released. It’s not been the smoothest of productions for the now 25-film franchise, with Craig’s presence initially uncertain and...
  • No Stealth Please, We’re Jedi: The Missing Mechanic of Jedi: Fallen Order

    Electronic Arts may have acquired the coveted Star Wars licensing deal back in 2013 but it’s only now that we’re reaping the rewards. Two disappointing Battlefront games and a scrapped project from Visceral later, Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been released and has proven to be a...
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare: Confessions of a Shoot House 24/7 Addict

    2019’s Call of Duty Modern Warfare had been promised to be both a return to the boots-on-the-ground, classic style of the older games in the series and a much-needed evolution for the franchise. For the most part, I feel the game has succeeded at that tough task, in both...
  • Trying to Make Sense of Tarantino’s Star Trek

    We’re at a fascinating place in the history of Star Trek. Discovery has marked the beginning of this new era for the franchise and beginning next year, for better or worse, a deluge of new content is heading our way. This upcoming content follows no clear thread but rather...
  • Doctor Sleep: A Winning Combination of King and Kubrick

    How do you make a sequel to The Shining? Your first thought is probably “don’t”, but this is Hollywoodland and such things have to come to pass. The answer: make a completely different kind of movie. A sequel that’s equal parts connected to the original masterpiece of horror and...
  • How Modern Warfare Brilliantly Reinvents the Call of Duty Campaign

    Spoilers for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign incoming.  Call of Duty is back in a big way. Over the past few years, the law of diminishing returns has been in full force and the games have gotten so steadily worse that I didn’t even bother playing the...
  • My Thoughts on the Final Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Trailer

    This December, the Star Wars sequel trilogy will come to an end and just last week we received our final look at this ‘final’ film in the ‘Skywalker Saga’. There may be some schisms in the fandom and the Star Wars brand may be growing ever more diluted, but...