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.
  • Planets I Want to See in The Mandalorian

    Ahsoka. Sabine. Rex. Boba Fett. Cobb Vanth. All across the Internet I see people speculating on which legacy characters from the Star Wars galaxy could appear in The Mandalorian, but what about locations? This is the question that I’ve been focusing on considering I’ve been obsessed with the worlds...
  • Revisiting The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

    For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been revisiting Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy for the first time in years and, so far, it’s been a pleasant surprise. I remembered the films as having good moments but ultimately as failures of the Middle Earth franchise. But upon rewatching both...
  • Revisiting The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    For huge billion-dollar movies that serve as prequels to one of the most beloved and successful film trilogies of all time, The Hobbit films feel somewhat forgotten. I myself have left the films collecting dust on my shelf since they were first released, but this past housebound spring I...
  • Revisiting The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

    During this past housebound spring – brought to you by the Coronavirus – I sat for endless hours deciding which films to watch in order to idle away the hours. To pass as much time as possible, my eyes drifted to the longest movies in my collection: my 15-disc...
  • Watchmen’s Missing Episode: What the Series Left Unexplored

    “Nothing ever ends”. Last year, HBO proved Dr Manhattan right with their risky sequel series to the acclaimed graphic novel Watchmen. Thankfully, it paid off. Watchmen managed to revere the source material while creating something fresh and imaginative unto itself, bringing the comic’s deep exploration of superheroes and politics...
  • Why ‘The Disappeared’ is the Hidden Gem of Star Wars: The Clone Wars

    “Wisdom is born in fools as well as wise men”. It was a joy to watch Star Wars: The Clone Wars finally receive the conclusion it deserved with the long-awaited seventh and final season airing on Disney+ earlier this year. But it wasn’t the first time we thought we...
  • My Hopes For Star Trek: Discovery Season 3

    After spawning a new era of the franchise, and countless announcements of new series in the works, it’s easy to forget about Star Trek: Discovery. Now that Picard is over and Lower Decks has begun to air, the enjoyable but frustratingly subpar Discovery has powered through Coronavirus production delays...
  • Forget the Villain, Far Cry 6 Needs a Compelling Protagonist

    While the early instalments can’t be ignored, it was Far Cry 3 which established the franchise as we know it today. The formula has remained largely unchanged ever since, and with the recent announcement of Far Cry 6, I felt the urge to revisit that important earlier sequel which...
  • The Potential of Star Wars: The Bad Batch

    After the brilliant conclusion of The Clone Wars a couple of months ago, we all knew that an announcement for the next animated Star Wars show was incoming, but what it ended up being was a complete surprise. Rumours surrounding a Star Wars: Rebels sequel series have been percolating...