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 Fargo Should be the Template for the Alien TV Series

    If there’s one person who can be trusted with bringing Alien to television it’s Noah Hawley. The creative mind behind Fargo, the four-season anthology series spawned from the Coen Brothers film, is currently writing the sci-fi horror series which will enter production in spring of 2022. Few details are...
  • Breaking Down the Obi-Wan Kenobi Concept Art

    2021’s Disney Plus Day came and went, and with it that internal balancing act of being excited for future ‘content’ while understanding you’re falling for the machinations of a huge, greedy corporation. While there was plenty of Marvel and Pixar news, Star Wars had little to show on what...
  • The Curious Case of Boba Fett’s Newfound Honour

    One of many of the arguments I hate in the Star Wars fandom is the whole “the new creatives are betraying the legacy characters” nonsense. A classic character is featured in a new story, either too little or too much depending on who you ask, and it doesn’t exactly...
  • Does No Time To Die Make Spectre Better or Worse?

    Daniel Craig’s James Bond films may form a single connected story arc but the transitions between films are rarely smooth. In a way, No Time to Die is a direct sequel to Spectre, but the two films ultimately offer vastly different approaches to the style, storytelling, and tone of...
  • Deathloop Always Has One More Mystery, Even After Earning the Platinum

    The joy of Deathloop comes from discovery. Discovery of your targets and a way to manipulate them into appearing at the right place at the right time. Discovery of a back entrance, a hidden grate, an open window to sneak into a place of tactical advantage. Discovery of a...
  • The Twins is Star Wars at its Most Joyously Bonkers

    By its very nature, Star Wars: Visions was always destined to be a mixed bag. Seven Japanese animation studios given the keys to the franchise and allowed to play with whichever toys they want, experiment with the tropes, characters, and visuals, canon be damned. Some are fascinating to watch,...
  • What’s Next For James Bond After No Time To Die?

    No Time to Die does what no James Bond film has dared do before it. After almost three hours of lovingly playing into the outlandish tropes that defined the series’ past, the film ends posing an almighty question regarding its future. James Bond is dead. Not in a fake-out...
  • Does No Time To Die Successfully Balance the Serious With the Ludicrous?

    Seeing No Time to Die after such a long wait, the gargantuan Bond movie can be an overwhelming, and even emotional, experience. But take a step back from the film and its bold choices and you’ll see that it’s a silly movie, from cheesy lines to preposterous storylines. It’s...
  • The Siege of Paris is a Bittersweet Assassin’s Creed Nostalgia Trip

    Assassin’s Creed is a franchise that has greatly evolved over its 14-year life span. Elements once vital have come and gone and even the genre itself has shifted. The earlier games are a crucial part of my personal history as a gamer and hold such powerful, nostalgic memories, and...