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.
  • What Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2 Should Learn From The Last of Us Part 2

    The Last of Us Part 2 is now the pre-eminent ‘AAA’ third-person gaming experience and its release feels like something of a watershed moment. While it’s easy to drift into hyperbole, it seems as if there will be a pre-The Last of Us Part 2 era of gaming and...
  • My Hopes for Ozark’s Fourth and Final Season

    After a lengthy wait, Ozark returned to our screens for a third season of money laundering, startling violence and intense family drama earlier this year. It may have been the show’s best season yet, further cementing its own identity in the crowded streaming landscape, and after the disappointing news...
  • The Last of Us Part 2 DLC Wish List

    This article contains spoilers for The Last of Us Part 2. Completing The Last of Us Part 2 offered me a huge sense of relief, among many other emotions. Not only that I could now trawl the Internet without the constant threat of coming across contextless leaks which have...
  • How Will Better Call Saul End?

    Better Call Saul ended its penultimate season with the best run of episodes in the show’s history. While the prequel/spin-off to Breaking Bad was good from the outset, each progressive season has improved on the last, and its fifth was some of the best television in years. The series...
  • Why ‘Chapter 2: The Child’ is The Mandalorian’s Best Episode

    In the lead-up to The Mandalorian airing, we were expecting a very different show than the one we received. Star Wars’ first foray into live-action television was presumed to be a wholly serialised affair, but the structure of the season turned out to be anything but. The first three...
  • Why The Court of Owls is the Perfect Basis for the Next Batman Arkham Game

    It’s been five years since the release of Batman: Arkham Knight and discussion of a new instalment in the franchise has been eerily quiet of late. While Rocksteady seems to have moved on from Batman and are producing a new mystery game, it’s likely that WB Games Montreal are...
  • How Killing Eve Season 3 Fixed Season 2’s Biggest Misstep

    Killing Eve’s third season came to a close last week and the latest eight episodes have split opinion quite dramatically. While the show is nowhere near the quality of its first, Phoebe Waller-Bridge written season, I found the third season to be a big step up from the second....
  • Could Homeland Continue Without Carrie?

    After ten years and eight seasons, Homeland has come to an end. The show has had a fascinating journey from its acclaimed first season to its surprisingly strong final instalment that both brought the show full circle and reinvented it once again. The series seemed to fall out of...
  • Westworld’s Action Scenes Have Become a Major Problem

    I didn’t want to write anything about Westworld season 3. I didn’t want to think about it any longer than I had to. Just doing so makes me sad. I miss the show as it once was; not just the location of the titular homicide holiday park but the...