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Movie Talk – Werewolves Within

Did you know there was a VR game released in 2016 called Werewolves Within? No, me neither. But then the double whammy of being a VR game AND made by Ubi Soft meant it was no surprise it passed me [Read More]

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

I have to admit, I have an ironic love for the original six film Resident Evil series. They start off as semi serious before they devolve into complete and utter nonsense full of clones, bullet time and cartoon villains. I [Read More]

Mortal Kombat (2021) Movie Review

That trailer was pretty neat, right? I mean, Scorpion Vs Sub Zero, Fatalities, Jax’s origin story, plenty of blood. It did exactly what it set out to do, got people excited and eager to see the third live action movie [Read More]

Festive Films Selection Box… Part Two!

Continuing MHG Extended’s offering of films that aren’t necessarily festive films to watch over the festive period, here is part two of our shiny cinematic selection box. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and hopefully be transported far away from the crushing [Read More]

Festive Films Selection Box… Part One!

Christmas is a time when TV’s schedulers – trust me I’ve been one – pack their channels with enough films to open a Blockbuster and not have a stock shortage. Plenty are as festive as you would expect, plenty more [Read More]

A Lockdown Film Selection Box

We’re a week into Lockdown II: This Time It’s Colder. Maybe it’s only been a day. It might have been six years. With less cause to be outside, you may be stuck for something to escape into on the old [Read More]

Tenet | Review

Where to begin with a film as audacious as Tenet? The beginning, middle and end all offer different perspectives as they whizz past. Bewilderment, present at each of those points, might be the best through-line upon which to cling. As [Read More]

Gloomy Eyes | Review

“When the sun got tired of the humans it decided to hide and never rise again. The darkness awoke the dead from their graves. A zombie kid called Gloomy and a mortal girl called Nena fall in love and immerse [Read More]

Diego Maradona & Apollo 11 | Reviews

Diego Maradona (15, Runtime: 2h 10m) An altogether different rocketman is brought vividly to life in the equally essential Diego Maradona, a documentary retelling the story of one footballer’s tempestuous love affair with a small, defiant city in Southern Italy. [Read More]

Misbehaviour | MHG Review

(Misbehaviour – 12A, Runtime: 1h 46m, Starring: Keira Knightley, Jessie Buckley, Keeley Hawes) Come with me on a journey back to 1970, a much simpler time when women were judged on their looks and paraded for public consumption based on [Read More]