Simon Spier is -- as he describes himself -- a pretty normal kid, and with a pretty good life. He goes to school, hangs out with his friends and has a loving mother, father and sister. Just one problem: he’s hiding a secret from everyone, a secret he’s afraid to share -- Simon is gay.
Stumble. Trip. Drop. Scream. You will die. A Quiet Place sets up the premise and danger within it’s opening fifteen minutes as we see just how fast the mysterious creatures roaming Earth will respond and kill you if you make anything above a husky whisper, and it's fast.
After years of really bad movies based on video game properties, ranging from Uwe Ball messes to the sub-par Assassins Creed in 2016, we haven't had a decent movie based on a game franchise yet... til now.
Sony’s handheld doesn’t get many games made exclusively for it anymore. However, a small team from Germany, Behind the Stone, have put together an exclusive 2D side-scroller for the under-loved handheld
Too much dismay from others, I have stated several times that the 2D Zelda games are my favourites. Reverie, from small New Zealand-based studio Rainbite, have developed a Vita title that fills that 2D Zelda itch for me.