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‘The Mandalorian’ – Season Two – ‘The Marshal’

Disney+’s The Mandalorian is back, and long time Star Wars fans will be salivating with excitement as to this new season which finds our titular character, Din Djarin, tasked to search out and return The Child (Baby Yoda) to its people and this first episode proves why The Mandalorian is the most epic piece of […]

‘The Mandalorian’ – Season 2 – ‘The Siege’ – Review

Step behind the scenes of ‘The Mandalorian’

Disney+’s The Mandalorian took audiences by storm and was an instant hit when it debuted on the streaming platform last year with it’s intriguing characters, retro style and audacious action sequences….and let’s not forget about Baby Yoda either. Now Disney+ are ready to take audiences behind the scenes of this amazing creation in a new […]

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‘The Mandalorian’ – Season One – ‘Chapter 1’

The arrival of Disney+ brings wioth it a host of exciting new content, and one release that stands above all the rest in the incredible new and first ever live-action adaptation of the Star Wars franchise in The Mandalorian. Following the adventures of a nameless Mandalorian bounty hunter who scours the edges of the galaxy […]

‘The Mandalorian’ – Season 2 – ‘The Siege’ – Review

The galaxy is about to gritty with ‘The Mandalorian’

Walt Disney’s new streaming service Disney+ is something to really be excited about, not only will we see the entire backlog of Disney and Fox titles, but a whole bunch of new series will be making their way online with some serious production values attached. One of the most intriguing projects is The Mandalorian, a […]

Oscar Isaac being eyed for Marvel Studios ‘Moon Knight’

‘The Jungle Book’ – Review

For special effects-obsessed film fans, Jon Favreau’s live-action remake of 1967’s The Jungle Book will have them hooked from the beginning. Previous trailers offered a good helping of what was to be expected, but watching the whole thing has a rather spectacular effect on the soul, particularly on those who adored the cartoon and Rudyard Kipling’s books. […]

“The Secrets We Keep’ – Review