Since their introduction in 2011, Funko Pop Vinyls have been an affordable way to collect your favourite characters from popular culture. Now, partnering with Marvel, Funko make the leap from the display cabinet to the table top in Marvel: Battleworld, a micro collectible, table-top gaming system in which you pit your heroes in various battles […]
There is a lack of creativity in poster design today. In terms of the mainstream studio movies especially, there is very little variation. Popular tropes that we see movie posters constantly imitating today include the “half face” poster, often reserved for dramas or anything with a tone that can be described as “gritty”. Or the approach of any self titled blockbuster, from Marvel to the depressing revival of long dead franchises, which is to simply throw the entire cast [...]
Once upon a time, your local multiplex was the only place to catch the latest blockbuster. But in the last few years, streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime have changed the game with their original productions and expensive acquisitions of projects distributors lost faith in. Typically though, big-budget releases could still be counted […]
The Hole in the Ground arrives in cinemas this week – the latest horror to explore the terrifying realities of raising children. The stress, the lack of sleep, and the anxiety of bringing up these little monsters to be well-rounded human beings. Which is all the more complicated if they turn out to be actual […]
Leicester Square's Empire cinema was host to a special preview screening of Alita: Battle Angel earlier this week and we at Review Avenue were lucky enough to nab an exclusive ticket to the glitzy event.
In a new feature showcasing and analysing some of our favourite scenes in film history, Oliver Woodings takes an in-depth look at one of the greatest scenes from the Lord of the Rings trilogy - The Bridge of Khazad Dhum.