Paul W.S. Anderson
For many, the best video game film of all time is 1995’s Mortal Kombat. With a decent story, excellent soundtrack, and good casting, it is the one to beat. So while the film hasn’t aged as gracefully as the cast, that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate the film for what it is: a guilty pleasure. […]
This week, we're headed to space hell with Michael Kamen's bizarre electronica-inspired score.
A leaked teaser trailer for the upcoming Monster Hunter adaptation from Paul W.S. Anderson is here – and it looks extremely faithful to the source material!
To celebrate the release of Tomb Raider starring Alicia Vikander, we put together a list of the 15 worst video game movies of all time.
Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil saga concludes with another entertaining blend of action, jump scares, and unintentional comedy.
Part Titanic styled doomed romance, part Gladiator styled revenge flick, and part late 90s volcano disaster film, Paul W.S. Anderson’s liberally not-ripped-from-the-history-books take on the destruction of the Italian city of Pompeii in 72 A.D. is clichéd to the hilt and unabashedly cornball, but you can’t say it isn’t hitting all of the high notes perfectly.
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And now, all the game news that’s fit to print. IGF announces finalists, Nvidia debuts a handheld device, Sony clamps down on used games, Zynga gets a TV show, THQ continues to have a hard time even in bankruptcy, and Toronto reveals itself as Raccoon City!
Resident Evil: Retribution sadly takes a turn for the worse despite some grand action sequences, strong female characters, and great use of 3D. It simply makes the storyline far too complicated for its own good; jerking the audience around like it’s… well… a bad video game.