Friday 26 August 2016

The Boy and the Beast Review

In a busy Tokyo street, a boy called Ren stands alone. He looks at his surroundings with hate and fury. He steals some food and goes to an abandoned corner to eat it. Two hooded figures approach him. One of the figures lifts his head and Ren looks, in horror, that the figure is a beast. The beast, Kumatetsu, asks Ren if he wants to become his apprentice. Ren doesn't say anything and Kumatetsu leaves. After the shock wears off, Ren follows Kumatetsu and enters the Beast Kingdom where beasts live. After a while, Ren becomes Kumatetsu's apprentice and helps his master perfect his technique so he can become Grandmaster and in the process, learn to let go of his anger and discover the meaning of family.

Wednesday 17 August 2016

Watch: The Trailer for 'Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders' Takes You Back to 1966

Adam West and Burt Ward revealed last year that they were going to reprise their iconic roles as Batman and Robin in an feature-length animated film; they starred, of course, in the incredibly campy Batman TV show that ran from 1966 to 1969. Well, Entertainment Weekly got their hands on a trailer for the upcoming movie. Watch it below.

Monday 8 August 2016

Watch: A New 'Moana' TV Spot

A brand new Moana TV spot has been revealed during a broadcast of the Rio Olympic Games. It's also available online, and it's nice and all, but it's also not a trailer. Clocking in at just 1 minute, this video offers just a tease of the epic things to come in Moana, including a huge lava villain. See the TV spot after the break.