Ed Kenway

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Curse of Chucky [DVD] [2013] <b>DVD</b> ~ Brad Dourif
Curse of Chucky [DVD] [2013] DVD ~ Brad Dourif
After the awful Seed Of Chucky, I thought that this franchise was dead as a huge fan of Childs Play and Childs play 2, I was totally disappointed by The Seed, which was more pure comedy than horror movie. Luckily Curse of Chucky is much better, actually it is a return to form for the Childs play movies, I was really happy that Brad Dourif returned to voice Chucky and he shines once more with his incredible voice acting. What I also loved about this movie is it showed why Charles Lee Ray was running from the law in the first place and explained his decent into madness, Fiona Dourif is extremely well casted as Nica and really changes the cliché of survivor girls and the disabled in… Read more
Saints Row IV: Commander In Chief Edition (Xbox 36&hellip by Deep Silver
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Guilty Sin, 10 Nov 2013
After Playing GTAV, the game seems slightly less impressive but what did I expect? The game is full of slapstick and I am glad volition chose to step away from the gang vs gang storyline as it would have completely failed seen as it was being released during the same year but the story is fun to say the least, the Zin empire provide some new enemy types such as large brutes which can be absorbed for more power for your character. Zinyak is a great foe to rebel against, his classic word game collectables are great to find out his backstory and the ending is quite an interesting way for the franchise to continue in it's unique crazy manner. The cluster collectibles are tedious though as there… Read more
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 2 [DVD] [20&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Jay Oliva
I remember reading The Dark Knight Returns from a young age, it was the first comic book I read and I was completely fascinated with the idea of evil never dying and the principle that an aged Bruce Wayne would return as the Bat as he couldn't see his city become further downtrodden in his absence. After watching both parts of the adaptation, I can say it is amazingly faithful to the source material, it only rids of the controversial train- handbag bombing scene but other than that it is scene for scene accurate, although I had always wanted Kevin Conroy to voice Batman in an adaptation of The Dark Knight Returns, Peter Weller (ROBOCOP) is actually amazing as an aged Dark Knight, he… Read more