Month: October 2015

  • Crimson Peak (2015)

    Crimson Peak (2015)

    [Spoilers alert] After watching Crimson Peak last night I’m slowly coming to the conclusion that Guillermo del Toro is a director who persistently falls between several stools, and as a result never quite manages to deliver. It’s very frustrating because he is clearly an extremely intelligent and stylish director who could do wonders with a […]

  • Sorcerer – The Game of Magical Conflict

    Sorcerer – The Game of Magical Conflict

    Having cut their teeth on the first ever grown-up science fiction game Starforce: Alpha Centauri in 1974, the US company Simulations Publications turned to fantasy a year later with Sorcerer: The Game of Magical Conflict and managed to produce a singularly odd game that, while fun to play up to a point, illustrated so many […]