Tag Archives: Ghost in the Shell

Film Review: Ghost In The Shell (USA, 2017) is a visual spectacle, but lacks original storytelling

The first scene of Ghost In The Shell is incredibly haunting, as a crimson-hued setting features a fresh, human brain being delicately placed into a robotic body. It’s an uneasy mixture of human and AI – and according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk – it is a reality that’s not too far into the future, once considered pure science fiction that was featured in Ghost in The Shell‘s 1995 anime by Mamoru Oshii.... Continue Reading

Here’s all the “Big Game Spot” trailers that premiered during the Super Bowl LI

Today was a massive day for sports. You probably heard about it. The Atlanta Falcons blew a 25 point lead and fell to the New England Patriots at Superbowl LI. But maybe you’re not into sports. Maybe, like us here at The Iris, you’re major movie buffs and if that’s the case, then the Superbowl is a pretty cool time for us too, as some of the biggest TV spots for upcoming films are shown throughout the event.... Continue Reading

First Assault Online launches into open beta

After connecting with the game’s community through Early Access to improve and enhance the game, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex – First Assault Online is in open beta. Players in supported regions can now experience the free-to-play online squad-based first-person shooter on Windows PC via Steam or the Nexon Global Platform. Continue reading First Assault Online launches into open beta