2. The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (2004)

The film was forgettable but its gaming spin-off delivered a first person shooter that was dark and brutal enough for us to show an appreciation for Vin Diesel, well, the gaming version at least. With cinematic-style visuals there was plenty of meaty combat and gritty shooting action to indulge in making it one of the better movie-tie in games we’ve seen even some eight years on since it launched.