With half the year done and dusted, it’s an opportune time to look back at some of the low lights of the silver screen. What was awful, what simply just let us down? Let’s have a look! Pacific Rim Uprising As a standalone movie, Uprising is not all that bad a film, but when you … More Downs of 2018
Beware! Spoiler heavy review. Sorry it took so long! … More Star Wars: Never tell me the spoilers!
The Force Awakens was a nostalgic action packed throwback, that helped the franchise get back on track, following the thoroughly underwhelming Prequel trilogy from the Early 00’s. Since then, we’ve also had the well acclaimed spin-off, Rogue One. So expectations were sky high for the latest instalment in the saga, Episode VIII, The Last Jedi. … More The Last Jedi, It Disappoints
The Room is widely recognized as one of the most bizarre films ever created. With it’s eccentric acting, plodding story line and bizarre script, and funded by $6m of Tommy Wiseau’s mysterious fortune. The Room is shrouded in a cloak of mystery, which has earned it a cult following of fans online! Tommy Wiseau is … More The Disaster Artist – A Beautiful Disaster
Starring Emma Stone & Steve Carell, Battle of the Sexes is the dramatization of the real life events in 1973 which lead to the creation of the WTA, the Women’s Tennis Association. Battle of the Sexes takes a look back at the monumental clash between former men’s Number 1, Bobby Riggs (Carell), in the twilight … More Battle of the Sexes – An Ace For Fans
After all the anticipation, DC’s Justice League finally hits the big screen, with all the pressure of the entire DCEU on its broad shoulders, how does it preform? It is a roaring success like Wonder Woman, or more of the same, like Suicide Squad? The Good – Wonder Woman & The Flash Wonder Woman proved … More Justice League – Not Bad, Not Great
Blending a thrilling zombie flick, with a surprisingly emotional storyline, Train to Busan is a riveting action/horror, which any fan of the Zombie genre should definitely track down! The plot is pretty straight forward, Seok-woo, our protagonist, is escorting his estranged young daughter, Soo-an, on board a train from Seoul to Busan. What should have … More The Vault : Train To Busan (2016)
Featuring an incredible cast, and an intriguing source material, can the latest adaption of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express thrill audiences, or will it run out of stream? This is in fact the 4th adaptation of the classic novel across various forms of media, though this is by far the most extravagant vision … More Murder On The Orient Express / Review
Following on from the immense success of The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan, who had already scored hits such as Memento & The Prestige, was creating huge buzz and excitement with whatever his next project would be. What we got was a superbly stylish, deeply layered (pun intended!) movie. Inception may have been very ambitious with … More The Vault : Inception (2010)
The Thor franchise has been a mixed bag, the original movie, back in 2011 wasn’t the most entralling film, rather just a set up to bring Loki into the fold for The Avengers. While The Dark World a few years later was an improvement, it never really felt like a vital part of the MCU … More Thor Ragna-rocks!
‘Tis the season for Stephen King and what better way to celebrate Halloween than a trip to the cinema to see a true horror classic. … More Rewind Review: The Shining (1980) Returns to Cinemas
Lost in time, like tears in the rain…All aboard the reboot train … More Throwback: Blade Runner (1982)