Review: Blade Runner 2049 (2017) – Where The F**K Did Three Hours Of My Life Go?

Controversial opinion time! (as if there’s any other on the internet!) While it may go against general consensus, I don’t believe the original 1982 Blade Runner is a particularly good … Continue reading Review: Blade Runner 2049 (2017) – Where The F**K Did Three Hours Of My Life Go?

Review: Beyond Skyline (2017) – The Empire Strikes Back Of Sequels

While it’s true I deeply adore science-fiction in any form, even I have my limits. And watching the sequel to 2010’s Skyline wouldn’t just be stepping over those limits, as … Continue reading Review: Beyond Skyline (2017) – The Empire Strikes Back Of Sequels

Review: Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – It’s Hammer Time! (Without The Hammer)

Spoilers for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor: The Dark World and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. “unrelentingly serious” “a few jokes wouldn’t have gone amiss” “A cataclysm-caravan … Continue reading Review: Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – It’s Hammer Time! (Without The Hammer)

Review: What Happened to Monday? (2017) – A Netflix Sci-fi Original Film

I sort of feel that What Happened to Monday (WHtM) has had the odds stacked against it from the very beginning. As it’s a film primarily about one actress playing … Continue reading Review: What Happened to Monday? (2017) – A Netflix Sci-fi Original Film

Review: Is Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets as Unwieldy as its Title Suggests?

While Marvel and DC rule the roost in the United States, that same kind of comic domination isn’t quite as prevalent in other parts of the world. I myself grew … Continue reading Review: Is Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets as Unwieldy as its Title Suggests?

Apes Together Strong! – A Look at War For The Planet Of The Apes (2017)

It’s not often that a film trilogy can stick the landing. Indeed, when looking at film franchises where the first two instalments are overwhelming critically acclaimed and financially lucrative; the third instalment … Continue reading Apes Together Strong! – A Look at War For The Planet Of The Apes (2017)

A Visit To The Sixth Annual British Animation Film Festival

Being that I’m in the middle of post-production for my own short film, I’ve recently gained a new sense of appreciation as to how difficult actually finishing a film can … Continue reading A Visit To The Sixth Annual British Animation Film Festival

Review: Can Spider-man: Homecoming Swing The Franchise Away From Mediocrity?

From Sami Rami’s Spider-Man 3 to The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014, it’s a true sign as to the strength of the Spider-Man character that his franchise was able to survive … Continue reading Review: Can Spider-man: Homecoming Swing The Franchise Away From Mediocrity?

Review: Has Baby Driver Finally Helped Edgar Wright Break The U.S. Market?

It’s very easy to forget that director Edgar Wright isn’t a widely known commodity in the United States. His three most famous films, Shawn of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and … Continue reading Review: Has Baby Driver Finally Helped Edgar Wright Break The U.S. Market?

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – A Review of From The Gallows

Click to read my review for Episode One, Two, Three and Four Spoilers for all previous episodes of A New Frontier Sometimes it really doesn’t matter how hard you write or how … Continue reading The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – A Review of From The Gallows

Review: Baywatch (2017) – A Beautiful Blight of Blithering Boredom

Considering it was one of the most popular shows of the 90s, did you know that originally Baywatch was cancelled after only one season? Fortunately for red blooded males everywhere, … Continue reading Review: Baywatch (2017) – A Beautiful Blight of Blithering Boredom

Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017) – Better in the Way Being Stabbed is Better Than Being Murdered

(Also released in various territories as Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) It’s still a little hard to believe, isn’t it? A movie franchise based on a … Continue reading Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017) – Better in the Way Being Stabbed is Better Than Being Murdered