I sometimes spend a few moments thinking about the many authors that did not live long enough to see their creations hit the big screen. People like William Marston, creator of … Continue reading Review: Paddington 2 (2017) – Bears, Brilliance and Breathtaking Storytelling
Over the past few decades the portrayal of those suffering from a mental health disorder has varied widely. You occasionally get films like It’s Kind of a Funny Story, which … Continue reading Review: Ingrid Goes West (2017) – A Tour De Force Performance From Aubrey Plaza
You know, before sitting down to write this review, I thought I’d spend a little time trying to work out if 1993’s Groundhog Day is in fact the seminal original … Continue reading Review: Happy Death Day (2017) – Finally! A Great Groundhog Day Rip-Off!
It’s a little bit of a cliche, isn’t it? The whole evil kids thing? While the earliest example I can think of is 1960’s Village of the Dammed (at least … Continue reading Review: Little Evil (2017) – Can The Omen work as a Comedy?
I was sort of in two minds when trying to decide whether this film was worth a watch. On the one hand, I love sci-fi. Any film about a guy … Continue reading Review: Naked (2017) – Yep, It’s Pretty Much Groundhog Day With Black People
What in god’s name is a gay musical? My exact words when being told about the most recent show playing at the Above the Stag Theatre. But woe be me … Continue reading Review: He Shoots! He Scores! (2017) – A Play at the Above The Stag Theatre
You know how every so often you’ll be surfing Netflix and you just can’t decide what to watch? And after spending nearly 15 minutes looking through dozens of movies, you … Continue reading Review: Deck the Halls? More like Dreck the Halls!
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
I’m assuming on paper The House must have looked like a match made in heaven. Two comedy powerhouses teaming up with a writer/director that had written both Bad Neighbours movies? … Continue reading Review: Does The House Bring Down “The House” With Its Comedy Stylings?
With the increasing domination of those little yellow bastards known as Minions, it’s entirely possible that the world may end, not at the whims of President Trump, but rather due … Continue reading Review: Despicable Me 3 – A Dastardly Disaster of 80s Delight
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?
Has there ever been a supporting character that has taken over a franchise to quite the same extent as those yellow bastards? I speak, of course, of the follically challenged … Continue reading If I Could Write… Minions!