I’m not going to pretend that I’m a particularly knowledgeable person when it comes to abortion. Despite my lack of awareness, one thing I had always been fairly confident of … Continue reading Review: Mission Abort (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]
You know, over the past 11 years I’ve worked in theatre, I have seen some astounding events in the West End. I’ve seen a show where it rained on stage … Continue reading Review: Fuck You Pay Me (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]
Another year, another Vault Festival! After my excellent experience during the two science-fiction shows I saw last year, how could I not return? For those of you that may be … Continue reading Review: The People’s Rock: A Musical (2018) – A Play at the Network Theatre [VAULT Festival 2018]
There’s no doubt that, concidering society’s obsession with nostalgia, Hollywood studios are raiding more and more of their back catalogues to see whether any of it could be monetised. In … Continue reading Review: Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (2017) – Fun and Videogames In An Old-School Package
You know, in part one of my list I made what I thought was a minor topical joke about the current state of politics and the dangers of nuclear war. … Continue reading Some of My Most Anticipated Movies of 2018 (Part Two)
Well here we are again. The end of another 365-day journey around the sun. And it doesn’t feel like it was a particularly great year, was it? Even putting aside … Continue reading My Top 15 Most Notable Films of 2017
Considering “cult films” are meant to be a rarity not appreciated by mainstream audiences, there sure are a lot of them! In fact, if you look at the collection of … Continue reading Review: The Disaster Artist (2017) – A Hilarious Comedy With Plenty Of Heart
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