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
Screaming out from its blood red poster, Father of Lies states that their show is a cross between Making a Murderer and Rosemary’s Baby. Confident words. Words that would suggest … Continue reading Review: Father of Lies (2017) – A Play at the Old Red Lion Theatre [London Horror Festival)
Finding a new approach to classic stories has always been an arduous task for most modern storytellers. Because of this a great many writers may take on the challenge of … Continue reading Review: The Men Who Made Frankenstein (2017) – A Play At The Old Red Lion Theatre [London Horror Festival]
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
It’s sometimes quite difficult to tell how accepting society is of BDSM and its related lifestyles. On the one hand, the Maggie Gyllenhall staring Secretary, and the book sensation 50 Shades of … Continue reading Review: Black Beauty in Irons (2017) – A Play at the Etcetera Theatre (Camden Fringe 2017)
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?
Click here for my original review for 1973’s Westworld It’s easy to assume that the popular 2016 TV Series, Westworld, was the first spinoff piece of media inspired by the Michael … Continue reading Review: Boy, Have We Got Another Vacation For You! – A Look Back At Futureworld (1976)
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?
Can you guys believe that my first Studio Ghibli film was The Tale of Princess Kaguya? Which wasn’t even released in the UK till March 2015! But the last two … Continue reading Review: The Red Turtle (2017) – An Engaging Exploration of Man and His Relationship With Nature
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
My father and I don’t agree on much, but one thing we do share is our love of film. From the moment he took me to see my first cinematic … Continue reading I’m As Mad As Hell And I’m Not Going To Take This Anymore! – A Look Back At Network (1976)
(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