Film Review – ‘Cobain: Montage Of Heck’

Being an avid (borderline obsessive) Kurt Cobain & Nirvana fan I had high hopes for this documentary. The life of Kurt Cobain has fascinated me for as long as I have liked music, the general topic of musicians who’s lives were cut short has always had a certain grip on me, and Kurt Cobain’s especially…

Film Review – ‘Jurassic World’

20 years after the original Jurassic Park went horribly wrong we return to the island to be introduced to the all new dinosaur theme park Jurassic World… which goes horribly wrong. After you’ve recovered from the groaning and sighing brought on by yet another prequel/sequel/remake/adaptation blockbuster hitting your every newsfeed, it’s likely out of loyalty…

Film Review – ‘Woman In Black: Angel Of Death’

40 years after the original film in 1941, a group of orphaned schoolchildren evacuees are taken to Eel Marsh House. There their schoolteacher Eve begins to suspect something isn’t quite right about the house and it isn’t long before the children and the house begin to act strangely… Chugugchugugchugugchugugchugugnurrnurrrrr chugugchugugchugugchugugchugug nuurrrr nurrrr Angel of Death!Monarch…

Film Review – ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’

 Raised as brothers from birth Egyptians Moses and Rameses are raised as powerful generals. When Rameses becomes Pharoh, Moses is his most trusted advisor until his true Hebrew parenthood is discovered. Exiled to the desert, Moses is faced by God and tasked to free the Hebrews from slavery. Let’s confront the elephant in the room…

Film Review – ‘Night Crawler’

 Young, jobless entrepreneur Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllnhaal) stumbles into the world of ‘Nightcrawlers’ -freelance cameramen who film crime scenes, car crashes and other accidents to sell the footage to TV news channels. Quickly sucked into the competitive career, he embarks on a mission to capture the most grisly shots and get ahead of the game…