Film Review – ‘Star Wars VII: A New Hope Reawakens’

If you haven’t already seen Star Wars then you’re either not going to or you honestly don’t give enough of a shit to warrant me giving a single batted eyelid as to whether or not I spoil it for you, that said however I will warn you. Spoilers of the most rotten and rancid nature…

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 – ‘Unfriended’

 It’s been a year since the death of their friend Laura Barns who committed suicide in public after an embarrassing video of her appeared online. Whilst online, five friends learn some hard truths and secrets as a mysterious stranger enters their skype group.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q72LWqCx3pc On paper, Unfriended looks like it would be another teen slasher…

Film Review – ‘John Wick’

 Ex-Hitman John Wick (Keanu Reeves) has retired and left his brutal past behind, but when a gang of Russian yobs break into his house, steal his car and murder his dog, the last present from his deceased wife. His quest for vengeance will stop at nothing. The good or bad news depending on your opinion…

Film Review – ‘Focus’

Veteran con artist Nikky Spurgeon (Will Smith) takes on intern Jess (Margot Robbie) to learn the tricks of the con trade but soon the pair become too close and part ways. Several years later Jess reappears in Buenos Aires just as Nikky is close to pulling off his biggest con and can’t afford to lose…

Film Review – ‘Birdman’

In the 90s actor Riggan Thomson (Micheal Keaton) was a huge star in the successful comic book adaptations of Birdman. Now attempting to restart his career with an ambitious Broadway production he struggles with his own demons, his family, critics and volatile actor Mike Shiner (Edward Norton) all before opening night. With the current trend…

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…