Most movie bloggers make a list of the films they want to see at this time of year but my list is slightly different. I don’t get to go to the cinema as frequently as I once did so I have … Continue reading My “Must-See at the Cinema” releases of 2019
It is an old cliche and one that is often used to excuse “bad movies” (*cough* Michael Bay *cough*) but if all you want is a “popcorn movie flick” then Rampage is the perfect choice. It delivers exactly what it says … Continue reading Dwayne Johnson Month: Rampage (2018) Review
This summer sees the release of Independence Day sequel Resurgence and most people have viewed it with a collective “meh.” This seems ridiculous considering how huge the first movie was and how it ranks among many people’s top science-fiction films, … Continue reading Are audiences bored of city-destroying carnage?
Cloverfield is exactly what the Found Footage genre was designed for. It puts the audience directly in the action, taking the point of view of one of the characters and presenting the full blown horror of the situation. It is primarily … Continue reading Cloverfield (2008) Review
In the last two days I have tried to find a pattern between acting siblings. Does the brother always beat the sister? Does the older sibling always trump the younger? So far, after ten pairings, nothing has been concrete. So with one last … Continue reading Sibling vs Sibling: Who does it better? (Part 3)
Found Footage has had its day. In the beginning it added an element to horror movies which both brought the audience closer to the action as well as make them wonder how “real” the movie really was. Significant successes such as … Continue reading Would Found Footage films be effective if they were filmed “traditionally?”
So it seems I’m going to do this after all. This isn’t the first nomination I’ve received but usually I’m so backlogged with posts and movies to review that I let these laps until it is embarrassingly far away from the … Continue reading Finally succumbing to The Liebster Award