In a year for Marvel movies that saw both Spider-Man: Homecoming and the grand return of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor was going to have to do something different to be considered alongside these more popular heroes. Thor’s earlier movies … Continue reading Thor Ragnarok (2017) Review
There is a great story somewhere in High Rise. The idea of huge skyscraper style apartment blocks, with the richest living at the top and the poorest at the bottom has all sorts of great potential for social commentary. Add to … Continue reading High-Rise (2015) Review
There is something old-fashioned and fun about Kong: Skull Island. From the outset it knows what it is supposed to be: entertaining. It never takes itself too seriously, has some great characters and best of all, some really cool action, … Continue reading Kong: Skull Island (2017) Review
Doctor Strange hits cinemas this week and the superhero studio powerhouse will bring another new character to the big screen. This ultimately means that yet another superheroes origin movie will be immortalised in film. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but … Continue reading How to… make a Marvel origin movie
Crimson Peak is supposed to be a Gothic horror but what it demonstrates in Gothic it lacks in horror. You can’t fault the look, tone and feel of the movie but at no point does it effectively scare you. This doesn’t make it a bad movie, it just may … Continue reading Crimson Peak (2015) Review
I am now accepting my third Liebster award, this time nominated by Plain Simple Tom over at plainsimpletomreviews. Really straight forward, I answer Tom’s 11 questions, I set 11 questions of my own and nominate a bunch of people to answer … Continue reading My Third Liebster Award!
I’m getting my vote in early and campaigning way before the time. We aren’t even sure that Daniel Craig will be stepping down as the British spy but seeing as the rumours have already started and names have already been thrown … Continue reading My choice for the next James Bond