‘Army Of The Dead’ (2021) Review: Roll of the Dice Making a movie in a beloved genre is a tricky thing. Mostly because those genres come with a set of rules. Depending on how you view it, these rules can be a beneficial guide, or a restricting hindrance. Adhere too
‘Mortal Kombat’ (2021) Review: Press X to Skip As a kid, I had only one view of Mortal Kombat. That it was a hyper violent game that would certainly corrupt me and possibly take away my soul. This of course was not the case, as I remain uncorrupted and soulful.
‘Godzilla Vs Kong’ (2021) Review:Best Frenemies Forever What a strange ride it’s been. It started out with a historic remake of a beloved classic, one that painstakingly refrained from showing its titular titan, and strived for an authentic aesthetic. As noble an attempt as this was, it ended up being
‘The Harder They Come’ (1972) Review: A Classic Sitting In Limbo When you hear about the greatest films of all time, you will inevitably come across a few typical names. Taxi Driver, The Godfather, Chinatown to name a few. Films that examine their setting with a critical eye, and give
‘Attack The Block’ (2011) Review: A Would Be Classic Back in 2011, one of the biggest movies in the world for film buffs was ‘Attack The Block’. There was no escaping it. Every website, podcast, or personality associated with film would not shut up about it. The rest of the
‘Coffee and Kareem’ (2020) Review: Weak Tea. I’ll be honest, I never really gave too much attention to Netflix films. It’s an old fashioned notion, but I could never shake the perception that they were released on streaming services because they weren’t good enough to be released in cinemas. That’s
‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ (2020) Review: The Long Letdown. As the cinemas continue to be closed and new movie releases remain retired, streaming platforms have had to fill the gap. This week, I caught up with one of the newer Netflix only releases that had everything going for it
‘Bloodshot’ (2020) Review: Bloodshot: The Movie: The Video Game. An actor’s association with a part can be so severe, that they cease having a separate identity altogether. Robert Downey Jr may as well be billionaire superhero Tony Stark, and Vin Diesel has been Domonic Toretto for the last 2 decades.
‘Onward’ (2020) Review: My Magic Brother The world of ‘Onward’ is the familiar mixed with fantasy. On the one hand you have all the usual signs of modern day city living, but on the other, the creatures often seen only in the books of Tolkein. It’s a world where magic
‘The Invisible Man’ (2020) Review: A Clear Classic 2018 saw the release of an amazing action film called ‘Upgrade’. Initially I reviewed it as being “some of the most imaginative, fun and wildly expressive” action I’d seen in a long time. Sadly, since ‘Upgrade’ there hasn’t been anything to quite