Logan Noir – It Was Worth It! – ★★★★★

Yesterday was the European Premiere of Logan Noir in Curzon Chelsea, London. I was very lucky that A friend of mine is the godfather of Dafne Keen so I managed to get in with my dad to see the premiere, and it was worth it! I was sat in the second row, and we had…

The Mummy Review – A Good Start To The Dark Universe, But Needs Some Pizzazz – ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

the genre of ancient myths always plays into our fascination with long-lost civilizations, but also offers all the gory nitty-gritty of imperfect resurrected bodies. Whilst the concept might be dated, While the concept might seem dated, postcolonial anxieties and ongoing debates about the rightful home of the world’s treasures could arguably provide rich grounds for an inventive,…

The Best Films Of 2017 So Far & To Come

We’re halfway through the year and there have been many of the most anticipated films like Guardian’s of the Galaxy vol.2 and Wonder Woman, but which have been the best? You may think there are dozens, but to honest, i’m quite harsh on films i see, so i don’t think there will be twelve. Let’s…

What’s Next In The Alien Franchise After Alien: Covenant

Ah, the alien franchise. the only franchise in the world that lives up to the term ‘horror’. after seeing michael fassbender’s david regurgitate an alien embryo we found out that the mad android is the creator of the xenomorph. so, what’s next? we know that alien: covenant is set in 2104, with prometheus set in…

Alien: Covenant Review: Ridley Scott Creates A New Type Of Terror – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ridley Scott’s alien: covenant is in plain english a mad scientist film, arguably, one of the maddest. It’s grandiose, exhilarating, vertiginously cynical and symphonically perverse, and around a million miles from the crowd-pleasing Alien retread Twentieth Century Fox have presumably been begging the 79-year-old director to make. It certainly has its Alien-like moments: this is a series…

Guardian’s Of The Galaxy Vol.2 Review – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Without a doubt the original film was a surprise to all of us, it combined some awesome space action and amusement, something that I thought wasn’t possible in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This volume has a lot to live up to, and it did. There’s a splashy opening battle with a giant space-faring octopus, scored…

Free Fire Review: Ben Wheatley’s Madly Funny Picture – ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Free fire takes place in 1978 boston and has the shoulder pads and Paisley patterned blouse to prove it. he callously uproarious new film from Ben Wheatley takes place almost entirely inside a tumbledown harbourside warehouse in Boston, Massachusetts, where a delegation from the Irish Republican Army are collecting a shipment of assault rifles from a yawping…

Going In Style Review – ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

Whilst many critics reviews are mixed, I believe that this film is quite brilliant. Starring three of my film idols: Sir Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin – All Academy Award winners – have made a new comedy classic. With these heavyweight names you would hope that the film would be good, and it…