When Despicable Me 2 dominated the worlds box office in 2013, it seemed obvious and somewhat inevitable that the 3rd film would be with us sooner rather than later. Illumination, however, decided to put The Minions front and centre in a slightly misguided prequel and we have had to wait 4 long years for … Continue reading
Our Shakespeare Fortnight continues with a zombie love story. The one that isn’t Shaun of the Dead.
#TBT… April 20th 1979… Dawn of the Dead has its premier in New York… here’s our re-view of George A. Romero’s zombie classic… Continue reading
The latest Adam Sandler/Netflix comedy has arrived. Is it any good?
When Dominic Toretto is forced to turn on his family by the mysterious Cipher, his old team chases around the globe to stop him. But how far will any of them go to stop the other?
How do you revive an ailing franchise? How about bringing back the two stars who made it popular in the first place?
This wonderfully subversive Spanish vampire film demands your attention. It is on film 4 tonight. Dont miss it Continue reading
Raw is a captivating, near flawless debut that glues your eyes to screen, no matter how much you want to look away.
As painfully derivative and schlocky as Life is…it is still a well executed entry into an oft neglected subgenre.
Rupert Sander’s Ghost in the Shell, whilst visually impressive, lacks the ghost of the works it is based on.
Mamoru Oshii’s seminal anime classic is now 22 years old, but it hasn’t aged a day