mother! (Review)

I love Darren Aronofsky as a filmmaker. I can't speak about his film previous to mother!, Noah, but I was absolutely blown away by his others, particularly Requiem for a Dream and Black Swan. Those films stayed with me for weeks. Dark and tense, I was so excited to see if Aronofsky would show us... Continue Reading →


The Mummy, 2017 – Oh Dear

Now I was actually quite excited about this film, the reboot of The Mummy. I seem to be watching a lot of reboots lately, see you can't escape them! Sometimes you get the odd gem that gets it right (Spider-Man Homecoming) and then you just get one that gets it wrong. This year's The Mummy... Continue Reading →

47 Meters Down (Review)

47 Meters Down, originally entitled In The Deep is about two sisters Lisa (Mandy Moore) and Kate (Claire Holt) who go on holiday to Mexico. While there they meet two locals who convince them to go shark cage diving. While exploring and taking in the deep blue sea, it all goes wrong. The sisters find... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man Homecoming – Just Another Reboot?

I completely facepalmed when I found out there was, oh yes, another reboot. Especially so soon after The Amazing Spider-Man. When do the reboots end?! As a huge Spider-Man fan though and I enjoyed the previous ones, (not Spider-Man 3 though, sorry) I had to go and see it anyway. Despite my dubious impressions, Spider-Man Homecoming... Continue Reading →

Power Rangers (Review)

Another superhero review following on from Wonder Woman, I randomly watched Power Rangers last night. It's been 24 years since the original Power Rangers series dominated TV screens. The news of a reboot delighted nostalgia fans, myself included. I used to bloody love Power Rangers, and remember going to see the first Power Rangers movie... Continue Reading →

The Belko Experiment (Review)

Instead of planets, heads are rolling in writer James Gunn's new film, The Belko Experiment. A far cry from Guardians of the Galaxy, The Belko Experiment is dubbed the Battle Royale in HR. This entertaining and bloody thriller is in a nutshell, exactly that. Set in Colombia, 80 office workers are locked in their high-rise... Continue Reading →

What Makes a Great Film Trailer?

A good film trailer is really important. It's part of the whole cinema experience, and undoubtedly, a powerful marketing tool. Trailers build up the anticipation and excitement, and allures people to watching the film. It's also a tough job. You have to take a whole movie and condense it into approximately two minutes, giving enough info... Continue Reading →

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