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Jigsaw – Review

This review contains SPOILERS! However, I am sure that you do not care as it is not the type of franchise that overly matters if you pay attention to what is going on or not. Maybe that is why I… Continue reading →

IT – Review

*Minor Spoilers, mainly from the original* The original IT (which is actually a mini-series rather than a film, which is why it is so bloody long!) is regarded as one of the scariest films ever made… at least at the… Continue reading →

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Review

Usually when a film has a bit of an obscure or random title (such as Reservoir Dogs, No Country for Old Men, A Clockwork Orange, A Fist Full of Dollars) then it normally has nothing to do with the actual… Continue reading →

The Room – Retrospective Review

After watching James Franco star in The Disaster Artist, me and the missus really wanted to check out and see the infamously bad movie known as The Room, directed, written, produced, funded, and staring the bizarre human (?) Tommy Wiseau…. Continue reading →

The Disaster Artist – Review

My missus loves James Franco/Seth Rogan/Paul Rudd/Johana Hill/Bill Hader and other actors that generally tend to star in the same sort of films; This is the End, Why Him, Knocked Up, The Interview, 40 Year Old Virgin, The Night Before,… Continue reading →

Dunkirk – Review

*Minor Spoilers* I may be a little late to this party, but having all that time off over the Christmas period allowed me to catch up with a few films that I missed out on over the year, one of… Continue reading →

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Spoiler Free Review

*Spoiler Free* Well the event of the year happened last night, one that has occurred for the last two years in a row and will continue to do so for as long as they keep pumping out these films; the… Continue reading →

Thor: Ragnarok – Review

*Very Minor Spoilers, and Major Spoilers for some of the previous MCU films* When Thor was first introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it was a game changer. Before then, Iron Man fought business CEOs and Edward Norton was the… Continue reading →

Blade Runner 2049 – Review

*No Spoilers* The Blade Runner is a film series that I felt makes you really think about and question the morality of human life. Where the first film focuses on the idea of ‘Free Will’, which is represented in the… Continue reading →

War for the Planet of the Apes – Review

The Ape-ocalypse Concludes… *No Spoilers – except for the previous two films* Let me start by saying that War for the Planet of the Apes was not a bad film. Regardless of what I write after this, I still enjoyed… Continue reading →

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