Widows Review – A Heist Movie With A Voice (Rating: 9/10)

Having already deemed Ocean’s 8 a good genre movie with a healthy amount of entertainment value, I am now forced to re-evaluate my opinion and say that it’s a nothing movie with little value beyond the two hours and £5 I spent at the cinema to see it. Widows, on the other hand, is a film that I’m certain I’ll be thinking about for a long time … Continue reading Widows Review – A Heist Movie With A Voice (Rating: 9/10)

The 50% Club: The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

Full disclosure: after marathoning every Nightmare on Elm Street film ever made barring the remake, I decided to check out Wes Craven’s cannibal classic The Hills Have Eyes. Only when I went to CEX to go grab a cheap copy, I accidentally bought the noughties remake without looking – whoops. From what I’ve seen though, this is the unlikely remake that neither transcends nor disgraces the name of the … Continue reading The 50% Club: The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

Mandy Review – A Demented Takedown of Megalomanic Men (Rating: 9/10)

I’m not quite sure how to start this review, aside from saying that this film definitely isn’t for everyone. If you find Nicolas Cage’s hamminess aggravating or can’t stomach extreme gore, don’t let the high rating given in the title convince you that this movie will change your mind on either topic. Nick Cage is still batshit, and the violent situations he is placed in … Continue reading Mandy Review – A Demented Takedown of Megalomanic Men (Rating: 9/10)

Film Inquiry Article: Johnny English Strikes Again Review: A New Low For British Comedy

Here’s a link to my review of Johnny English Strikes Again, a tired film with no understanding of what makes good satire. If you enjoyed this review, considering donating a coffee to me on my Ko-Fi page – every little amount helps me loads with these articles! Continue reading Film Inquiry Article: Johnny English Strikes Again Review: A New Low For British Comedy

The Spy Who Dumped Me Review – Violent Comedy Is Nothing New (Rating: 5/10)

This is a movie I had little to no strong desire to see. Unfortunately, BlackkKlansman was not available at my local Vue cinema, despite being released in the UK on the 24th of August. So to alleviate my sadness, I decided to go see one of the American releases they actually chose to broadcast: The Happytime Murders, or The Spy Who Dumped Me. After a Twitter poll encouraged me towards … Continue reading The Spy Who Dumped Me Review – Violent Comedy Is Nothing New (Rating: 5/10)

Ant-Man And The Wasp Review – Small Scale In More Ways Than One (Rating: 7/10)

Having not seen the original Ant-Man, or many other Marvel movies for that matter, I didn’t go into the sequel with many expectations. All I knew is that Infinity War was on an enormous scale, and that it would have likely been a poor choice for Marvel to make another similar movie so soon after. They didn’t, and I am grateful that Ant-Man And The Wasp is the … Continue reading Ant-Man And The Wasp Review – Small Scale In More Ways Than One (Rating: 7/10)