The Shape of Water

The Shape Of Water

Guillermo Del Toro is a film maker of vision and imagination. He has consistently produced top quality and highly entertaining pieces of cinema for over twenty years. The fact that his last two films...

The Dark Tower

I should start out by saying that I have never read any The Dark Tower books. Or any book for that matter. Nah, I’m joking. I do read, but not very often. I love how people get so defensive of a belo...

The Fisher King

  The Fisher King follows NYC disc-jockey Jack Lucas (Jeff Bridges) and homeless maniac Parry (Robin Williams as they embark on a “quest” for a Holy Grail and redemption after they both experien...

Fallen

Success can be a very dangerous thing. Within the movie industry success is measured by the bottom line. Just how much a film can deliver in terms of box office. With the runaway success stories of T...

Short Sharp Review: Suicide Squad

I’m not a big DC Comics guy, however, I’ve read my fair share of comics in my time and I do like a comic-movie-hybrid. The likes of gritty Judge Dredd (the recent one, not the Stallone one R...

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV – Trailer

Highlighted by beautiful, state-of-the-art CG technology, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, the revolutionary new movie goes beyond the game franchise to deliver an experience that action fans, both fam...

Tale Of Tales

For many years, Disney cornered the market on bringing fairy tales to the big screen. In doing so they took some quite dark material and removed or softened the harsh edges to make a product that is ...

Game Of Thrones – Season 6 Trailer

It is still some four months off but the first teaser trailer for the sixth season of Game Of Thrones has just gone live. As with previous years the trailer is short, light on information and edited ...

Wings Of Desire: BFI Love Festival

A major event as part of the BFI Love Festival there was a screening a screening of the classic German romance Wings Of Desire at several UK cinemas. The lead screening was held at the Paisley Abbey....

Under Milk Wood

Originally conceived as a radio play, Under Milk Wood was brought to the screen in 1972 with Richard Burton, Peter O’Toole and Elizabeth Taylor featuring among the ensemble. To take on another ...