John Wick

Many people will tell you that Mad Max: Fury Road is the best action film of the 21st Century so far. It certainly has it’s moments, and Tom Hardy’s range of grunting is very impressive, but for me t...

Victor Frankenstein

There is something about the story of Frankenstein’s monster that really appeals to film makers. It has been a tale that has been told time and time again. In the last two years, there has been...

Spring

Spring, the second feature length film from directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead is a little oddity. It begins with life leaving the earth, seemingly in an exhalation, as Evan (Lou Taylor Pucci...

The Brand New Testament

One of the age-old questions asked is “if there is a God, why does he let bad things happen?” Director  Jaco Van Dermal has his own answer for that in The Brand New Testament and it’...

Land of Mine

The horrors of World War II didn’t end with Germany’s surrender. For all that has been documented of this time there are many stories relatively unknown, including a horrifying practice b...

45 Years

45 Years has reinvigorated the debate of what the BAFTA awards are actually for. In many best of 2015 polls, the film was highly placed and regarded, by some margin, as the best British film of the y...

John’s Top Ten Of 2015

2015 was a year of contrasting fortunes for movies. On one hand it was spectacular for the bigger movies with the top nine films released this year making up for forty percent of the box office takin...

Thomas’s Top 10 of 2015

2015 will forever be known as the year of the reboot/sequel. Not only did these films primarily dominate the box office (including two separate world records being set) the stony hearts of critics we...

Radiohead SPECTRE Title Sequence

As was heavily rumoured earlier in the year and the subject of a well covered news story when a punter dropped a bet of £15,ooo, Radiohead were approached to provide a song for consideration as the t...