Hounds of Love

Mary’s Top Ten of 2017

It’s been a funny old year for cinema. There have been extreme highs and lows; breathtaking pieces of craft to sleazy sex scandals. It’s a year when Hollywood really has had to take a goo...

Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi

This review contains very mild spoilers. From the moment the lights do down and you see those glowing yellow letters, accompanied by John William’s tingling score, I think it’s safe to say that every...

Breathe

Andy Serkis is a wonderful actor best known for being in front of the camera, albeit in a mostly unrecognisable fashion. The man who breathed life into iconic characters such as Gollum, Caesar and Ki...
War For The Planet Of The Apes

War For The Planet Of The Apes

If you had told me, several years ago, that I would be rooting for the survival of apes (an animal I’m afraid of – it’s the weird thumbs on their feet) against the human race, I would have laug...

John’s Top Ten of 2014

Contrary to popular opinion I found 2014 to be a pretty good year for movie releases. Sure some of the bigger movies failed to deliver but what’s new? There were a number of very well made film...

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

When the prequel / reboot Rise of the Planet of the Apes was trailed in early 2011, it was not met with universal excitement. Partly due to the dogs dinner that was the previous Apes film (Shame on y...

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes trailer

Unleashed online is the teaser trailer for Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. The film is set eight years after the events of the hugely successful 2012 film. The human population has been decimated by ...

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

The Hobbit is a book by J R R Tolkien, that was written as a bedtime story for his son and is a more light hearted prequel to his opus magnum The Lord of the Rings.  It tells the story of how a Hobbi...