Spiderman Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review

Peter Parker doesn’t want to be an Avenger. He wants to be a 16-year-old schoolboy from Queens, travelling through Europe for the summer. He wants his first girlfriend. And he wants to get over the l...
Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel – Review

I’m going to hold my hands up. Prior to yesterday’s viewing, I was deeply sceptical about Captain Marvel. I was worried that, instead of being pure, superhero fun, that it was going to be a moralisti...

Glass – Review

M. Night Shyamalan brings his Eastrail 177 Trilogy to a close almost two decades after the first instalment. 2017’s Split proved to be a surprise sequel to 2000’s Unbreakable, promising that worlds w...

Unbreakable – Review

With Glass due to hit cinemas this week, we take a look back at the first film in the unexpected trilogy, Unbreakable. Released in 2000, riding on the heels of The Sixth Sense, it was marketed as a p...

Kong: Skull Island Review

Kong: Skull Island is the blockbuster debut for director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, and his first film since his coming of age drama Kings of Summer two years ago. Despite Kong being typical for the genre,...

New Releases For January

UK cinema releases in January is the traditional time for the serious award contenders to get wide releases. The award buzz is usually in full effect by this point and some films have been nominated ...

The Hateful Eight

The Hateful Eight didn’t have the easiest of Gestation periods for a film. Before a frame was even shot the script was leaked online causing Quentin Tarantino having to be talked out of scrappi...

Barely Lethal

Movie studios are always on the look out for a new franchise opportunity. Especially if it involves getting that all important teen demographic into the cinema. On paper, the new film Barely Lethal f...