I’m sure that by now, you’ve heard of this rush of celebrities (mostly old white guys) being accused of sexual harassment and rape. Continue reading “Everyone’s a creep now.”
Since my last post about the Criterion Collection where I listed 10 films I thought fit their criteria, they actually added one of the films I suggested… Continue reading “9 More Films for the Criterion Collection”
The 31st of October is upon us and thanks to American commercialism and a compulsive need for humans to seek out the thrill of being terrified; we have a whole day dedicated to the spooky things in life.
This day is known as Halloween and for film buffs, it’s an easy excuse to pop in our favourite scary flick. For some, this could be Psycho, The Exorcist or even Halloween. And for some, it could be a time for more family friendly ventures such as The Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus or The Addams Family. Continue reading “What is the perfect Halloween film?”
So I’ve been fairly lax on writing for the blog in the past few months; mainly due to study priorities and a larger focus on producing video revie- VIDEO REVIEWS!
I’ve been wanting to produce video reviews ever since the days preceding this blog, and now that I feel I have a slight knowledge of how to operate Final Cut Pro, I’ve made a few.
I’ll leave a link for my channel at the bottom of this post but more importantly… what does this mean for the blog? Continue reading “What’s been happening? (and what’s going to happen?)”
Honestly, I look back on my decision to watch The Emoji Movie and I think about how many minutes would’ve been saved if the cashier had ripped up my money, spat on my Hoyts Rewards Card and then sent me outside. Continue reading “The Emoji Movie (my try at a video review)”
Logan Lucky is the latest heist delight from Steven Soderbergh (director of the famous Ocean’s trilogy of heist films) and it stars Channing Tatum as Jimmy Logan, a down-on-his-luck laborer who needs money to afford a lawyer so that he can get full custody of his daughter. He recruits his brother (a one-armed bartending Adam Driver) and local incarcerated explosives expert Joe Bang (Daniel Craig) to assist him in pulling off a heist underneath a Coca-Cola 600 race. That’s right. Underneath. Continue reading “Ocean’s 7-11 [REVIEW]”
People say first impressions are the most important and for most situations, this is probably true. But with films, it’s different. Entering a cinema, you’ve almost already made a commitment to stay in an allocated seat for a couple of hours while you’re either whisked away into a mystical land of escapism or you’re bored stiff: constantly checking your watch; shovelling away at your popcorn; and thinking about the fact that you didn’t buy a ticket for Baby Driver. Continue reading “Top 7 Worst Film Endings”