Book of Henry Review

By Ian Morton Book of Henry does a stellar job at playing the heartstrings, but the frequent waves of emotion only hide a mixed and disjointed plot. After discovering his next door neighbour is being abused by her father, a young boy, his mother and younger brother hatch a plan to rescue her at any cost.… Continue reading Book of Henry Review

It Comes At Night Review

By Ian Morton With a breath of fresh air, It Comes At Night takes inspiration from some of the more classic horror tropes, relying on simple methods to get the job done. While struggling to survive in a post-epidemic ridden world, a small family and their way of life is changed forever when a new set… Continue reading It Comes At Night Review

Wonder Woman (2017) Review

The DCEU has come under intense scrutiny since the universe first started. Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad equally shared a fist full of punches from every angle towards the finished products. Lack of story, albeit, maybe a bad telling of potentially a good story in both of the films and over dramatized moments have… Continue reading Wonder Woman (2017) Review

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Review

By Ian Morton The fifth entry in the franchise will keep fans happy but ultimately sinks to the far depths with a lack of plot development and all too familiar set pieces. A cursed pirate hunter and his crew are released from the Devils Triangle to take revenge on the one that put them there –… Continue reading Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Review

War Machine Review

by Ian Morton War Machine promises a lot but struggles to find its footing both tonally and within its central plot. General Glen McMahon is a decorated war hero, enlisted to end the war in Afghanistan after a gruelling 8 years of war. Taking over from previous efforts, the plot follows the general as he attempts… Continue reading War Machine Review

Baywatch (2017) Review

By Ian Crow Slow motion running, tight red swimming suits, Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff. 90’s America became obsessed with the hit TV show based around a lifeguard group in LA. Soon that obsession spread worldwide and it became one of the most iconic TV shows around. Very much in its time, Baywatch is a… Continue reading Baywatch (2017) Review

Alien: Covenant Review

By Ian Crow Following the initial mixed reception for Prometheus, the Alien franchise continues with Alien: Covenant. I feel like I’m in the minority by stating that I really enjoyed Prometheus. I enjoyed the exploration of the mythology of the Xenomorphs and Ridley Scott’s interpretation of how humans were created. Prometheus was harshly criticized for… Continue reading Alien: Covenant Review

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Review

By Ian Morton King Arthur certainly has some of the signature moments a Guy Ritchie films offers, but an unfortunate lack of meaningful narrative won’t rank this high on the directors list. Embellishing on the folklore, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword tells the story of the titles namesake on his quest to become King of… Continue reading King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 Review

By Ian Crow 2014 was the year that was going to define the future of Marvel studios. Their first new story of characters to be introduced to the big screen was going to be tricky. Moving away from the conventional and typical Marvel superheroes like Iron Man and Captain America, this was Marvel first big… Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 Review

Sandy Wexler Review – Netflix Exclusive!

By Ian Morton Just over 2 hours of your life you will never get back! Adam Sandler stars as down and out talent agent Sandler Wexler as he represents some of the more eccentric acts in 80’s/90’s Hollywood. After discovering a talented singer at his local theme park (Jennifer Hudson), Wexler not only finds his latest… Continue reading Sandy Wexler Review – Netflix Exclusive!

The Fate of the Furious Review

By Ian Crow The family are back for the eighth instalment in the Fast and Furious series. Saying that there are eight Fast and Furious movies is an incredible thing to say…right? I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not, but anyway. The new film follows directly from the ending of the previous… Continue reading The Fate of the Furious Review

The Discovery Review – Netflix Exclusive!

By Ian Morton A messy ending doesn’t quite do enough to save the brooding drama about life after death. After discovering the existence of an afterlife, Neurosurgeon Will (Jason Segel) goes to meet with his scientist father, Thomas (Robert Redford) as the world comes to grips with the idea that life is not the end. Many… Continue reading The Discovery Review – Netflix Exclusive!

Ghost In The Shell (2017) Review

By Ian Crow Taking on one of the most adored anime movies and recreating it for the big screen is a huge task. Ghost in the Shell is known to be a favourite among many people including James Cameron. Known at the time for its visually pleasing look, Ghost in the Shell is a great… Continue reading Ghost In The Shell (2017) Review

The Lost City of Z Review

By Ian Morton Although a little overstretched at times, The Lost City of Z is a compelling look at one of the leading explorers of the early 20th Century. After an expedition to South America, Colonel Purcival Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) finds himself obsessed with the exploration of the Amazon on a quest to find a lost… Continue reading The Lost City of Z Review