2017 has been a strong year, especially in the summer blockbuster department. It has now come to that time of the year where we look back and decide which 10 films have caught our eye so far. 1. Dunkirk – Director Christopher Nolan has delivered again. His use of practical effects come to fruitition in… Continue reading Crow’s Must See Films of 2017 So Far!
by Ian Morton Last session on the list, here is what we thought: Save Director: Iván Sáinz-Pardo A super short in every sense of the word, Save brings an epically detailed narrative that will leave you both shocked and intrigued. While it ticks all the boxes, impressive cinematography and claustrophobic camera work is certainly… Continue reading Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 4 Review
by Ian Crow Two sessions down, here’s what we thought of the third: In Retrospect Director: Rick McCullagh Starting off session three was the psychological drama, In Retrospect. A story about a young woman struggling to deal with the death of her partner is offered a new drug designed to reconstruct memories and supposed to… Continue reading Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 3 Review
by Ian Morton As the third day kicked off, the audience were finally given a chance to sit down with the showcase. Here’s what we thought of the second session: Plane Director: Jonas Dinal Although it’s impossible to deny the skill both in front of and behind the camera, there was just something about… Continue reading Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 2 Review
by Ian Crow As the third day kicked off, the audience were finally given a chance to sit down with the showcase. With the first of four sessions lined up, here’s what we thought of the opening films: Gone Director: Julian Remundi Getting the festival off the ground was the short mystery, Gone. After coming… Continue reading Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 1 Review
Brett Easton Ellis is one of the most controversial and fanatic about detail. That is evident in his book American Psycho, easily one of the best books I have ever read and that was down to interesting characters, dialogue and description of Patrick Bateman’s world and his views. Straight off the bat, a film adaptation… Continue reading Ian Crow’s Film Masterclass #7 – American Psycho (2000)
Its been a strange year for the film industry – studios have realized franchises may not be the golden tickets they once thought, remakes are seemingly not worth the time and original/18 rated adventures have seen somewhat of a revival. With all that in mind, its once again the end of another cinema year and… Continue reading Top 10 films of the year – The Big Dudes perspective!
Film masterclass is back! After a short period of time from releasing my next addition to my favourite movies of all-time, I feel the time is right to release my thoughts on 1999’s The Blair Witch Project. With the sequel to the movie coming imminently, I will tell you why The Blair Witch Project is… Continue reading Ian Crow’s Film Masterclass #6 – The Blair Witch Project (1999)
Sequels, Reboots, Re-Imagined. These are probably three of the most commonly used words in Hollywood right now. Those words are used to sell movies to try to bring audiences to cinema screens again. We live in a world where sequels are desperately turned around in a very short amount of time to make a quick… Continue reading What Makes a Good Sequel?
With The Shallows reigniting people’s fear of the water, AllthingsmoviesUK decided this was the best time to take a look at the most badass animals in film. Ranking the top 10 we have taken into account animal type as well as the relative damage they do on screen. For this reason, all fantasy type… Continue reading Top 10 badass animals in movies