47 Metres Down Review

By Ian Crow The summer blockbusters are steam rolling their way through cinemas. Sometimes it’s nice to break away from the blockbusters that clutter the schedule during the summer. Out of nowhere, an independent horror/drama has arrived and it really impressed me. 47 Metres Down, directed and written by British director Johannes Roberts, the film… Continue reading 47 Metres Down Review

Crow’s Must See Films of 2017 So Far!

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!

War for the Planet of the Apes Review

By Ian Crow Undoubtedly, one of the most anticipated sequels in the past few years. Caesar and his army of apes return for the third installment in the Planet of the Apes series. Following on from the events of Dawn, we pick up quickly with Caesar and company as they plan their future without the… Continue reading War for the Planet of the Apes Review

All Eyez on Me Review

By Ian Crow Jumping on the success of Straight Outta Compton, All Eyez on Me is the biopic of one of the most highly influential rappers in the 90’s. Still to this day, people talk about Tupac Shakur, whether it’s his music or the unsolved murder that people still theorize about. All Eyez on Me… Continue reading All Eyez on Me 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

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

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

Logan Review

By Ian Morton In Logan, we finally get the brutally raw, hauntingly gritty and heartrendingly emotional story the character deserves. Loosely based on the comic, ‘Old Man Logan’, the plot follows The Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) as he struggles to care for a deteriorating Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and escort a young mutant to safety in the… Continue reading Logan Review

Patriots Day Review

By Ian Crow After only a mere four years since the incident, Hollywood has decided to make a film about the Boston marathon bombings. I feel that the dust needs to settle before making a film about a sensitive subject, yet the Americans love to make them. I had to admit though; once I saw… Continue reading Patriots Day Review

Hidden Figures Review

By Ian Morton Hidden Figures is one of the surprise hits of the Oscar season with a great little story, solid direction and impressive performances from the lead cast. Based on true events, the story follows the vital role 3 female African-American mathematicians had within NASA during the 1960’s ‘space race’. With relatively little experience behind… Continue reading Hidden Figures Review