The Greatest Showman Review

by Ian Morton Now that La La Land has reinvigorated the musical, it was only a matter of time before rival studios jumped on the proverbial bandwagon to take advantage of the resurrected genre. With many productions in development across all major studios, it’s 20th Century Fox out the gate first with the entertaining but largely… Continue reading The Greatest Showman Review

Top 10 films of 2017 – The Big Dudes Perspective!

by Ian Morton Another interesting year has come and gone with some serious ups and downs for film fans. Studios have merged, records broken and the unexpected has become the new norm. As we start the countdown to a new year, it seems fitting to sum up the one before with the best films of 2017,… Continue reading Top 10 films of 2017 – The Big Dudes Perspective!

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

By Ian Crow The wait is over. 2 years have passed since the last episode of Star Wars and we are now halfway through the new trilogy. The Last Jedi picks up immediately after the events of The Force Awakens. Rey finds the estranged Luke Skywalker to ask for help against the First Order, Finn… Continue reading Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

The Disaster Artist Review

by Ian Morton Synonymous amongst movie fans, The Room has and will forever be known as the ‘best worst movie ever’. Since its release back in 2003, audiences have watched in awe as a series of illogical events unfold into unintentional hilarity, with the film eventually becoming a cult phenomenon and a ‘must watch’ for any… Continue reading The Disaster Artist Review

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

The sequel to the much loved original Jumanji is due to be released this December. With a release date of the 20th in the UK, it’s firmly set it’s eyes on the demographic of young children and the families over the Christmas holidays. After the sad passing of Robin Williams, the sequel looked set to… Continue reading Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

Molly’s Game Review

By Ian Crow Well known in Hollywood for his incredible writing duties, Aaron Sorkin has stepped behind the camera for the first time to direct the biographical events of Molly Bloom. Once an Olympic skier, she was fatally injured in a crash at the Winter Olympics which then ended her career. Portrayed by the ever… Continue reading Molly’s Game Review

Justice League Review

By Ian Crow the 5th film to enter the DCEU, Justice League is the all-star match up of some of the greatest heroes that DC comics have to offer. Whether it’s something that we’re ready for is another matter. Following an incredibly turbulent and torrid start to starting its universe, Justice League looks to bat… Continue reading Justice League Review

Thor: Ragnarok Review

by Ian Morton Bridging the gap to its past while attempting to stand on its own, Thor: Ragnarok is a riotously fun trip back to Asgard that has an interesting story, great use of characters and a truly infectious sense of humour. Returning to Asgard following a quest to seek out the infamous infinity stones, Thor… Continue reading Thor: Ragnarok Review

Jigsaw (2017) Review

By Ian Crow Tobin Bell has been quoted this week to say that this new Saw movie is “Ground-breaking”. To use those words to describe the first film in the franchise for seven years is beyond idiotic. Whether he has become mentally insane or he is on some seriously hard-core drugs to think its ground-breaking… Continue reading Jigsaw (2017) Review

Happy Death Day Review

By Ian Crow I can’t remember the last time that I saw a trailer of a film where I thought it looked like an interesting concept but on the flip side, looked absolutely appalling. This might be the best time to introduce the latest horror film to hit cinema screens, Happy Death Day. If you… Continue reading Happy Death Day Review