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

Power Rangers (2017) Review

By Ian Morton Power Rangers is a tale of two halves. The first being a relatively fun introduction to the characters and the second, some of the worst film making in the last 10 years. Attempting to bring the franchise to a new audience, Power Rangers tells the origin of Sabans classic characters as they take… Continue reading Power Rangers (2017) Review

Get Out Review

By Ian Crow Great horror films are always very hard to come by. Normally we are only blessed with maybe two, or if we’re extremely lucky, three good horror movies in one calendar year. Now, a lot of the time you do get some great horror movies come out that I instantly love, for example… Continue reading Get Out Review

Free Fire Review

By Ian Crow British director and writer Ben Wheatley is back with his new film Free Fire. Following on from his mildly disappointing outing in High Rise, we get a glimpse of the Ben Wheatley I love in this picture. Set in Boston in the year of 1978, a meeting between two gangs in a… Continue reading Free Fire 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

The Great Wall Review

By Ian Morton Despite The Great Wall suffering tremendously from underdeveloped plot lines, it’s easy to follow nature does just enough to make it passable for a lazy Sunday afternoon in front of the box. Mercenaries William (Matt Damon) and Tovar (Pedro Pascal) find themselves in the middle of an age old battle between The Nameless… Continue reading The Great Wall Review