*NEW* Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer!

The NEW trailer for Marvel Avengers Age of Ultron trailer has arrived! The trailer is full of new footage and many laughs throughout! But its something you may want to avoid if you don’t want to see anymore footage of the upcoming film! Avengers: Age of Ultron hits cinemas in the UK at the end… Continue reading *NEW* Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer!

Focus Review

‘Focus’ is the new crime, drama, comedy, romantic film starring Will Smith who plays Nicky Spurgeon, who is the mastermind con artist roaming the streets of America who takes on local petty thief/con artist in Margot Robbie’s character Jess Barrett. As they become the crime duo, they face obstacles that they haven’t faced in their… Continue reading Focus Review

Bruce Short Film by Ian Crow & Ian Morton

To celebrate a year of our short film being released to the internet, we wanted to share our first efforts to you, our followers exclusively through our website! Made on a shoe string budget and a second hand camera, we molded a script based on our biggest influences in film such as Fight Club, Drive… Continue reading Bruce Short Film by Ian Crow & Ian Morton

The Theory of Everything Review

The Theory of Everything tells the gentle becoming’s of one of the greatest thinkers of our generation, but is it worth the watch? Lets find out…. The story centres around Stephen Hawking and his journey through Academia and his battle with Lou Gerhig’s disease (A form of Motor Neurone diseases). The film as a whole… Continue reading The Theory of Everything Review

Oscars 2015 Predictions & Discussion Part 2 with Taller/Darker/Stranger!

The concluding part of our Oscars collaboration with Taller/Darker/Stranger. What do you guys think, should we get more drunk next year? Vote now!

Boyhood Review

Richard Linklater already boasts an incredible list of films; The Before trilogy, Bernie, Dazed and Confused, A Scanner Darkly and now his best yet. Without doubt, the most challenging and rewarding project yet, Boyhood. Richard Linklater announced the project back in 2002, stating that he wanted to be able to tell the story of a… Continue reading Boyhood Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel Review

I have never seen a film quite like this. Wes Anderson’s brilliant and goddamn beautiful ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ pulled everyone in the screen into a state of hypnosis with his breathtakingly bright colour palette and some simple, but superb little perfections such as the stitching of the word ‘Lobby Boy’ on Zero’s hat. Wes… Continue reading The Grand Budapest Hotel Review