Bill Murray is a hard actor to get a hold off. He has no voicemail, email, phone or agent; and he seems to pop up whenever he sees a script worth working for and this time round it’s the unknown writer and director Theodore Melfi whose screenplay for St. Vincent was included on the Hollywood… Continue reading St. Vincent Review
Mr. Chapel from Taller/Darker/Stranger drops in to reminisce about an old classic: 1979’s PHANTASM!
Did you miss the creepy catacombs chiller AS ABOVE, SO BELOW the first time round? Don’t worry, Mr. Chapel’s got you covered!
The trailer has arrived for Kenneth Branagh’s live action remake of the Disney animated classic Cinderella. If it follows suit with the previous Disney films that have been released in the past couple of years, Cinderella is poised to be the box-office queen when it hits cinemas next year!
What’s the worst film you’ve ever seen? Mr.Chapel from Taller/Darker/Stranger may just have drilled through to a brand new rock bottom…
Rob is churning out the reviews this week, and his new one is Starry Eyes! Check out his video review below!
Soul brother, the godfather of Funk, the hardest working man in show business, sex machine, or you can just call him James Brown. Mr. Brown was always well known for his high-octane performances, drenched in sweat and releasing pure energy and passion through the audience and his band, but life wasn’t always so easy. Growing… Continue reading Get On Up Review
The first review from our brother/sister site Taller/Darker/Stranger has released his first review! Check out the link below!
Tom Hardy is a hard-working man at the moment; since his worldwide breakthrough in Inception back in 2010, he will of starred in 15 feature films when 2015 comes to a close; and in nearly every single one of them, barring This Means War, his performances are absolutely brilliant. In every single film he completely… Continue reading The Drop Review
Biopics have been made through the years telling the stories of Kings (The Kings Speech), Queens (Elizabeth) and even presidents in many adaptations in that genre. Personally, biopics should be made about someone truly special, and made a big difference to the world that we currently live in. Alan Turing is by far, the greatest… Continue reading The Imitation Game Review