Blade Runner 2049 Review

By Ian Crow Known as one of the greatest Sci-Fi movies ever made, Blade Runner also has one of the more fascinating histories of any film. Multiple cuts are available to buy and watch as Ridley Scott struggled to get his true vision out there. Many decades later, the final cut is out and Blade… Continue reading Blade Runner 2049 Review

The Dark Tower Review

By Ian Crow Based on the extremely popular and successful book by Stephen King, The Dark Tower has finally hit the big screen. Years and years of anticipation of bringing the much-loved characters to life has finally arrived. But is it the film that everyone has been waiting for? Dating back to as far as… Continue reading The Dark Tower 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!

Book of Henry Review

By Ian Morton Book of Henry does a stellar job at playing the heartstrings, but the frequent waves of emotion only hide a mixed and disjointed plot. After discovering his next door neighbour is being abused by her father, a young boy, his mother and younger brother hatch a plan to rescue her at any cost.… Continue reading Book of Henry Review

Cell Review

Stephen King is one of the greatest writers and has been for decades. His work has been adapted many times including The Shining, Carrie and It. The latest book of his to be adapted is his 2006’s novel Cell. Not following in the steps of the brilliant adaptations of his work, Cell has to be… Continue reading Cell Review

Me Before You Review

Me Before You takes all the good elements of a chick flick and tells a heart warming story that successfully aligns all elements to produce one of the more superior comedy-dramas of the year. After losing her job, Louisa Clark (Emilia Clark) is hired as a care assistant to the recently disabled Will Traynor (Sam… Continue reading Me Before You Review

Child 44 Review

‘Child 44’ is the new film by director Daniel Espinosa whose previous work includes ‘Safe House’ back in 2012 and the Swedish hit ‘Easy Money’ back in 2010. Starring Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace, Vincent Cassell, Charles Dance, Paddy Considine and Joel Kinnaman; the film follows a disgraced MGB agent named Leo Demidov (Tom… Continue reading Child 44 Review

Fifty Shades of Grey Review

The worldwide phenomenon, mummy-porn, Twilight fan fiction, erotic drama; it doesn’t matter what you label it, either way, it’s going to be a humungous hit at the box-office and will send peoples pulses through the roof, especially if you’re a fan of the books.  Before its first day on general release worldwide, ‘Fifty Shades of… Continue reading Fifty Shades of Grey Review

Gone Girl Review

David Fincher is back with his 10th feature film and in my personal opinion, his best without a doubt! Gone Girl is the adaptation of the book of the same name which was written by Gillian Flynn, and this is where all the boxes start to be ‘ticked’. David Fincher allowed Gillian Flynn to write… Continue reading Gone Girl Review

Wild Review

Jean Marc Vallee delivered of one my favourite films of last year in ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ which gained recognition for its acting and editing at the Academy Awards last year to which was deserving; this year, one of my favourite breakthrough directors has released ‘Wild’ which stars Reese Witherspoon in the leading role as she… Continue reading Wild Review