Red Sparrow Review

by Ian Morton The current assassin-centric, espionage thriller genre (quite the mouthful) has seen somewhat of a revival over the last few years. The fantastically brutal John Wick was a sleeper hit way back in 2014 that found such success that it not only managed to breed a sequel, it also spawned a variety of films… Continue reading Red Sparrow Review

Loving Review

By Ian Crow As February rolls around, the Oscar bait films are still being released. It’s a weird month full of absolute tosh and last-minute push for people to see the award nominated films. Loving is one of those, only nominated for the one Oscar for leading actress Ruth Negga. Whereas Joel Edgerton missed out… Continue reading Loving Review

The Gift review

Is The Gift the one that keeps giving or does it make you wish you had the receipt? Joel Edgerton is not usually known for his directing, but after sitting down with The Gift, I can honestly say that he should get in that seat more! The Gift follows Simon (Jason Bateman) and his wife… Continue reading The Gift review

Exodus: Gods and Kings Review

Exodus: Gods & Kings, plastered all over your TV screens showing off the epic trailer which shows ‘The Director of Gladiator’; and forever will Ridley Scott be cursed with that tag line. If you don’t know already, Exodus follows the story of Moses who is a general and a member of the royal family alongside… Continue reading Exodus: Gods and Kings Review