Scott Pilgrim vs The World (2010)

Scott Pilgrim vs The World, for me, is potentially the most entertaining film in recent memory. Adapted from the graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O'Malley, the director of the Three Flavours Cornetto (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The Worlds End) trilogy Edgar Wright tried his hand at adapted the works. From the opening title, an 8-bit Universal... Continue Reading →

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The Hateful Eight (2016)

Set deep in the mountains of Wyoming is Quentin Tarantino's eighth (supposedly, depending on how you look at it) film. The Hateful Eight was first announced a few years back when the screenplay was first leaked, much to Tarantino's disgust, whereby he actually cancelled the planned release. Bringing aboard again, the familiar names with Tarantino films, like... Continue Reading →

Room (2016)

There are potential spoilers in this review, however, I thoroughly recommend seeing this film before reading any reviews (and trying to watch any clips from it) Over the last twelve months at the cinema I have seen the most entertaining piece of cinema in Mad Max: Fury Road, a nostalgic trip back to a galaxy far, far away and... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

That moment the Lucasfilm logo appear on the screen I was already beaming from ear to ear. Immediately I was transported to a galaxy far, far away and the nostalgic memories of watching the original trilogy on VHS all those years ago rushed back. Of course, the moment the release date was edging closer there was a... Continue Reading →

Ex Machina (2015)

Alex Garland has potentially produced and directed one of the finest but ominous films of the 21st Century. I realise I am a little late to the Ex Machina appreciation party. It doesn't stop said appreciated for Garland creating an eery look into the potential future of artificial intelligence. It's only until the credits rolled up and... Continue Reading →

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