REVIEW: Hellboy (Spoiler Free)

When you see Guillermo del Toro's face, I hope it gives you hell. When you walk Ron Perlman's way, I hope it gives you hell. Upon the return of an ancient sorceress, the paranormal investigator, Hellboy, finds himself torn between his human upbringings and the apocalyptic prophecy bound to his being. Ladies and gentlemen, the … Continue reading REVIEW: Hellboy (Spoiler Free)

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REVIEW: Missing Link

Here we go, another 'missing link' Hugh Jac- urm, I mean, P.T. Barnum, can exploit. An egotistical British explorer and naturalist, Sir Lionel Frost, agrees to escort the fabled American sasquatch - suitably referred to as Mr. Link - on a globe-trotting adventure to his distant Yeti relatives in the Himalayas. One of my more … Continue reading REVIEW: Missing Link

REVIEW: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

The film that killed Terry Gilliam... World famous filmmaker, Toby Grisoni, whilst on a retreat to Spain to film his new project, stumbles upon the ex-star of his student film, "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote", who's insanity has led him to believe himself to actually be the chivalrous, noble knight - Don Quixote. Ok so... … Continue reading REVIEW: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

REVIEW: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Awesome...? Plunged into a post-apocalyptic wasteland, the everyman, Emmet Brickowski, is forced to team up with the brave and fearless, Rex Dangervest, to save his friends from the dreaded Systar System, before the likes of Armamageddon reins down on their world. Let the record show that I honestly loved the first Lego Movie. An hilarious, satirical … Continue reading REVIEW: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part