REVIEW: It Chapter Two (Spoiler Free)

Twenty seven years is so specific... couldn't it have just been rounded up to thirty? *Almost* three decades after the last sighting of the demonic clown, Pennywise, the now middle-aged members of the Losers Club are forced to return to their hometown of Derry to confront It whom seemingly has resurfaced. Following on from the … Continue reading REVIEW: It Chapter Two (Spoiler Free)


RANKED: August Releases of 2019 (Recap)

There was quite an assortment for this month; some noticeable directors at play here, including Quentin Tarantino, Ari Aster, David Leitch and Makoto Shinkai. And from that assortment we got some real auteurs delivering some real works of art... and, of course, I am talking about the month's resident Fast & Furious spin-off. But hey, in … Continue reading RANKED: August Releases of 2019 (Recap)

The Incredible Hulk Dilemma in Avengers: Endgame

So, I was re-watching Avengers: Endgame the other day for the first time since I saw it in the cinema and I seemingly stumbled across a problem. You see, initially I came out of Endgame loving the film, specifically as an ode to the original six Avengers… well, at least four of them. I went … Continue reading The Incredible Hulk Dilemma in Avengers: Endgame

REVIEW: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Spoiler Free)

Once upon a time in Hollywood, foot fetishes were a BIG deal. It's 1969 in the star-studded city of Hollywood where the has-been TV actor, Rick Dalton, and his stunt double, Cliff Booth, navigate their way through an ever-changing landscape in the notorious year of love, death and the American Dream. The newest feature from … Continue reading REVIEW: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Spoiler Free)

REVIEW: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (Spoiler Free)

Remind me again why this franchise isn't just called One Punch Man at this stage? A genetically-engineered mercenary, leading a terrorist organisation, hunts a deadly virus predicted to cause global annihilation... the world's only hope? Well Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw, of course. The first in what I predict to be a slew of nonsense Fast & Furious spinoffs, Hobbs … Continue reading REVIEW: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (Spoiler Free)

REVIEW: Booksmart

So... Superbad but equality flavoured? Its the eve of their high school graduation as best friends, Molly and Amy, two academic, high achievers, decide to conclude their teenage years with a night of heavy partying. In Olivia Wilde's directorial debut, Booksmart, audiences are asked the question: what if Superbad was made with a bit of artistic flare? A stylised, sweet … Continue reading REVIEW: Booksmart