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: Midsommar (Spoiler Free)

And there I was just waiting for Nic Cage to show up in a bear suit... After suffering through a family tragedy, the unstable Dani joins her partner and his friends on a retreat to Sweden to take part in a rural hometown's idyllic but also, simultaneously, devilish midsummer festival. From the mind of Ari … Continue reading REVIEW: Midsommar (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

REVIEW: Spider-Man: Far From Home (Spoiler Free)

Marvel flavoured Donnie Darko. Whilst on a two-week European summer field trip with his classmates, Peter Parker is recruited by Nick Fury to confront interdimensional elemental monsters, alongside a mysterious ally known primarily as Mr. Beck. Months after the cataclysmic concluding chapter to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Endgame, it would seem Sony thought it to … Continue reading REVIEW: Spider-Man: Far From Home (Spoiler Free)

REVIEW: Child’s Play (Spoiler Free)

Chucky would 100% make Woody reach for the sky. The 13-year-old Andy, along with his family and friends, are terrorised by a high-tech doll that becomes self-aware after it rejects its programming. Another year, another horror reboot. Bringing back the cheesy 80s slasher gorefest, 2019's Child's Play operated exactly as you would expect: a perfectly fine … Continue reading REVIEW: Child’s Play (Spoiler Free)

REVIEW: Men In Black: International (Spoiler Free)

Hey Hollywood, couldn't you just have thrown some money at Marvel to make a Secret Invasion adaptation starring Thor and Valkyrie? Its basically the same thing. Tasked to serve and protect the Earth from within the shadows, the Men in Black face the shape-shifting intergalactic force, the Hive, leading Agents H and M on a … Continue reading REVIEW: Men In Black: International (Spoiler Free)