• Hustlers

    Hustlers Review

    Wednesday, September 11, 2019

    Strip clubs – we’ve all been to them and we’ve all hated them. But not if it’s 2007 and J Lo is shaking her assets in your face, as i found out in Hustlers.

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  • Long Shot Blu-ray Review

    Monday, September 9, 2019

    As a huge Seth Rogen fan, even I was sceptical when I heard about his involvement in new romantic comedy with Charlize Theron, Long Shot.

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  • IT Chapter Two Review

    Friday, September 6, 2019

    In this golden age of bojo the tory clown, it’s nice to have a clown you can actually rely on… like Pennywise, the murderous clown in It Chapter Two.

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  • The Informer Review

    Friday, August 30, 2019

    For those of a certain vintage, the word informer only ever conjures up one thing. Alas, The Informer
    isn’t an in depth documentary on how some second generation Irish immigrant came to corner the white boy reggae market.

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  • Mid90s Blu-ray Review

    Monday, August 26, 2019

    Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s is about so much more than the middle of the, ah, nineties.

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  • Hail Satan Review

    Friday, August 23, 2019

    I was a teenage satanist… well, not exactly, but being the only person at school who wore an Iron Maiden t-shirt and had long hair certainly drew the satanist accusation from my peers. Which makes me the perfect person to review Hail Satan!

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  • In Bruges Blu-ray Review

    Monday, August 19, 2019

    If the idea of Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes playing a trio of foul mouthed hitmen shooting up Bruges puts a smile on your face, then Martin McDonagh’s In Bruges is the film for you.

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  • Blinded-By-The-Light

    Blinded By The Light Review

    Friday, August 9, 2019

    You can’t start a fire without a spark. That’s just good science. For Javed – who dreams of escaping his dreary hometown of Luton and becoming a writer – that spark is Bruce Springsteen, as we discover in Blinded By The Light.

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  • The Current War Review

    Wednesday, July 24, 2019

    How many geniuses does it take to change the light bulb? Three, according to the star studded movie The Current War, which plots the battle between Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse and Nikola Tesla to bring electricity to America.

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  • Border Blu-ray Review

    Monday, July 15, 2019

    Feeling different from the rest of society isn’t something I find hard to relate to, although I’m hoping it’s not because I resemble a troll. Having watched Border, maybe I’m not the one who gets to make that decision.

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Hustlers
Sep
11

Hustlers Review

Strip clubs – we’ve all been to them and we’ve all hated them. But not if it’s 2007 and J Lo is shaking her assets in your face, as i found out in Hustlers.

Read More
Sep
9

Long Shot Blu-ray Review

As a huge Seth Rogen fan, even I was sceptical when I heard about his involvement in new romantic comedy with Charlize Theron, Long Shot.

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Sep
6

IT Chapter Two Review

In this golden age of bojo the tory clown, it’s nice to have a clown you can actually rely on… like Pennywise, the murderous clown in It Chapter Two.

Read More
Aug
30

The Informer Review

For those of a certain vintage, the word informer only ever conjures up one thing. Alas, The Informer
isn’t an in depth documentary on how some second generation Irish immigrant came to corner the white boy reggae market.

Read More
Aug
26

Mid90s Blu-ray Review

Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s is about so much more than the middle of the, ah, nineties.

Read More
Aug
23

Hail Satan Review

I was a teenage satanist… well, not exactly, but being the only person at school who wore an Iron Maiden t-shirt and had long hair certainly drew the satanist accusation from my peers. Which makes me the perfect person to review Hail Satan!

Read More
Blinded-By-The-Light
Aug
9

Blinded By The Light Review

You can’t start a fire without a spark. That’s just good science. For Javed – who dreams of escaping his dreary hometown of Luton and becoming a writer – that spark is Bruce Springsteen, as we discover in Blinded By The Light.

Read More
Jul
12

The Dead Don’t Die Review

A bunch of braindead, mindless zombies hellbent on bringing about the end of the world and feasting on the remains. No, I’m not talking about the tory party and their swivel eyed brexiteer loons, but Jim Jarmusch’s new film The Dead Don’t Die.

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