2010's, Action, James Cameron, Science Fiction, Thriller

TERMINATOR: DARK FATE (2019) – ANALYSIS & REVIEW


2019 DIRECTOR: Tim Miller 70/100 A lot has been said about this film and indeed, the franchise's return as a whole. Following on from the soft, in more ways than one, reboot that was Terminator: Genisys back in 2015, this is one of those sequels which are really starting to piss me off! Not a… Continue reading TERMINATOR: DARK FATE (2019) – ANALYSIS & REVIEW

2010's, Drama, Thriller, War

THE COLDEST GAME (2019) – REVIEW


2019 DIRECTOR: Lucasz Kosmicki 29/100 Netflix may have had unprecedented success at this this year's award season, but films like this certainly are not the way forward... Contrived? This is the best word to describe this so called Cold War thiller. At face value it is an intriguing concept. Whist East and West are embroiled… Continue reading THE COLDEST GAME (2019) – REVIEW

1970's, 7 Candles, Horror, Thriller

THE WICKER MAN (1973) – REVIEW


  1973 DIRECTOR: Robin Hardy "Come. It is time to keep your appointment with the Wicker Man." Though we never even lay eyes on it until the final few moments of the film, the Wicker Man, both as pagan image and classic horror flick, has become an icon of the genre. But if you are… Continue reading THE WICKER MAN (1973) – REVIEW

1960's, 2010's, 7 Candles, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Comic Book, Historical, Marvel Comics, Science Fiction, Thriller, War

QUICK REVIEWS – WEEK ENDING 7/7/18


...and the films which I have seen this week are... This week was a very light week for me, the sun shining, the World Cup and Wimbledon taking me away from the big screen, but here are the 2 film which I can honestly say that I sat down to watch properly... BLACK PANTHER (2017)… Continue reading QUICK REVIEWS – WEEK ENDING 7/7/18

1950's, 6 Candles, Comedy, Drama, Romance, Thriller

THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY (1955) – REVIEW


1955 DIRECTOR: Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock's attempt at comedy; Blackest of black, certainly for the time in which this was shot, The Trouble With Harry is that like the majority of comedy vehicles, its shelf life was inevitably limited. The film's most notable boast is that it introduced Shirley MacLaine to the big screen in her… Continue reading THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY (1955) – REVIEW

2010's, 2016, 6 Candles, Action, Drama, Epic, Science Fiction, Thriller

INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE (3D)


2016 DIRECTOR: Roland Emmerich Twenty years have past since the alien invaders destroyed The White House and one of cinema's most outstanding and timeless special effects was premiered to the world. Two decades have also passed since we, the cinema going public, were exposed to Roland Emmerich's disaster movie meets alien invasion masterpiece. And for… Continue reading INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE (3D)

1960's, 8 Candles, Action, Adventure, CINERAMA, Comedy, Thriller

HOLIDAY IN SPAIN (SCENT OF MYSTERY) (CINERAMA)


1960 (Scent Of Mystery ~ 70mm/Smell-o-vision) 1962 (Holiday In Spain ~ (3-Strip & 70mm Cinerama) DIRECTOR: Jack Cardiff Contains spoilers!!! Where to start with this one. Beginning life with one supposedly revolutionary process, as the Smell-o-vision 70mm extravaganza in 1960, it would end up being re-cut into the then flailing widescreen format of Cinerama in… Continue reading HOLIDAY IN SPAIN (SCENT OF MYSTERY) (CINERAMA)

2010's, 7 Candles, Thriller

GONE GIRL


2014 DIRECTOR: David Fincher CONTAINS MAJOR SPOILERS! David Fincher is one of my top directors and his latest Oscar nominated hit, Gone Girl certainly maintains his style. But what of the substance? Based on the bestseller of the same name this is more in the vain of Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2008), rather than his… Continue reading GONE GIRL