Here is a recent poetic video I have made. Please be kind it's the first time I've tried this.
Stephen King’s It, Horror Film of the Year?
Opening in the UK on the 8th of September well before horror season truly starts, I predict ‘It’ will be the horror film of the year. One of my most anticipated films of the year ‘It’ is set to break horror box office records and the box office record for a September opening weekend. The... Continue Reading →
The Dark Tower a Disappointed Review
My Friday film this week took the shape of The Dark Tower. The adaptation by Nickolaj Arcel features Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey. The film flips between worlds names Keystone Earth and Midworld as characters attempt to save the mysterious Tower. I was not very excited for this film after seeing the trailer, however many... Continue Reading →
Annabelle: Creation, How I Knew I was a Wimp
Annabelle: Creation, another instalment in the Conjuring and Annabelle franchise created by director David F. Stanburg was released August 11th. After the success of the other films, the winning formula for creating fear is put to work once again. However it may seem that this formula is becoming tired, as many find this film boring... Continue Reading →
Atomic Blonde Spoiler Free Review
The summer is coming to a close with mystery thriller Atomic Blonde featuring Charlize Theron in lead role as Lorrain Broughton a British spy sent to West Berlin to recover some important information. Based on the graphic novel series The Coldest City the film is created by John Wick director David Leitch. Highly hyped up... Continue Reading →
Dunkirk the Cinematic Experience of the Year
Christopher Nolan, in his new epic Dunkirk, brings his genius to a poignant and touching subject with a class that is unparalleled in the war film genre. The fantastic line up of both seasoned and new actors could not have been chosen better. The film relies on nothing else but the emotional and raw realities... Continue Reading →
It Comes At Night Review
Terry Shults’ suspenseful horror It Comes At Night revolves around a family in their efforts to stay alive and safe in a world ravaged by a mysterious disease. The film has been met with many good critical reviews despite it being advertised very little and having a limited release. This description led me to be... Continue Reading →
Spoiler-free Spiderman: Homecoming Review
The Marvel universe returns in summer blockbuster Spiderman: Homecoming. Following a preview of the character last year in Captain America: Civil War, Tom Holland’s Spiderman really comes into his own this year in the solo feature film. The film centres around Peter Parker learning to be superhero and fighting the big guys against the wishes... Continue Reading →
Why Do They Keep Making Spiderman Films?
John Watts’ Spider-Man: Homecoming comes out on the 7th of July bringing a new character to further into the Disney Marvel Studios universe. However this is not a new character for marvel fans at all, in fact since the turn of the century there have been two previous incarnations of the web slinging teenager. Then... Continue Reading →
Baby Driver Spoiler-Free Review
Edgar Wright’s new action blockbuster Baby Driver was released into UK cinemas today. After all the hype online from both the press and celebrity fans, I just had to go see it. Wright is best known for his collaboration on the Cornetto Trilogy with Simon Pegg, this film is change of pace for the director... Continue Reading →