Monthly archives: September 2016

Director: Christopher Smith Year: 2009 Starring: Melissa George, Joshua McIvor, Michael Dorman, Henry Nixon, Rachael Carpani, Liam Hemsworth Running Time: 99mins Triangle is part horror, part thriller and all mind-messingly complicated, if you try to get your head around what is going on. Jess is the mother of Tommy, a boy […]

Triangle Review

Release Date: March 31st 2017 So Paramount decided to keep is mysterious and not give out a proper trailer but five short clips of their new film. I loved the original anime film, but I don’t feel like this is going to destroy that memory. Scarlett Johansson looks ok in […]

Ghost in the Shell Trailers

Director: David Mackenzie Year: 2016 Starring: Chris Pine, Ben Foster, Jeff Bridges, Gil Birmingham Running Time: 102mins Hell or High Water follows the exploits of the Howard brothers, Tanner and Toby, as they rob various Texas Midland Banks. In a large chunk of irony, they are doing it to pay […]

Hell or High Water Review

Undermajordomo Minor is about a boy called Lucien (Lucy) Minor who is friendless and loveless in his home town. He decides to take employment in a remote castle assisting the majordomo (main servant) Mr Olderglough. Lucy’s tale follows his journey from Bury to Castle Van Aux, where he sets up […]

Undermajordomo Minor by Patrick DeWitt

Episodes: 31-34 Starring: Peter Haber, Mikael Persbrandt, Kristofer Hivju, Måns Nathanaelson, Anna Asp, Jonas Karlsson Having not watched the first volume, I come into this with no prior knowledge of the goings on of Martin Beck and his team.It doesn’t take long to find out that this is a well […]

Beck Volume 2 Review

In a film very reminiscent of The Edge of Tomorrow in terms of it’s themes, we meet Renton (Robbie Amell) and Hannah (Rachael Taylor) as they try to repel a group of unknown attackers. They have no idea why they are being attacked. The unfortunate thing is that this scenario repeats […]

ARQ Review

Director: Kristian Levring Year: 2014 Starring: Mads Mikkelsen, Eva Green, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Eric Cantona, Mikael Persbrandt, Jonathan Pryce Running Time: 92mins Jon Jensen (Mads Mikkelsen) is awaiting his wife and son to arrive in the Old West. He left them to make a better life for them all in […]

The Salvation Review

Director: Jaume Collet-Serra Starring: Blake Lively, Oscar Jaenada, Brett Cullen The Shallows starts out as a voyage of personal discovery for the reliable and very organised Nancy Adams played by Blake Lively. Following the death of her mother she has decided to take some time to reassess her life, find […]

The Shallows Review

  Before I realised it I was thinking that this would make a really good Christmas film, and lo and behold it is released just before Christmas! Quite an ensemble cast of big names, you certainly wouldn’t be left wanting for ability in this one. And a fairly decent idea, […]

Collateral Beauty Trailer

Creator: Malin-Sarah Gozin Starring: Barbara Sarafian, Kristine Van Pellicom, Ruth Becquart, Maaike Neuville, Inge Paulusson, Dirk Roofthooft, Geert Van Rampelberg, Robbie Cleiren   The Out-Laws begins with the funeral of Jean-Claude Delcorps, husband of Goedele, father of Bloeme and brother-in-law to four sisters who have been trying to kill him in […]

The Out-Laws (aka Clan) DVD Review